Chuck Scarborough Biography
Chuck Scarborough is a well-known American journalist, author, and narrator currently working as the lead news anchor at WNBC, where he anchors the newscasts every weeknight at 6 pm. He has served as the lead news anchor at the station since the year 1974. Previously, he served in the United States Air Force and he holds a commercial pilot certificate. Chuck kicked off his journalism career in Mississippi where he worked at WLOX-TV located in Biloxi as a reporter. Later on, he left the station and joined WDAM-TV located in Laurel.
Chuck Scarborough Age
He was born on 4th November 1943, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States of America. He is 78 years old.
Chuck Scarborough Height
Chuck is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7m).
Chuck Scarborough Family
Chuck Scarborough Education
Chuck Scarborough Wife
Chuck has been married thrice. His first marriage was to his ex-wives named Linda Gross and Anne Ford. As of now, he is hitched to his third wife named Ellen Word and they are blessed with two children called Chad and Elizabeth. The family is currently living in Stamford, Connecticut.
Chuck Scarborough Salary
Scarborough earns an average salary of $500,000 per year.
Chuck Scarborough’s Net Worth
Chuck Scarborough has amassed a lot of wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Chuck Scarborough Career
Chuck’s first major market anchoring job was at WNAC-TV located in Boston in 1972. Chuck was employed as part of a two-man anchor team and later on made the solo anchor of the station’s news broadcasts. Chuck ended the newscast with a commentary in his final broadcast at WNAC-TV. Chuck joined NBC News in March 1974 working as the sole anchor of WNBC-TV’s News 4, New York.
Ultimately, Chuck got promoted and became the lead anchor at 6 pm and 11 pm. He became the unofficial “dean” of New York-area TV news anchors in 2013, by then, WABC-TV anchor Bill Beutel retired after almost 4 decades of service. Chuck exceeded Beutel as New York’s most skilled English-language news anchor in 2011. Five years later, he replaced Rafael Pineda of Spanish-language WXTV as the longest-serving anchor in New York TV history. In his first 2 decades with NBC, he mostly appeared as an NBC News correspondent on the network and regularly anchored the network’s prime-time news updates.
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