crossorigin="anonymous"> Audrey Kuchen Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, Fox61

Audrey Kuchen Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, Fox61

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Audrey Kuchen Biography

Audrey Kuchen is an American TV news reporter currently serving at Fox61 in Hartford, Connecticut. Before, Audrey served on numerous panels during televised U.S. state gubernatorial and Senate debates. Furthermore, Audrey was voted the “Favorite Television Personality” by the MailTribune as well as “Best Local TV Personality” by the Southern Oregon Magazine’s Reader’s Choice Awards.

Audrey Kuchen Age

She was born on 18th March 1983, in Bradford, Connecticut, in the United States of America. She is 37years old.

Audrey Kuchen Height

She is a woman of average stature. Audrey stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches ( Approx1.7 m).

Audrey Kuchen Family

She was born in Bradford and brought up by her father and mother in Madison, Connecticut. Audrey has however not so far disclosed any details in regard to her parents or siblings if she has any.

Audrey Kuchen Education

Audrey joined Daniel Hand High School. She proceeded further and graduated with a degree in media arts and journalism from Arizona University.

Audrey Kuchen Husband

Audrey is happily married to her beloved husband named Andy Foley. The two have two young kids called Johnny and Piper. The family resides on the Connecticut shoreline.

Audrey Kuchen Salary

He receives a satisfactory salary of $80,000 per year. This is according to Fox News anchors’ salaries.

Audrey Kuchen Net Worth

Audrey Kuchen has amassed a decent wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $2million.

Audrey Kuchen Career

Audrey joined the station in 2010. She has served on Monday to Friday, anchoring the FOX61 News at 5, 10, and 11 p.m respectively, together with Brent Hardin and Lorenzo Hall. Audrey joined FOX61 from Southern Oregon, where she served as the main anchor for KOBI NBC-5 and KMVU-TV Fox 26. While in Southern Oregon, Audrey worked for “Smart Choices Healthy Lives” as the spokesperson.

 She also served on many panels during state gubernatorial and televised U.S. Senate debates. Audrey worked as an anchor and producer of  KMVU-TV’s FOX 26 First At Ten newscast at 10 pm and as a co-anchor on KOBI-TV’s NBC 5 News at 6 pm with Christina Anderson up to July 2010. At the state Senate based in Phoenix, Audrey worked as a political journalist, covering ground highlighting anti-bullying laws in schools. She worked as a reporter for the HomeTown NewsNetwork, in the City by the Bay, reporting on everything from San Francisco nightlife to local government, sports, and art.

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