In 2006, The Sunday Times Rich List named Anne one of the UK richest media personalities. She is worth 112 million dollars.
In 2001 Anne published her autobiography, Memoirs of an Unfit Mother. In this book she discusses her former drinking problem.
Anne attended a Roman Catholic Girls School in Merseyside.
Anne divides her time between her house in Kensington and her home in the Cotswolds.
Anne's only daughter, Emma Wilson, is a talk show host.
Anne has 2 dogs Maudie and Sebastian, which are both English Setters.
Anne married, divorced, and remarried journalist John Penroe.
Anne was named one of People Magazine's "Breakthrough Stars of 2001."
Before breaking into show business Anne was a reporter for the Liverpool Daily Post before moving on to the London Daily Mirror and later the Daily Mail in the 1970s.
Anne also wears a Black Trench coat as her signature.
Anne is known for how she signs off on her shows. It always signs off at the end of her TV shows with a wink to camera.
Anne married John Penrose in 1980 and they are still married today.
Anne married Charlie Wilson in 1968 and they divorced in 1973. They had one child.
Anne stand's 5' 7" tall.
Anne's nickname in the business is The Queen of Mean.
Anne appeared in the TV show in 2001 titled The Weakest Link: Insults and Exits.
Anne played herself in the TV movie Death of Celebrity in 2005.
Anne was a guest panelist in the TV series The Wright Stuff.
Anne also starred in Loose Women in 2005.
Anne claimed she loved Ice-T's music and even had a crush on him!
Anne is infamous for her comments on BBC's Room 101 about the Welsh. She was even investigated by British police for alleged incitement to racial hatred.
Anne Robinson: You are the weakest link. Goodbye.
Anne Robinson: Whose brain should be on Where are they now?
Anne Robinson: Who takes 11/2 hours to watch 60 Minutes?
Anne Robinson: Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the dumbest of you all?
Anne Robinson: I saw George Bush at a benefit concert actually waving at Stevie Wonder. Someone had to tell him 'he can't see you'.
Anne: I knew I'd conquered America when Mike Tyson told me I was one mean lady.