Shaun Robinson is a famous entertainment reporter who rose to fame after joining Access Hollywood. She has interviewed hundreds of celebrities and covered the red carpet for the Academy Awards, Golden Globes, Emmy’s and Grammy’s. She was also awarded Associated Press Award as the weekend anchor in WISN TV and Radio & Television Award for her excellent performance in series “Profiles in Power.”
Shaun Robinson was born on 11th July 1962 and spent her childhood in the city of Detroit, Michigan, USA. Later, she moved to Atlanta, Georgia and earned a degree from Spelman College.
After completion of her studies, Shaun started broadcasting with Detroit, Michigan’s WGPR-TV62 station.
Shaun's journey started from WGPR-TV (now WWJ-TV). While working with Miami’s WSVN-TV, she covered the Bill Clinton impeachment proceedings and Oklahoma City bombing.
Later she worked as a medical reporter in the same TV channel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The TV series on women and cancer gained her fame and also won an Associated Press Award.
In 1995, she joined newly formed KEYE-TV in Austin, Texas. The TV show was focused on women who made an impact in Central Texas, which helped her earn an American Woman in Radio and Television Award.
She is also a host of the daily talk show Milwaukee’s Talking, NBC coverage of The Tournament of Roses Parade. For 16 years she worked with Access Hollywood (from 1999-2015).
Moreover, Robinson has appeared as a guest on a celebrity edition episode of the game “Don’t Forget the Lyric.” She won $10,000 playing the game which she donated to Girls, Inc. She also owns One Girl, One Voice organization which supports teenage girls across the country.
Shaun Robinson got married to Darryl Hamilton, professional basketball player outfielder in 1994. Later, the couple divorced. They didn't have any children together.
According to the reports, Shaun is possibly single and enjoying her single life.
Shaun has successfully collected an estimated net worth of $2 million from her career in anchoring and hosting different shows.