Clare Huddleston Biography
Clare Huddleston is a well-renowned American journalist currently serving as an anchor and reporter for WBRC FOX6 News. Clare anchors for the station’s, Good Day Alabama. During her time in her broadcast profession, she has won top honors from the Associated Press including Best News Anchor, Best Sports Story, Best Spot News Story, and Best Sports Feature. Prior to joining FOX6 in October 2011, she was serving in Tuscaloosa.
Clare Huddleston Age
Clare Huddleston was born on June 10, in the United States of America. Nonetheless, Clare has been silent about her exact year of birth and has managed to keep it undisclosed to the public eye. She is around 43 years old.
Clare Huddleston Height
Clare is a woman of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.73m).
Clare Huddleston Family
Clare Huddleston was born in the United States of America to her mother, Taella Stewart, and her father Tom Stewart. Clare has a sister called Betsy Stewart.
Clare Huddleston Education
Clare graduated with magna cum laude in Telecommunications, Film, and Spanish from the University of Alabama. While schooling in Alabama, she served as a reporter, anchor, and producer in a local station, WVUA-TV.
Clare Huddleston Husband
Clare is happily married to her lovely husband called John Huddleston, a former multimedia journalist, news reporter, and fill-in -anchor for WBRC. The two tied the knot on April 2, 2011, and celebrated eight years of marriage in 2019. The two are proud parents of three kids Anna Clare, Libby, and Drew. The family stays in Alabama.
Clare Huddleston Salary
She earns a satisfactory salary of $78,5000 annually. This is according to WBRC anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Clare Huddleston’s Net Worth
Clare Huddleston has amassed a decent amount of wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Clare Huddleston Career
As of now, she works for WBRC FOX6 News as an anchor and reporter. Clare anchors for the station’s, Good Day Alabama. Prior to joining FOX6 in October 2011, she worked in Tuscaloosa for 10 years. While schooling in Alabama, she served as a reporter, anchor, and producer on a local station, WVUA-TV. After graduating, she landed a full-time job at WVUA-TV, where she served as a reporter and anchor.
While serving in Tuscaloosa, Clare covered Hurricanes Ivan and Katrina, the hiring of Alabama football coach Nick Saban, the tornado outbreak on April 27, 2011, and the trial of convicted Fayette County cop killer Devin Moore. During her time in her broadcast profession, she has won top honors from the Associated Press including Best News Anchor, Best Sports Story, Best Spot News Story, and Best Sports Feature. Furthermore, Clare works for Alpha Chi Omega as a volunteer.