Adam Kuperstein Bio, Age, Height, Husaband, Kids, Salary, NBC 4
Adam Kuperstein Biography
This is what you need to know about Adam Kuperstein, an American Award-winning news journalist currently working for NBC 4 News at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. weekend newscasts. On weekday from WNBC’s 30 Rockefeller Center studios and will transition from his current work as a weekend anchor and general assignment reporter.
Adam Kuperstein Age
Kuperstein was born in Manhattan, News York, USA. Details about his date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.He is around 31 years old as of 2021.
Adam Kuperstein Height
Kuperstein stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Adam Kuperstein Family
Kuperstein has shared the devastating experience of having his father die from the coronavirus “with a stranger holding his hand” in a hospital far from his loved ones. His mother was also dignosed with covid.
Adam Kuperstein Wife
Kuperstein is married to his wife Michal Kuperstein. The couple is blessed with three daughters. The family resides in Manhattan, New York. His wife got diagnosed with Breast Cancer in July although she has recovered.
Adam Kuperstein Salary
Adam Kuperstein receives an annual average salary of $47,824. This is according to NBC 4 News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Adam Kuperstein Net Worth
Kuperstein has an estimated Net Worth of $ $1 Million -$5 Million dollars. Her career as an anchor is her primary source of income.
Adam Kuperstein Education
He graduated from Syracuse University with bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism and finance.
Adam Kuperstein NBC News
Kuperstein is an American Award-winning news journalist currently working for NBC 4 News at 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. weekend newscasts. On weekday from WNBC’s 30 Rockefeller Center studios and will transition from his current work as a weekend anchor and general assignment reporter.
Kuperstein has also worked as the weekend sports anchor for WUPW Toledo, Ohio, as well as at WHIZ Zanesville, Ohio. His leadership skills at the desk and his relentless curiosity in the field will make us better in our day-to-day news coverage especially during breaking news situations,” said Amy Morris, WNBC VP of news.