Angelica Thornton Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, KATU, News
Angelica Thornton Biography
Angelica Thornton is an American News anchor currently working for KATU News This Morning from 4;30 a.m, to 7 am. She previously worked as a reporter for WCVB News in Boston.
Angelica Thornton Age
Thornton has not shared details about her exact age, and birthday information about his age will be updated soon.
Angelica Thornton Height
She has not disclosed any more information about her exact height.
Angelica Thornton Family
She has also not revealed her parent’s and siblings’ identities however it will be updated as soon as there is information.
Angelica Thornton Husband
Thornton has not disclosed any information about her relationship however it will be updated. She has not revealed if she has kids hence it will be updated.
Angelica Thornton Education
Thornton attended and graduated from Emerson College in Boston.
Angelica Thornton Salary
She receives an annual salary of $ 66,785 per year according to KATU News anchors and reporters’ salaries.
Angelica Thornton’s Net Worth
Allison has an estimated net worth of between $ 1 Million – $ 5 Million.
Angelica Thornton Career
Thornton is an American News anchor currently working for KATU News This Morning from 4;30 a.m, to 7 am. She previously worked as a reporter for WCVB News in Boston. She began her career in Missoula, Montana as an anchor and reporter at KECI.
While working for WCVB News, she covered news and was a feature reporter for the weekly sports show, Patriots All Access. She also worked for WFXT in Boston from 20003 – 2006.
She also reported live from the 2004 Democratic National Convention, the Super Bowl, the Red Sox’s memorable run to The 2004 World Series, and the historic gay marriage vote in Massachusetts.
She was also a fill-in News anchor for WNCN News in Raleigh, North Carolina from 1999 – 3003. In addition, she also covered the opening of the tobacco markets experiencing major hurricanes, including Hurricane Floyd, the Category 4 storm on the Eastern Seaboard in 1999. She has also reported live from North Carolina’s military bases during the start of the Iraq War.