Andrew Siff Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth WNBC

Andrew Siff
Andrew Siff

Andrew Siff Biography

Andrew Siff works at NBC4 New Yorks as a general assignment reporter, she began working here in 2014. His career began at the NBC affiliate WEEK-TV based in Peoria, Illinois as a general assignment reporter. His first important assignment was to cover the strike at Caterpillar Inc., in 1992, more than 14,000 workers hit the picket lines. Due to his excellence in reporting, he was awarded a New York State Associated Press award as well as a 2013 New York Emmy.

Andrew Siff Age

Andrew Siff was born in New York, NY, the United States in 1969. He is 52 years old.

Andrew Siff Height

Andrew stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.

Andrew Siff Family

Andrew’s parents are Daniel E. Siff, who used to be a partner in Ledy-Gurren Bass & Siff, and Joan R. Siff who used to work inNew York as an English teacher. He hasnt disclosed details on whether he has siblings or not, research on this is going on, and will fill out this section soon.

Andrew Siff Wife

Andrew is a married man to Dawn Weiner. They tied the knot at New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx, in 2009, Rabbi Ralph Mecklenburger officiated their wedding.  Dawn used to work at Fox News Radio in Manhattan as the senior producer for politics. She studied at Texas A&M University and then went to the University of Columbia where she received a master’s degree in journalism. Her parents are Dr. Bruce H. Weiner of Fort Worth and Hollace Ava Weiner. Andrew and his family live in Queens, together with their son.

Andrew Siff Education

Siff finished his high school course at Hunter High School in 1986. Then he studied and graduated from Wesleyan University with a bachelor’s degree in English in 1990.

Andrew Siff Salary

Andrew annually receives a salary of $ 77,845. This is according to NBC4  reporters/anchors’ salaries.

Andrew Siff Net Worth

Andrew’s approximate net worth is $1 million.

Andrew Siff  Career

Andrew Siff works at NBC4 New Yorks as a general assignment reporter, she began working here in 2014. His career began at the NBC affiliate WEEK-TV based in Peoria, Illinois as a general assignment reporter. His first important assignment was to cover the strike at Caterpillar Inc., in 1992, more than 14,000 workers hit the picket lines. Due to his excellence in reporting, he was awarded a New York State Associated Press award as well as a 2013 New York Emmy.

Also, he has been recognized for feature reporting by the Syracuse Press Club, The New York Press Club,  as well as The Press Club of Long Island. He conducted numerous one-on-one interviews with Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, while he was working at NY1. He also worked at WTVH-TV based in Syracuse as well as at WKBW-TV based in Buffalo.
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