This is what you need to know about Anna Kooiman, an American News anchor, and television panelist, currently working for Australia’s Network Ten. Before joining Network 10 News, Kooiman served as a news anchor and reporter for Fox News based in New York City from 2011 to 2016.
Anna Kooiman Age
Kooiman was born on 7 February 1984 in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States. She is 36 years old as of 2020. She also celebrates her birthday on 7 February every year.
Anna Kooiman Height
Kooiman stands at an avarage height of 1.75m.
Anna Kooiman Family
Kooiman is a wife to Tim Stuckey and parents to Jeremy Stuckey. she was born to her parents Susan Kooiman and her father wally Kooiman.
Anna Kooiman Husband
Is anna kooiman still married? Kooiman is happily married to her husband Tim Stuckey since July 31, 2015, at Manhattan’s Central Park Loeb Boathouse. She announced her engagement on her Facebook page on February 8, 2015. The couple has been blessed with a son.
Anna Kooiman New Baby
Kooiman gave birth to a son in January 22 2018. Her son is called Jeremy Stuckey.
Anna Kooiman Salary
Kooiman receives an annual average salary of USD 3.5 million.
Anna Kooiman Net Worth
Kooiman has an estimated Net Worth of US USD 4 million. Her career as a News anchor is her primary source of income.
Anna Kooiman Career
Kooiman is an American News anchor, and television panelist, currently working for Australia’s Network Ten. Before joining Network 10 News, Kooiman served as a news anchor and reporter for Fox News based in New York City from 2011 to 2016.
After graduation, she continued her work as a reporter, anchor, and video journalist for WWAY in Wilmington, North Carolina in 2005. In January 2007 Kooiman moved to Toledo, Ohio, and began working for the local NBC affiliate, WNWO, as morning anchor and reporter. While there, she served as a franchise reporter for a partnership with U.S. Marshals that helped catch over 100 fugitives.
In May 2008, Kooiman moved back to Charlotte, North Carolina, to work as an anchor/reporter/host for Fox News Rising, a four-hour news and entertainment morning show on the then-FOX affiliate WCCB (as of 2013, WCCB became a CW-affiliated network). While at WCCB-TV, she reported on local news stories, entertainment, weather, and traffic.