Felicia Taylor

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Felicia Taylor
Born (1964-08-28) August 28, 1964 (age 54)
Spouse(s)Charles Beall Schuster (1995–?; divorced)
Parent(s)Rod Taylor
Mary Hilem
FamilyArthur Rubloff (stepfather)

Felicia Rodrica Sturt Taylor (born August 28, 1964) is a retired anchor-correspondent formerly for CNN International's World Business Today having contributed to the Business Updates unit for CNN. She was the co-host of Retirement Living TV's Daily Cafe until November 2009.


She is the daughter of Australian-born actor Rod Taylor,[1] and his former wife, fashion model Mary Hilem.[2] After her parents divorced, her mother married Chicago real estate developer Arthur Rubloff who adopted Felicia.[1][3] In 1986, Rubloff died and her mother remarried to Florida real estate developer Lewis M. Schott in 1994.[1][4][5] Her stepsister, Victoria (née Schott) de Rothschild, is the second and former wife of British financier Sir Evelyn de Rothschild. A graduate (BA) of Northwestern University, Taylor was a business news anchor and a correspondent for CNBC. Prior to CNBC, she was weekend anchor on WNBC-TV in New York. She joined WNBC in 1998 and left in September 2006. Before WNBC, Taylor worked at the Financial News Network, Financial Times TV in London.

Personal life[edit]

On March 25, 1995, Taylor married Charles Beall Schuster, a bond salesman.[1] They have since divorced.


  1. ^ a b c d "WEDDINGS; Mary H. Rubloff, Lewis M. Schott". The New York Times. September 4, 1994.
  2. ^ Washington Life Magazine: May 2005: Around Town
  3. ^ "You know what they say. The rich are different from you and me. And the very rich are very different. How different? We wanted to know, so we spent the day with Mary Rubloff, the widow of Chicago developer and philanthropist Arthur Rubloff, who died in 1986". The Palm Beach Post. January 10, 1990. Felicia's father was actor Rod Taylor. Rubloff had met him on a blind date while living in California, but the marriage only lasted a few years. When she married Arthur Rubloff (whom she also met on a blind date) in 1980, Rubloff adopted Felicia.
  4. ^ "Lewis Schott". The New York Times. February 26, 2017.
  5. ^ "Mary Schott". Palm Beach Post. March 10, 2009.