Al Terzi Biography
Al Terzi is a preeminent American news anchor (majoring in politics). As of now, he serves at WTIC-TV, the Fox61 station based in Hartford, and is contemplated “the Dean of Connecticut news anchors.” He has earned two Emmy awards since his comeback to WTIC-TV. At first, Al received a series of specials on the UConn Huskies basketball team and later received the “Best Newscast” award. Moreover, Al is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Al Terzi Age
Al Terzi was born in 1948 in Hartford, CT, United States of America. He is 74 years old. Nevertheless, his exact date and month of birth are currently not available.
Al Terzi Height
Al is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7m).
Al Terzi Family
Despite being a public figure, Al has remained reserved about his family and siblings. Nonetheless, this segment shall be updated as soon as the exact information from a reliable source is available.
Al Terzi Education
Al Terzi Wife
Al is happily married to a charming woman known as Carolyn. The pair is presently residing in Middletown. Al and his beloved wife Carolyn share two handsome sons named Michael J. Terzi and Tony Terzi, who is presently serving at FOX 61, CT as a news reporter.
Al Terzi Salary
He earns a decent salary of $50,000 – $100,000 per annum.
Al Terzi Net Worth
Al Terzi has amassed a decent wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Al Terzi Career
Al debuted his career at WTIC/WTIC-FM/WTIC-TV in June 1968 where he served as a staff announcer. He remained a talk show host and newscaster even after Washington Post bought the station in the year 1973. Al was the original host when a one-hour daily talk show, New England Journal started in 1974. He was promoted from a news co-anchor to News Anchor, and later News Director, at WPEC-TV12 (ABC) based in West Palm Beach, Florida.
He was serving as a prime anchor at WTNH-TV8 (ABC) in New Haven, CT from April 1980 to January 1994, prior to returning to Channel 3. Later on, Al’s colleague Janet Peckinpaugh grumbled about sexual harassment while serving at WTNH alongside Al. As a result, Janet was sacked from WFSB but sued the WFSB boss. Janet was paid some million dollars after the court made allegations against Al. They later settled their affairs out of court.