Lisa Joyner Famous for covering entertainment news for Los Angeles’ KCBS-TV and KTTV stations. Also, she is notable for her work on the TV Guide Network. Well, she is a popular TV host, and best known for hosting TLC’s most popular show, Long Lost Family.
Lisa Joyner was born on born on December 31, 1966, in San Diego, California, the U.S. As of 2019, she is 52 years old. Her birth sign is Capricorn which defines her personality as faithful, and self-controlled, who is incredibly practical and resourceful. She is an adopted child and has also adopted other 18 children. In her 30s she started searching for her biological family and found them.
Lisa Joyner is happily married to TV director and American actor, Jon Cryer. The pair tied the knot in June 2007 in Mexico at an intimate ceremony in the presence of their close ones and family members.
In February, Cryer announced that he would marry her on an episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. The couple adopted a baby girl in 2009, named Daisy. Currently, the family lives in Los Angeles, California.
Prior marrying to Joyner, Cryer was already married to British actress Sarah Trigger in 1999, with whom he has a son named Charlie Austin. But they parted their ways in 2004 due to some personal issue.
Lisa Joyner has reported on celebrity news in the Los Angeles area for KTTV and KCBS-TV. She hosted the US version of Find My Family on the ABC network along with Tim Green, in 2008. In March 2006, she started co-hosting Long Lost Family on TLC along with Chris Jacobs.
Taking about her earnings, Lisa Joyner’s net worth is estimated to be around $4 million. She earns more than $100k per episode. Similarly, her husband Jon Cryer is one of the successful TV and movie actors, having an estimated net worth of $65 million.