Lee Goldberg Biography
Lee Goldberg is a pre-eminent American journalist presently working for ABC Eyewitness News as a chief meteorologist. He moved to WABC-TV and became one of the Eyewitness News Weather Family in 1996. Lee anchors the Statins’ News at 5:00, 6:00 as well as 11:00. Before joining the WABC-TV, Lee served as a weather broadcast for WTVH-TV based in Syracuse, New York where he covered the unknown Blizzard back in the year 1993.
Lee Goldberg Age
Lee Goldberg was born on 4th October 1972, in Boston, Massachusetts, the United States. He is 49 years old.
Lee Goldberg Height
Lee is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m).
Lee Goldberg Family
Lee Goldberg was born in Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States of America to his caring and supportive parents in a Jewish family. Due to his secretive nature, Lee has managed to keep details with regard to his parents and siblings away from the limelight.
Lee Goldberg Education
He graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Meteorologist from Cornell University in 1994.
Lee Goldberg Wife
Lee is gladly married to his adorable and caring wife called Jessica Goldberg. The lovely couple has been together for more than 2 decades and they are blessed with two lovely children named Emily and Ethan.
Lee Goldberg Salary
He pockets quite a generous salary of $120,000 annually. This is in accordance with ABC Eyewitness News chief meteorologists’ salaries.
Lee Goldberg’s Net Worth
Lee Goldberg has managed to garner a hefty fortune over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Lee Goldberg Career
He moved to WABC-TV and became one of the Eyewitness News Weather Family in 1996. Lee anchors the Statins’ News at 5:00, 6:00 as well as 11:00. Lee developed his interest in weather when he was only 12 years old which drove him to build his first “Weather Centre” using milk cartons and shoe boxes. When Lee turned 14 years old, he had already begun broadcasting his first weather reports on Canton Cablevision to his hometown Canton, Massachusetts.
Lee worked as an intern at the National Weather Service office in Concord, N.H, at WCVB-TV, WHDH in Boston, while still in college. He kicked off his meteorology career back in 1993. Lee was forecasting for utilities with a private weather service and for Canada and USA radio stations. When the historic Blizzard of 1993 hit Central New York, he also swapped the on-air contributing award-winning coverage at WSTM-TV in Syracuse, New York.