Paul Dellegatto Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, WTVT News
December 3, 2021
Paul Dellegatto Biography
Paul Dellegatto is an American General assignment Reporter and Meteorologist currently serving as the chief meteorologist at WTVT in Tampa, Florida. In addition to working for WTVT News, he also joined the station in 1990 and was named chief meteorologist when legendary meteorologist Roy Leep retired in 1997.
Paul Dellegatto Age
Dellegatto was born on 3 August 1960, in Natick, Massachusetts, United States. He is 62 years old.
Paul Dellegatto Height
Dellegatto stands at a height of 5 feet 8 in (Approx. 1.72m).
Paul Dellegatto Family
He was born to parents Antonio Lawrence and Rita Nicoletta. He has not revealed if he has siblings however it will be updated.
Paul Dellegatto Wife
He is happily married to his beautiful wife Mary Ann from Tampa, Florida. The couple is the parents of three kids. Mary Ann is a real estate professional who works in real estate in the Tampa Bay Area.
Paul Dellegatto Children
He is a dad to three beautiful daughters, Rachel, Caitlyn, and Lindsey.
Paul Dellegatto Education
He attended Lyndon State College in Vermont and graduated in 1980. In addition, he graduated in 1982 from the University of Rhode Island with degrees in Meteorology, Geography, and Marine Affairs.
Paul Dellegatto Salary
Schreiber receives an annual salary of $76,0005 per year.
Paul Dellegatto Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $ 1 Million.
Paul Dellegatto Career
Dellegatto is an American General assignment Reporter currently working for KATU News since July 2016. He previously worked as a multi-media journalist at KGUN9 news in Tucson.
Currently, he is the chief meteorologist at WTVT in Tampa, Florida. Before coming to WTVT, he became a Meteorologist for WGME-TV in Portland, Maine in 1984. He also went on to become the Chief Meteorologist at WXII-TV in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
He has been with WTVT since 1990 and took over for Roy Leep as the chief meteorologist in November 1997 (he previously served as morning meteorologist until 1997). In addition, he is also AMS Certified and one of the five meteorologists that are certified broadcast meteorologists of the WTVT weather department.