Amanda Castro is a famous American journalist. Castrol now works as an anchor at News 6 ( CBS Affiliate). She realized that she wanted to be a reporter when she was in the fifth grade. That year, she was rewarded with her school district’s “Best Co-Anchor” award and that inspired her to pursue journalism as a career. Whenever she is not working, she loves to read as she is a big Harry Potter fan.
Amanda Castro Age
Amanda Castro was born in the United States. Although she has not shared her exact date of birth, she seems to be around 32 years old just judging from her appearance.
Amanda Castro Height
She is a woman of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (approximately 1.6 meters).
Amanda Castro Family
Castrol was born to her dad and mum in the United States. Nevertheless, she has always maintained a very low key regarding her parents and siblings. Their data is still below the radar.
Amanda Castro Husband
Castrol wedded her husband Michael Castro. The two are happy parents to their son Andrew. Andrew was born on Jun 26, 2019, and he commemorated his first birthday on Jun 26, 2020. The family lives together with their rescue cat called Lily.
Amanda Castro Education
Castrol is no stranger to the Sunshine State. She grew up in Lakeland. She also schooled and graduated from the University of Central Florida in 2012.
Amanda Castro Salary
Castro receives an annual salary of $69,468. This is according to News 6 anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Amanda Castro’s Net Worth
Castro has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million-$5 Million US dollars.
Amanda Castro Career
Castrol became part of the News 6 team in Nov 2015. She was then promoted to become the Weekend Morning Anchor in Apr 2016. Three months following graduation, she moved to the “Song and Soul of the South” to work as a report and anchor for the NBC affiliate located in Macon, Georgia, WMGT. She served there for three years. During that time, she covered many important stories for the community.
While serving in Macon, she won the Georgia Association of Broadcasters GABBY Merit Award for “Best On-Air Personality.” Furthermore, she was selected as a member of the inaugural “30 Under 30” class for the UCF Alumni Association. She worked as a reporter and web producer for FM 96.5 News/Talk WDBO. While still there, she reported on the Casey Anthony murder trial and the Trayvon Martin shooting death.