Melissa Andrews Biography
Melissa Andrews is a well-known American Journalist serving at the TEGNA-owned CBS affiliate WTOL based in Toledo, Ohio, United States of America. As of now, Melissa works for WTOL-TV in Toledo as an evening anchor. While serving as a morning news anchor, she assisted the morning team to attain numerous coveted NATAS Lower Great Lakes Chapter Emmy nominations for Best Morning Show and received the Emmy Award for the show. Before, she worked for Disney ABC Television Group as a news anchor and reporter.
Melissa Andrews Age
Melissa Andrews was born on 20th June 1981, in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. Melissa is 41 years old.
Melissa Andrews Height
Melissa is a woman of medium stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (approx. 1.63m).
Melissa Andrews Family
Melissa was born and brought up by her loving and caring parents in Cleveland, Ohio, United States of America. Nevertheless, Melissa has maintained a low profile and kept her mouth closed when it comes to the affairs of her parents and siblings.
Melissa Andrews Education
Mellisa graduated with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from Kent State University. While there, she reported, anchored, and produced for her college station and also PBS.
Melissa Andrews Husband
Mellissa is blissfully married to her beloved husband called Ryan. Melissa and Ryan are proud parents of their children, Reece, Drew, and Rory.
Melissa Andrews Salary
She pockets a satisfactory salary of $92,641 annually. This is according to WTOL-TV anchors’ salaries.
Melissa Andrews’ Net Worth
Melissa Andrews has amassed a hefty fortune over the years she has worked and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Melissa Andrews Career
As of now, Melissa works as a co-anchor of WTOL11’s evening news show alongside Andrew Kinsey since her promotion back in September 2020. Previously, Melissa served as a morning anchor from August 2012 to August 2020. Moreover, Mellissa was a fixture on the Emmy-award morning show for a period of eight years.
During her time in the show, she assisted the morning team to attain numerous coveted NATAS Lower Great Lakes Chapter Emmy nominations for Best Morning Show. Additionally, while working for WTOL, Melissa has reported on major stories such as the emotional and thoughtful funeral of Toledo Police Officer Anthony Dia, the presidential political conventions, the Toledo water crisis, as well as Sierah Joughin’s disappearance, murder, arrest, and conviction of Sierah’s killer.
Before joining WTOL-TV in 2012, she served as a news anchor and reporter at WBGU-TV, Channel 27 where she reported on weekly public affairs program with a focus on economic, health, legislative, and education issues affecting west-central and northwest Ohio