Antoinette Biordi Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, News 12 Long Island
December 23, 2020
Antoinette Biordi Biography
This is what you need to know about Antoinette Biordi, an American Award-winning reporter currently working for News 12 Long Island since 1997.
Antoinette Biordi Age
She was born on March 2, 1974, in Brooklyn, New York, in the United States of America. Antoinette is 48 years old.
Antoinette Biordi Height
Antoinette stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in (approx. 1.67 m).
Antoinette Biordi Family
Biordi is a wife and a parent to a son. She has credited her family for their love and support however, there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Antoinette Biordi Husband
Biordi is happily married to an unknown husband. The couple is blessed with a son. Information about Biordi’s husband will be updated as soon as it’s available. She is living a blissful life with her husband, a son, and her dog Dottie.
Antoinette Biordi Salary
Biordi receives an annual average salary of $ 72,266. This is according to News 12 Long Island. News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Antoinette Biordi Net Worth
Biordi has an estimated Net Worth of $ 1 million dollars. Her career as a news anchor is her primary source of income.
Antoinette Biordi Career
She began her career as a one-man-band reporter, producing, shooting, writing, and editing daily stories for News Center 7 in Ithaca, NY. Then in 1998, she worked as a reporter/anchor for WETM (NBC) in Elmira, NY.
In 1999 Biordi worked at WNYT (NBC) in Albany, NY, and FOX 23 News in Albany. After 5 years in upstate New York, she jumped at the chance to be closer to home and began working as a freelance reporter at News 12 Long Island before working full time at News 12 Westchester in 2003.
She also worked on a series called “Wasted Youth” where she went undercover with police as they busted an underage drinking party. As the story progressed, undercover surveillance video discovered that several convenience stores were selling beer to underage kids. A year later she did a series called “Westchester Teens: Life in the Fast Lane” where she exposed parents who were hosting underage drinking parties for their own kids and their friends.