Brendan Connor Biography
Brendan Connor is a Canadian television personality, producer, and author who works as a news anchor for CTV National News in Sudbury, Ontario. He joined the station after nearly a decade as a correspondent for Al Jazeera and CBS Newsworld. Connor even spent a long time as the lead anchor on CTV’s 6 p.m. evening news before finally getting a promotion. His most notable CTV news bulletins are political updates such as the numerous presidential rallies and other general breaking news updates.
Brendan Connor Age
Brendan Connor was born in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. He has, however, managed to keep his precise date of birth and birthday under wraps.
Brendan Connor Height
Brendan stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches/1.68 m tall.
Brendan Connor Family
Connor was born in Ontario, Canada to Michael Conor (father) and Mrs. Michael Connor (mother). His father is a well-known Canadian journalist who worked for CTV’s Northern Ontario bureau when it was known as CKSO News in the early 1960s and 1970s. Brendan’s father was well-known in the Ontario community for his outstanding work as a journalist. More information about his parents will be added as soon as it becomes available.
Brendan Connor Wife
Brendan is currently married to his beautiful bride. He has, however, managed to keep his personal life apart from his professional life on CTV. Connor presently resides in the western suburbs of Toronto, Canada, with his wife and children.
Brendan Connor Salary
Connor earns an annual pay ranging from $50,000 to $93,000.
Brendan Connor Net Worth
Connor has an accumulated net worth of $1 million.
In Sudbury, Ontario, Connor is still employed as a news anchor and producer by CTV Northern Ontario. Since joining the station, he has been employed there for approximately ten years.
He was raised in the Ontario suburbs of Sudbury. He was raised as the son of retired CTV news anchor Michael Connor. As a result, his father is the one who impacted his interest in journalism. He would accompany his father to work whenever he was off from school. He completed his high school education at Sudbury Secondary School, where he also played high school basketball and taught tennis during the summer. Brendan went on to get a Bachelor of Arts in English and Literature from Queen’s University.
He began his career as a CBC Radio news reporter and anchor. This is where he gained expertise as a well-spoken presenter who always provided thorough news updates on a variety of problems affecting the country. Following that, Connor joined TSN News as a nightly news anchor and the principal host of the TSN Sports Desk feature. For nearly seven years, he provided the most recent sports updates on TSN until announcing his formal resignation.
He got his big break as a nationally syndicated television news anchor when he joined CBS Television in Toronto. He hosted the station’s regular morning and noon newscasts while also interviewing guests on other CBC Newsworld programs. He began working as a morning news anchor for Al Jazeera News in 2006. This particular position on Al Jazeera gained him a strong reputation in Canada and around the world. Breandan left Aljazeer in 2008 and now works as one of CTV’s greatest news anchors.