Todd Piro Biography
Todd Piro is a journalist working as a news correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC) Fox News Channel, he began working here in June 2017. Previously, he worked at WVIT-TV’s NBC Connecticut Today as the weekday morning anchor and also covered up as a guest for various NBC platforms.
Todd Piro Age
Piro was born in the United States on March 28, 1978. As of 2022, he is 43 years old.
Todd Piro Height
Piro is 5 feet 8 inches/1.7 m tall.
Todd Piro Education
Piro earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2000 from Dartmouth College, then in 2003, he joined the University of California, Los Angeles earning himself a Law degree.
Todd Piro Family
Piro’s parents are Peter A.. and Marianne L., his mother is a native of Belmar, New Jersey. It’s heard that he has a young brother known as Scott Piro who is a married man to Kristin Sturdy, and the father of Zoe, his daughter. Information on this will be updated soon.
Todd Piro Wife
Piro tied the knot with Amanda Raus after he parted with his first wife, on his first day at NBC Connecticut he met with Amanda. They walked down the aisle at St. Stephen Church in Trumbull. More information regarding their love life and the reasons for his divorce will be updated.
Todd Piro Salary
Piro earns an annual salary of $100,000.This is according to Fox news salaries to correspondents.
Todd Piro’s Net Worth
Piros estimated net worth ranges between $700,000 – 1.5 Million.
Todd Piro Career
Piro currently works as a news correspondent at FOX News Channel’s (FNC) FOX & Friends, he began working here in June 2017, and he works as a guest host from time to time as a reporter and guest house in both FOX & Friends Weekend on Saturdays and Sundays at 6-10 AM/ET FOX & Friends on weekdays at 6-9 AM/ET. More to this, he also contributes to the dinner series “Breakfast with Friends”, which lays out hows Americans across the country feel regarding the political news guiding the day.
Previously, he worked at WVIT-TV’s NBC Connecticut Today as the weekday morning anchor and also as a guest for various NBC platforms such as The Place for Politics, Early Today, and First Look. Throughout his career in the news, he has covered some of the most major national news such as the record-breaking blizzard of 2013, the school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, and Hurricane Sandy.
Prior to that, he worked at the CBS-affiliated station, KPSP Local 2 News, in Palm Springs, CA. as a morning anchor. For five years, he practiced law at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP in Los Angeles before he started his career as a journalist.