Frank Figliuzzi Biography
Frank Figliuzzi (Full name Cesare Frank Figliuzzi Jr) is an American former assistant director and the former government executive for counterintelligence at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He is currently working for NBC and MSNBC News as a frequent national security contributor. Prior to that, he worked as the special agent in charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Cleveland Division. Additionally, the division includes all of the major cities of Cleveland, northern Ohio, Youngstown, Toledo, Canton, and Akron.
Frank Figliuzzi Age
Frank Figliuzzi was born on 12th September 1962, in the United States of America. He is 59 years old.
Frank Figliuzzi Height
Frank is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 6 feet 3 inches (approx. 1.91 m).
Frank Figliuzzi Family
Frank Figliuzzi was born to his mother Anna and his father Cesare Frank Figliuzzi in the United States of America. Additionally, Frank was raised alongside his brother called David Figliuzzi.
Frank Figliuzzi Education
He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Fairfield University in 1984. Later on, he attended the University of Connecticut Law School and graduated with an honors law degree in 1987.
Frank Figliuzzi Wife
Frank is gladly married to his stunning and caring wife called Coleen Figliuzzi. She is an experienced Nurse Consultant in Family and Patient Education, Clinical Administration, and School Health. Furthermore, the duo shares two grown-up children, Andrew Joseph Figliuzzi and Adam Figliuzzi. Moreover, Frank has a granddaughter named Elenora.
Frank Figliuzzi Salary
He receives a decent salary of $89,603 per year. This is according to NBC News National Security Contributors’ salaries.
Frank Figliuzzi Net Worth
Frank Figliuzzi has stockpiled a decent salary fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Frank Figliuzzi Career
Currently, he works for NBC News as the NBC News National Security Contributor in the United States. From November 2017 to April 2019, he worked for ETS Global Risk Management in Boston as a Chief Operating Officer. Before joining NBC News in November 2017, Frank worked for The General Electric Company in Fairfield, Connecticut as Director of Corporate Investigations and Assistant Chief Security Officer.
From August 1987 to August 2012, he also worked as an Assistant Director for the FBI. While serving there, Frank led all the FBI counterintelligence investigations worldwide across the United States government. Furthermore, he led the resolution of the Toledo terror plot in Florida, Ohio, and Toledo site of the nation’s first anthrax murder.