Fred Shropshire Biography
Fred Shropshire is an American journalist currently serving as a news anchor specializing in breaking news and features at WCNC Charlotte. Fred can be seen anchoring the WCNC’s newscasts at 5 p.m, 6 p.m, and 11 p.m. Furthermore, Fred is always seen making a difference in the community and promoting the station events.
Fred Shropshire Age
Despite being a well-renowned journalist, Fred has not disclosed any information in regard to his date, year, and place of birth. However, we will update this section once the information regarding Fred’s age is within our reach.
Fred Shropshire Height
Fred is a man of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.73 m).
Fred Shropshire Family
Fred Shropshire Education
Shropshire graduated from UNC-Chappel Hill where he focused on Journalism.
Fred Shropshire Wife
Fred is happily married to his charming and lovely wife called Sheyenne Rodriguez who is a former news reporter at WTVD-TV. The duo met when Sheyenne served at WGN and after she relocated to Texas to serve as a midday news anchor, where Fred surprised Sheyenne with an on-air proposal. Fred and Sheyenne are blessed with three kids including Carolina and Ezra.
Fred Shropshire Salary
He pockets a decent salary of $70,895 annually. This is in accordance with WCNC news anchors’ salaries.
Fred Shropshire’s Net Worth
Fred Shropshire has accumulated a lot of wealth over the years he has served and has an approximated net worth ranging between $1 million to $5 million.
Fred Shropshire Charlotte
Currently, Fred works as a news anchor specializing in breaking news and features at WCNC Charlotte. Fred can be seen anchoring the WCNC’s newscasts at 5 p.m, 6 p.m, and 11 p.m. Furthermore, Fred is always seen making a difference in the community and promoting the station events. He anchored the confederate flag’s removal from the South Carolina State House and also covered the Charleston Church shooting.
Moreover, he has also anchored the station’s coverage of the Carolina Panthers Super Bowl 50 appearance from San Francisco and also the Keith Scott shooting. Fred debuted his journalism career at WTCI-TV in new Bern, North Carolina. He also served at WXII-TV in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and WGN-TV in Chicago. Prior to joining WCNC, Mike served at WTVD-TV, where he anchored the station’s newscasts at 4 p.m and 5:30 p.m.
Fred has chased several tropical storms such as Hurricane Ike when it made landfall in Galveston, Texas. Furthermore, he has also reported on major events including the Jena Six Rally in Louisiana, Michael Jackson’s memorial service in Los Angeles as well as the 2005 World Series in Chicago. While he was serving at WXII, Fred covered several important North Carolina stories such as the Jennifer Short kidnapping, the Air Midwest Flight 5481 plane crash, the Kinston chemical plant explosion, among others.