Who is Jon Cryer wife Lisa Joyner? Her adopted daughter, affair, facts.

Lisa Joyner shares a passion for reuniting families. An adopted kid herself, Lisa is known for co-hosting TLC show “Long Lost Family” with Chris Jacobs. She rose to fame following her works as a reporter for Fox News as well as for being a host on the TV Guide Network. On the other end, Lisa is known for her marriage to the popular actor, Jon Cryer. Jon is well known for his works in the comedy sitcom, Two and A Half Men. In this article, we will take a closer look at the wiki bio of Lisa Joyner. 

Early Life:

Lisa Marie Joyner was born on the 31st of December 1966, in San Diego, California. Born and raised in San Diego, Lisa was adopted when she was young and there is no information on her biological parents. While she did track them down when she turned 30, Lisa never talked about the experience. Apart from a few bits and pieces here and there, little is known about Lisa’s early life and the reporter has preferred to keep it that way.

Jon Cryer wife Lisa Joyner

Professional Career & Net Worth:

Lisa began her professional career as a sports intern for KNBC-TV in Los Angeles. She later moved to Texas and started working as a reporter, weekend anchor, editor, and producer in Laredo, Texas. Having developed all the necessary skills to make it as a reporter, Lisa began hosting the early morning in Harlingen, Texas. Lisa returned to Los Angeles, with eyes on the big fish of the broadcasting world. She started working for KCBS-TV and KTTV-TV and later went on to host “InFANity” for the TV Guide Network. As of 2020, Lisa Joyner net worth is recorded at USD $14

 Finding the right homes:

As an adopted kid herself, Lisa was always interested in finding the right homes for other kids. So, she began working with the ABC network and starred on the show, Find My Family. In 2016, Lisa began co-hosting the show Long Lost Family, alongside Chris Jacobs. Talking about the experience of working on Long Lost Family, Lisa revealed,

“Doing [Long Lost Family] has been kinda cathartic for me. I’ve been championing it for a long time because I myself was adopted and I went through my personal journey to find my biological parents. And when I did that, I realized that every person has a story, you just have to know the right questions to ask. And when I found them, I realized what an empowering feeling that was for me to personally go on that journey.”

A champion for adoption, Lisa has been helping families around the world to find the right family. She wants everyone to be heard and to find the closure that comes with adoption. 

Other works

Apart from her work as a reporter, Lisa has also made a few appearances in a few movies including, Bounce, America’s Sweethearts, and xXx: State of the Union. 

Marriage & Children:

Lisa has been married to star actor Jon Cryer since 2007. The pair met after Jon’s divorce to British actress Sarah Trigger. After being in a relationship for quite a while Jon announced that he was going to marry Lisa on a February 2007 episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. True to his words, the pair tied the knot on 16th June 2007. The couple celebrated the marriage ceremony at the Chapel at Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

In the time together as a married couple, Lisa and Jon do not have biological children of theirs. However, they were quick to adopt one. After two years of marriage, they adopted baby girl Daisy Cryer, just after her birth on August 11, 2009. Lisa is also mother to stepson Charlie Austin from Jon’s first marriage to Sarah.

Wiki/Bio Facts:

NameLisa Marie Joyner
BirthdateDecember 31, 1966
BirthplaceSan Diego, California, United States
NationalityAmerican
ParentsNot Available
SexualityStraight
ProfessionTelevision Personality, Tv show host, Entertainment Reporter
Net Worth$14M
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseJon Cryer (m.2007)
ChildrenDaisy Cryer (adopted)
ZodiacCapricorn

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