Sheila Rogers Bio,(Hal Willner’s Wife), Wiki, Biography, Age, Husband (Dead), Kids and Net Worth:- Sheila Rogers, an American columnist and television producer, known for her work in the field of music. Rogers wrote for Rolling Stone magazine and has been a producer for The Late Show with David Letterman, for which she shares 7 Emmy nominations and The Late Late Show with James Corden.
Sheila Rogers Husband Death
Rogers was also known for being the wife of the late Hal Willner who died on Tuesday 7th of March 2020 at age 64. According to Blake Zidell, a spokesperson for Willner, Willner had symptoms consistent with COVID-19 but had not been formally diagnosed which lead to his death, Zidell said.
Sheila Rogers Age
Details about Rogers’ age or date of birth are not known. This information will be updated a soon as its available. Sheila Rogers Bio
Sheila Rogers Husband
Rogers was married to Hal Willner, who was a Saturday Night Live music producer and together they are parents of their son born in November 2004.
Sheila Rogers Net Worth
Rogers has an approximated net worth of between $10K-$100K U.S dollars.
Sheila Rogers Career
As a Writer
Rogers started her career in 1986 as a writer for Rolling Stone as its Random Notes columnist. Later, she branched out into special feature articles including interviews with the Rolling Stones, the Eagles, Billy Idol, and Bonnie Raitt. She occasionally reviewed concerts,> and the Grammys for Rolling Stone.
In 1991, Rogers became a talent scout for Late Night with David Letterman and her first day was depicted in a remote that aired in the show. She continued through The Late Show with David Letterman, where she also became a supervising producer. Sheila Rogers Bio
Rogers also became executive producer for the Live on Letterman concert series, and co-produced the first and only Live on Letterman music CD, featuring various popular artists’ live performance material including that of Aretha Franklin, Elvis Costello, Jerry Garcia, and Sheryl Crow.
After the announcement of David Letterman’s retirement in 2014, CBS announced that Rogers would be the new supervising producer for The Late Late Show with James Corden debuting in 2015.