Mary Calvi Biography
Mary Calvi is an American journalist currently working at WCBS-TV in New York as an anchor. There, she anchors CBS2 News This Morning and as well as CBS2 News at Noon. Moreover, she also works as the weekend anchor of Inside Edition, the syndicated news magazine. Before joining WCBS-TV in the year 2002, she served at News 12 Westchester as an assistant news director and anchor.
Mary Calvi Age
Mary Calvi was born on 1st June 1969, in Westchester County, New York, in the United States of America. She is 52 years old.
Mary Calvi Height
Mary is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (Approx 1.63 m) tall.
Mary Calvi Family
Mary was born and brought up by her caring and supportive parents in Westchester County, New York. Despite being a well-renowned journalist, Mary has managed to keep details in regard to her parents and siblings away from the spotlight.
Mary Calvi Education
Mary attended and graduated with a high school diploma from Maria Regina High School in Hartsdale, New York. Later on, she graduated Magna cum laud with a degree in Broadcast Journalism from S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University in the year 1989.
Mary Calvi Husband
Mary is happily hitched to her caring and supportive husband named Mike Spano, a former Republican member of the New York State Assembly. In the year 2011, Mike was elected Mayor of Yonkers, New York. Together, the pair share three stunning children, a daughter called Alexandra Spano and two sons called Michael Spano and Christopher Spano.
Mary Calvi Salary
She pockets a decent salary of $98,000 annually. This is according to WCBS-TV anchors’ salaries.
Mary Calvi Net Worth
Mary Calvi has stockpiled a decent fortune over the years and has an approximated net worth of $3 million.
Mary Calvi Career
As of now, Mary works at WCBS-TV in New York as an anchor. There, she anchors CBS2 News This Morning and as well as CBS2 News at Noon. Moreover, she also works as the weekend anchor of Inside Edition, the syndicated news magazine. Mary has provided live breaking news reports on a wide range of stories all over the tri-state area. Additionally, she reported from underwater and got unprecedented access to the FBI’s underwater anti-terrorism team.
Moreover, Mary found a missing grandmom who was lost in the 2003 Blackout. Additionally, she has traveled to Rome to cover the events surrounding Pope John Paul II. In the years 1993 and 2001, Mary also provided coverage of the attacks at the World Trade Center. Before joining WCBS-TV in the year 2002, she served at News 12 Westchester as an assistant news director and anchor. Before, Mary was a national correspondent for USA networks and served at News 12 Long Island. She kicked off her journalism career in radio in New York.