Peter Mansbridge divorce, married, wife, anchor, children

An English-born Canadian broadcaster, as well as a news anchor Peter Mansbridge, has married for three times and divorced twice. He was previously married to his first wife Parm Dhillon with whom he got divorced in 1975. After that, he married his second wife Wendy Mesley. They exchanged their vows in 1989 and remained together till their divorce in 1992. Later, he again married with his third and present wife Cynthia Dale in November 1998. Additionally, he also has one child, a son William, together with Cynthia. Besides, he also has two children, both daughters from his first marriage to Parm.

Peter Mansbridge is one among popular and most loved celebrities on the TV screen, whom we have been seeing daily. Some of us may also be the fan of him for a long period of time as well as may also want to gain more information which is related to him. Some of us may also have been getting information regarding Mansbridge’s personal and professional life from various gossip pages, newspaper as well as magazines. Now, let us get more familiar with the biography of him that has been obtained from various sources. He has now reached the age of 67 and he was born on 6th July of the year 1948. He is the native of London, England. He is of White ethnicity and belongs to Canadian nationality.

Peter Mansbridge has been active in this field since 1968 and it is sure that during this long period, he must have won multiple fans and followers in his career. Despite, it is very much important for all the celebrities to create a virtual image as well as goodwill nowadays days by getting interacted with their fans on various social medias. He has more than millions of the followers on his Facebook and Twitter accounts. He also has an account on the Instagram page and the link to his account is Additionally, Mansbridge also has got a page on various sites and his fans can view in those websites to know much more information related to his professional and personal news.

Peter is the son of Stanley Harry Mansbridge and Brenda Louise. He also has two siblings named as Wendy and Paul. Later, he along with his family moved to Ottawa, Ontario, Canada where he went to study at Glebe Collegiate Institute. But, he dropped out before getting graduated. In 1966 and 1967, he served in Royal Canadian Navy. Additionally, he also served as a ticket agent for the Transair at Churchill Airport. Later, he was discovered by Gaston Charpentier in 1968 when he heard Peter making flight announcement. He was then immediately hired as the host of CHFC’s late night music program. At present, he is the chief correspondent for CBS News as well as an anchor of The National.

The talented and popular anchor stands at the height of six feet and half an inch, that is, 1.84 m. During his career, Peter has won four Best Anchor Gemini Awards in 1988, 1989, 1993 and 1998. He is also the winner of Gordon Sinclair Award which he earned in 1990.

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