Ray Cortopassi Bio, Age, Height, Wife,Salary, Net Worth, Fox 59
November 4, 2020
Ray Cortopassi Biography
This is what you need to know about Ray Cortopassi an American journalist who was born and brought up in Dolton, Chicago, Illinois. Cortopassi recently left FOX 59 News in Indianapolis, Indiana and became the new anchor of WGN news in Chicago, Illinois. He confirmed that will begin his new job as the evening news anchor of WGN’s 5-6 p.m. news on September 28, 2020.
Ray Cortopassi Age
Cortopassi was born in the United States. However, the exact date of birth is not yet known. Information about his date of birth and his age will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Ray Cortopassi Height
Ray Cortopassi Family-Parents-Siblings
Cortopassi was born in Chicago, Illinois to his parents. His father worked as a sheet metal foreman while his mother worked as a home-based piano teacher. Cortopassi’s parents also influenced his passion for alternative rock music. However, details about their identity and siblings are not known. Information about his parents and siblings will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Ray Cortopassi Wife
Cortopassi is married to his lovely wife Leslie. The couple is blessed with four children. The couple spends half of their time parenting and Chauffering their four kids. They reside in Chicago, Illinois.
Ray Cortopassi Children
Cortopassi and his wife Leslie are the parents of their four kids.
Ray Cortopassi Salary
Cortopassi receives an annual salary of $59,641. This is according to the Fox 49 anchors salary.
Ray Cortopassi Net Worth
Cortopassi has an approximate net worth that ranges between $100-$1million U.S Dollars, his career as an anchor is the primary source of his income.
Ray Cortopassi Career
Cortopassi has been a television broadcaster for more than 25 years. He has been a member of the FOX59 news team in Indianapolis since 2009, anchoring the morning news from 7-10 a.m. alongside Angela Ganote and First at Four with Beairshelle Edmé. Cortopassi worked as an anchor and reporter at TV stations in Traverse City, Michigan and Las Vegas, Nevada before moving to Indianapolis.
He loves telling a good story and has been honored with Emmy and Associated Press awards during his years in Indianapolis more than anything. Cortopassi studied acting after graduating with a journalism degree from Columbia College Chicago. And is now the managing director of the Off-Main Street Players, a community theatre he co-founded in Zionsville, Ind. There, he also served as the executive director of the Chamber of Commerce from 2008 until 2011.