Bernard Shaw was an American journalist and lead news anchor for CNN from 1980 until his retirement in March 2001.
Shaw was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Edgar Shaw, a railroad employee and house painter, and Camilla (Murphy) Shaw, a housekeeper.
He attended the University of Illinois at Chicago from 1963 to 1968.
He served in the U.S. Marine Corps, including stints in Hawaii and at Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina, where in 1962 he was a “Message Center” specialist, achieving the rank of Corporal, E-4.
He exhibited a passionate interest in the print media, clipping articles from newspapers, and often traveled on weekends to Washington, D.C.
He cultivated an acquaintance with Walter Cronkite and had an interest in baseball.
Bernard Shaw journalist wife: Who is Linda Allston?
Is Bernard married? Who is his wife?
Shaw was married to Linda Allston from March 30, 1974, until his death.
Linda was a creative individual and designed and sold fashion clothing under the “Imagination By Pounds” label.
She loved to crochet and sew.
They had two children, Amar Edgar and Anil Louise.
Linda Allston has not mentioned anything about her personal life to the public.