Charlie LeDuf Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, NBS News Hour
Charlie LeDuff Biography
Charlie LeDuff is an eminent American media personality, journalist, and writer currently hosting NBS News Hour. Previously, He was working at The New York Times for twelve years, before leaving and joining The Detroit News.
Charlie LeDuff Age
Charlie was born in Portsmouth, Virginia, in the United States of America, on April 1, 1966. He is 56 years old and celebrates his birthday on April 1.
Charlie LeDuff Height
LeDuff stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches(approx. 1.72 m).
Charlie LeDuff Education
Growing up in Michigan Charlie attended the Winston Churchill High School located in Livonia and later joined the University of Michigan and graduated with his Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism.
Charlie LeDuff Family
He was born under the love, care, and support of his hardworking and dedicated parents in Portsmouth, Virginia, but grew up in Westland, Michigan in the United States of America. His father served in the United States Navy.
Charlie LeDuff Wife
He is a happily married man to his pretty and supportive wife Amy Kuzniar. The lovely duo is proud to be sharing their only pretty daughter Claudette. The adorable and admirable family resides in Pleasant Ridge, Michigan State.
Charlie LeDuff Salary
Charlie has an estimated salary of $50k – $100k.
Charlie LeDuff Net Worth
LeDuff has an approximate net worth of $5 million.
Charlie LeDuff Career
Immediately after he graduated from the university, Charlie started his journalism career at The New York Times, where he was hired on a ten-week minority scholarship. LeDuff was later promoted to the station’s staff reporter from 1995 to 2007, Charlie held the position.
Later on, Leduff left the station to pursue “US Guys,” which was his second book. He confessed in an interview with Arthur Sulzberger Jr, who by then was the chairman and publisher of The Times. Charlie stated to say what he wanted to talk about he was leaving because he did not have the right.
In 2001, He was awarded the Pulitzer Award for contributing to a series that aired in the New York Times “How Race Is Lived in America”. Additionally, due to his distinguished writing about New York City, in 1999, Charlie was also awarded the Mike Berger Award from the Columbia University School of Journalism.