Anita-Vogel
Anita Vogel | Biography

Quick Wiki

  • Full Name Anita Vogel
  • Occupation Reporter, Anchor, Correspondent
  • Nationality American
  • Birthplace Tarzana, California, USA
  • Birth Date Nov 24, 1969
  • Age 52 Years, 5 Months
Award-winning News Reporter and Fill-in Anchor for FOX News Channel

Anita Vogel | Biography

Former reporter at NBC affiliate (NBC 12) WTLV-TV

In 2001, Vogel landed a job in Fox News Channel as a correspondent and backup anchor. She has covered an extensive range of stories for Fox News, including the torching of an explosive-packed home in Escondido, the 2012 Aurora movie theater shooting, and a variety of consumer interest stories. Vogel also covered the Mexican presidential elections in 2006 from Mexico City, and when Hurricane Katrina hit the region, she reported live from New Orleans, LA.


Anita Vogel is a well-known journalist who works as a news reporter and fill-in anchor for FOX News Channel.

Who is Anita Vogel?

Anita Vogel is an award-winning American journalist who began her career as a desk-production assistant for This Week with David Brinkley at ABC Network News in 1992. She worked there for over one year before leaving in 1993 to work as a reporter and fill-in anchor for ABC affiliate (ABC 24) WJET-TV in Erie, PA.

Vogel then worked in the same role in 1995 for the NBC affiliate (NBC 12) WTLV-TV in Jacksonville, FL, for over three years. She left the media production in 1998 and went on to work for Hearst Television as a reporter and anchor.

In 2001, Vogel landed a job in Fox News Channel as a correspondent and backup anchor. She has covered an extensive range of stories for Fox News, including the torching of an explosive-packed home in Escondido, the 2012 Aurora movie theater shooting, and a variety of consumer interest stories. 

In addition, in 2008, she was granted interviews with former President Bill Clinton and the Dalai Lama. Vogel also covered the Mexican presidential elections in 2006 from Mexico City, and when Hurricane Katrina hit the region, she reported live from New Orleans, LA. As of 2021, she serves as a Los Angeles-based correspondent for the network and has co-hosted Fox News Live alongside Griff Jenkins.

Simultaneously, Vogel also served as a senior writer for Stringr. However, she only worked there for around one and a half years, from October 2019 to 2021. She also served as a journalist for Steve Hilton's Sunday night show, The Next Revolution, covering news, politics, and social trends.

Vogel has won many awards during her long career of over 20 years in Fox News, including a 'Golden Mike' award for 'Best Network Breaking News Coverage' for her interview with former US President Bill Clinton during the Nevada Caucuses.

Anita Vogel Co-hosting Fox News Live with Griff Jenkins in 2021
Anita Vogel co-hosting Fox News Live with Griff Jenkins in 2021 (Photo: Instagram)

In addition, Vogel also received an 'Edward R. Murrow' award, a 'Regional Emmy' award for 'Best Newscast,' and a 'Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters' award for 'Best Documentary.' 

Besides her journalism career, Vogel is both a voiceover artist and an actress. She has worked as a newscaster or field reporter in television series and movies as a member of SAG-AFTRA, most notably in the blockbuster TV show 9-1-1.

Early Bio, Education, and Family

Anita Vogel was born in Tarzana, California, USA, on 24 November 1969. She is of Eastern European ancestry on her father's side and Armenian origin on her mother's. However, Vogel considers herself primarily an American but publicly acknowledges her Armenian ancestry.

Vogel's mother's family background is now known as converted Armenians. This is because during and after the Ottoman Empire's Armenian Genocide, women and children were allowed to convert to Islam instead of getting executed. As a result, some were forced to convert despite their desire to remain, Christian, while others, such as Vogel's family, only converted symbolically. 

Vogel learned about the Armenian Genocide from her grandmother Sarah Bedrosian, also known by her maiden name Agzarian, 11 years old at the time.

Vogel graduated from Southern California University with degrees in broadcast journalism and political science (USC).

Husband 

Vogel is married to Mark Rozells, the CFO of Fairmont Raffles Swiss Hotels. The pair has one kid, a daughter named Evangeline. According to Vogel's Twitter bio, she is also a stepmother, but there is little information about it.

Fact-checking and Ethical Concerns

We assure our audience that we will remove any contents that are not accurate or according to formal reports and queries if they are justified. We commit to cover sensible issues responsibly through the principles of neutrality.

To report about any issues in our articles, please feel free to Contact Us. Our dedicated Editorial team verifies each of the articles published on the Biographyhost.