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 3 Golden Mike Awards
5Emmy 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 5 Emmy awards and 3 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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