Cher Calvin

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Cher Calvin
Born New York City, New York
Education New York University
Occupation News presenter
Employer KTLA-TV Ch. 5 2005 - present
Awards 2 Golden Mike Awards
4 Emmy Award

Cher Calvin is a news presenter for KTLA television in Los Angeles.[1]


Calvin is the daughter of the former actor Roger Calvin.[2] She started with KTLA in January 2005. She was a former news presenter of Studio 23's News Central and one of the hosts of the fashion magazine show F on ABS-CBN.[1]

Calvin came to KTLA from KVVU-TV Fox 5 in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she was a presenter for Fox 5 News This Morning, taking from Sharon Tay. Calvin has 4 Emmy awards and two Golden Mike awards at KTLA.

She has participated in The Vagina Monologues to help stop violence against women around the world for the Center for the Pacific Asian Family.[1]

She made an appearance on The Closer as herself with KTLA.

She is a New York University graduate with a BA in broadcast journalism and a minor in political science.[1]


Calvin is Filipino American. She speaks English and Tagalog, and participates in many Filipino, Asian community and KTLA-sponsored public community events including the annual Lotus Festival in Echo Park.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e "Cher Calvin". Retrieved 15 March 2015. [non-primary source needed]
  2. ^ Lo, Ricardo (May 28, 2009). "Cher still very much part of KTLA TV". The Philippine Star. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 

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