C.C. Dyer also known as Cynthia Cruickshank Dyer is the ex-wife of Geraldo Rivera. C.C. Dyer’s husband is an American journalist, attorney, author, and political commentator who worked at the Fox News Channel from 2001 to 2023. He is known for hosting the tabloid talk show Geraldo from 1987 to 1998. He gained publicity with the live 1986 TV special The Mystery of Al Capone’s Vaults.
C. Dyer: Bio Summary
|Geraldo Rivera ex-wife
|Simone Cruickshank Rivera and Isabella Holmes Rivera
How Old Is C.C. Dyer?
As said earlier, C.C. Dyer has limited information about herself online. Her actual date of birth and age as of 2022 is unknown. However, her previous husband, Geraldo Rivera was born on July 4, 1943, in New York City, U.S. He is at the age of 78 years as of 2022.
C.C. Dyer And Geraldo Rivera’s Relationship
Dyer was married to Geraldo Rivera on July 11, 1987, in a beautiful wedding ceremony in the presence of their friends, families, and loved ones. The couple’s marriage was also blessed with two children- Simone Cruickshank Rivera and Isabella Holmes Rivera.
Their children are daughter Isabella Holmes who was born in the year 1992 and daughter Simone Cruickshank also born in the year 1994. The couple made six other attempts at having children through IVF but it ended in miscarriage. Though they planned to spend the rest of their lives together, things didn’t go as planned. They got separated in the year 2000. The reason behind their divorce has not been made known to the public.
Who Is Geraldo Rivera, C.C. Dyer’s Former Husband?
C. C Dyer was previously married to Geraldo Rivera. Geraldo is a renowned journalist, TV host, attorney, author, and political commentator who hosted the tabloid talk show Geraldo from 1987 to 1998. He was best known for being a reporter and TV host who loves to include himself in stories.
He earned a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University and received a Juris Doctorate from Brooklyn Law School. He became successful in the field of journalism following his work as an attorney for Puerto Rican activists in New York which led to television interviews.
C. C Dyer’s previous husband was a reporter for WABC-TV in New York. He worked on both Good Morning America and 20/20. He was still working with ABC until 1985. He got himself fired after criticizing ABC News president Roone Arledge for refusing to air a colleague’s story on the relationship between U.S. Pres. John F. Kennedy and actress Marilyn Monroe. He produced a two-hour live syndicated special, The Mystery of Al Capone’s Vault.
He also signed with CNBC (Consumer News and Business Channel) to do Rivera Live and became a reporter for NBC (National Broadcasting Co.).
C. C Dyer’s ex-husband also appeared in some films. His acting appearances The Bonfire of the Vanities (1988) and Natural Born Killers (1994). He was also a writer who wrote the autobiographies Exposing Myself (1992) and The Geraldo Show (2018).
He wrote books, including The Great Progression: How Hispanics Will Lead America to a New Era of Prosperity (2009). He won a Peabody Award for a story on the abuse of patients at Willowbrook State School, a New York institution for the mentally ill. He is a Republican as well. He has been married five times to Linda Coblentz, Edith Vonnegut, Sherryl Raymond, C.C. Dyer, and Erica Michelle Levy. His children are five.