Jamie Colby and her ex-husband, Marc K. Wallack, were divorced in 2011. The couple have one child and also co-authored a book together called "Back to Life After a Heart Crisis: A Doctor and His Wife Share Their 8-Step Cardiac Comeback Plan."
As of February 2015, Jamie Colby is a co-anchor on "America's News Headquarters," broadcast by the Fox News Channel. Colby began working for Fox in 2003, after holding news positions with CNN and CBS. Colby has received several awards for her reporting, including the National Edward R. Murrow Award which she received for her reporting on the September 11 terrorist attacks. She also received the Gracie Allen Award and the Clarion Award from the Association for Women in Communications.
Colby is a licensed attorney, as she received a law degree before she started her journalism career. She worked in a private practice. She also earned a bachelor's degree in accounting and is a former law professor.
Her ex-husband, Marc K. Wallack, has been the Chief of Surgery at multiple hospitals. Her father, Marty Colby, worked for an advertising company while Colby was growing up, which inspired her to begin a journalism career. Her brother, Jonathan T. Colby, is a judge.