Larry Potash Biography
Larry Potash is a journalist working as an anchor for WGN-TV, he began working here in 1994 and has been anchoring since 1995 WGN Morning News. Before, he served in Tulsa, Oklahoma at KOTV-TV as a weekend anchor and political reporter.
Larry Potash Age
Potash was born in Boston, the USA on May 2, 1967. As of 2021, he is 54 years old.
Larry Potash Height
Potash is 5 feet 11 inches/ 1.8 m tall.
Larry Potash Education
Potash graduated in Boston from Emerson College where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communication and Broadcast Journalism
Larry Potash Family
Potash was born in Boston in the United States of America and grew up together with his sister. But still, yet information about his parents is currently unavailable and will be updated soon.
Larry Potash Wife
Potash is a married man married to Lisa Potash his wife since 2000. Lisa`s aunt who recently passed away made them a nice blanket but messed up by writing the wrong groom’s name instead of Larry she wrote Clarence, Potash hasn’t let out any more information on his love life will update this as soon as available.
Larry Potash Kids
The two have two kids named Kaylin Potash and Mallory Potash. More information about them will be updated soon.
Larry Potash Salary
Potash receives an annual salary of $60,000 dollars. This is according to WGN salaries to anchors.
Larry Potash Net Worth
Potash’s net worth is $1 Million dollars.
Larry Potash Career
Potash is an American who currently works as an anchor, anchoring WGN Morning News since 1995 for WGN-TV, he began working here in 1994. He majorly covers stories concerning religion, history, science, and more. In 1996, he traveled to Asia to cover a multi-part series on the culture of Hong Kong and the change to Chinese sovereignty, also he hosts a program that focuses on the unusual, fun, and at times less known details behind various pop culture phenomena and television news-making itself called “Larry’s World”.
Before, he served in Tulsa, Oklahoma at KOTV-TV as a weekend anchor and political reporter. Prior to that, he worked in Evansville, Indiana at WFIE-TV as a morning anchor. His career journey started in Longview, Texas as an anchor and reporter at KLMG-TV.
Potash has been honored with several awards such as five of his eleven Emmy Awards for Best Anchor, also he’s been awarded for Best Anchor in Chicago from the Illinois Broadcasters Association with ten Silver Dome Awards. More to that, he was also honored in 2019 for Backstory with a Best Show Silver Dome Award.