Heather Catallo Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, WXYZ

Heather Catallo
Heather Catallo

Heather Catallo Biography

Heather Catallo is a famous American journalist working for WXYZ in Detroit as an anchor and investigative reporter.  Catallo’s investigation reports have kept public officials accountable, and imprisoned wrongdoers. Prior to joining WXYZ in December 1999, she was working for KREM-TV as a news reporter.

Heather Catallo Age

Heather Catallo was born on April 11, 1975, in Detroit, Michigan, in the United States. She is 47 years of age.

Heather Catallo Height

Catallo is a woman of above-average height. Her height is 5 feet 8 inches ( approximately 1.73m ).

Heather Catallo Family

Heather is a local of Detroit, Michigan, in the United States of America. She was raised together with her younger sister who stands her birthday every January 4. Further, her grandfather by the name Bill was a USA military veteran. Unfortunately, she lost her mother, Cherry in July 2020 after caving to appendix cancer.

Heather Catallo Husband

She got wedded to her pretty husband by the name Todd Flood on May 27, 2022. Her husband is a famous American attorney. The pair tied knots at the Detroit Golf Club.

Heather Catallo Education

She graduated from S.I Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism.

Heather Catallo Salary

Catallo receives an annual average salary of $105, 500. This is according to WXYZ anchors’/reporters’ salaries.

Heather Catallo’s Net Worth

Catallo has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million US dollars.

Heather Catallo Career

Heather joined WXYZ December in of the year 1999 as an Investigative Reporter. Prior to joining WXYZ in December 1999, she was working for KREM-TV as a news reporter. While working at the station, her investigative reports resulted to forced the resignation and end of three public officials at the probate courts in Southeast Michigan.

Similarly, her investigations have challenged the US foster care system and have pushed the court to adjust its policies on child removal hearings. During her profession as an investigative reporter, she has been awarded multiple awards for her investigative work including 14 EMMY awards, duPont-Columbia Award,  Regional Edward R. Murrow Award, etc.

 In addition, Catallo was called the Reporter of the Year by The Michigan Association of Broadcasters. Also, she won the Reporter of the Year in 2007, 2009, and 2010 respectively.
Away from receiving several Associated Press Awards for her reporting, she has also been celebrated with several First Place awards for Investigative Reporting and Open Government Reporting by The Society of Professional Journalists.
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