Mostly Credited As: Jillian Barberie
Sometimes Credited As: Jillian Warry
Jillian Barberie Reynolds
Birth Name: Jillian Warry
Date Of Birth: September 26, 1966 (Age 48)
Country Of Birth: Canada
Birth Place: Burlington, Ontario
Height: 5' 3 ½" (1.61 m)
Jillian Barberie currently co-anchors, and does the weather, for the Emmy award-winning Good Day LA, seen weekdays on FOX 11 KTTV in Los Angeles.
Barberie joined Good Day LA in June 1995 after two years as chief weather anchor on the weeknight editions of the Emmy-winning FOX 11 10 O'clock News. Barberie joined FOX 11 in October 1993.
Since joining FOX 11, Barberie has provided live coverage of weather-related disasters in Southern California, including the 1998 El Nino storms. She provided live sport reports from around the Southland for FOX11 Overtime, FOX 11’s post-game show that followed the 1995 and 1996 NFL games.
Barberie’s talent beyond the Good Day LA has earned her special appearances on various television shows. She appeared on the national show, Good Day Live, along with fellow "GDLAers" Steve Edwards and Dorothy Lucey.
She also had a recurring role as “Foxy Levin” on V.I.P. with Pamela Anderson Lee... a role as a game show host in Clueless... a news reporter in Beverly Hills 90210, and appeared as herself in the series finale of Melrose Place. In June 2000, Barberie was a guest host on Live with Regis and Kathie Lee. In September 2000, she joined The NFL on FOX with Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long and James Brown.
Barberie joined FOX 11 from WSVN, the FOX station in Miami, Fla., where she had worked since February 1992 as the weeknight weather-caster on their 5,6 and 10PM newscasts. During 1992's devastating Hurricane Andrew, she provided live reports on the disaster for 48 hours straight. While there, Barberie also reported the weekly segments "7 Freestyle," about sports and entertainment, and "Express Yourself," concerning topical issues.
Prior to WSVN, Barberie worked for Canada's Weather Network as their weeknight weather-caster from September 1990 to February 1992. While there, she also filed reports on environmental issues and concerns.
Barberie graduated from Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology in Hamilton, Ontario (Canada) with a broadcast journalism degree.