Willow Bay, Bob Iger’s Wife, Bio, Age, Children, Huffington Post

By | April 23, 2021

Willow Bay Biography

Willow Bay an American a journalist, author, editor, former model from the United States of America. She is also known as the wife of Robert Allen Iger, the 6th and former CEO of Disney. As of 2017 she served as the Dean of USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, a position she ascended to after previously serving as the Director of the same.

She has aserved for the following media outlets; for the Bloomberg Television as a Special Correspondent and for the Huffington Post as a Senior Editor.

Willow Bay Age

Bay was born in New York City, New York, U.S. in 1963 as Kristine Carlin Bay.

Willow Bay Career

Before journalism, Bay was on fashion runways as a fashion model and was represented by the international modeling agency, Ford Models. Between 1983 and 1989, Bay was a spokesperson for Estée Lauder cosmetics.

She put a hold on the fashion world and decided to join journalism. First, she was an NBC correspondent on the Todays Show.

Willow Bay Net Worth

Willow estimated net worth is under review.

Willow Bay’s Husband

Ms. Bay is married to the 6th and former CEO of Walt Disney, Bob Iger (Robert Allen Iger). Her husband stepped down from his position as CEO of Disney on February 26, 2020 but remains the Chairman of the company until 2021.

The duo have been married as of 1995 and have two children together, both sons. Her husbad was preiously married, before tying the knot in 1995 with Bay, and from that marriage, he has two other children. They are both Bay’s step-daughters, making it a family of four Iger children.

Willow Bay’s Family

Willow has not shared any information of her parents and family with the public. We will update this section as soon as she shares with the public.

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