Cheryl Scott Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Engaged, Salary, Net Worth, ABC
Cheryl Scott Biography
This is what you need to know about Cheryl Scott, an American Meteorologist working for ABC7 Scott joined ABC7 Eyewitness News, Chicago’s #1 station for news. Cheryl joined ABC 7 in December 2014. Before joining ABC 7, Cheryl worked for NBC 5 in Chicago where she was the morning and weekend meteorologist since September 2011.
Cheryl Scott Age
Cheryl was born on January 29, 1985, in Chicago, U.S.A. She celebrates her birthday on January 29 every year. Scott is 36 years old as of 2021.
Cheryl Scott Height
Cherly is 5 ft 5/1.65 m Tall.
Cheryl Scott Family
Little is known about Cheryl’s parents, also there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Cheryl Scott Husband
Scott is married to Dante Deiana, her longtime boyfriend. The two started dating in 2016 and after two years, they took their relationship to the next level. In July 2018, Cheryl got engaged and they are happy together. Scott was also rumored to be dating Patrick Sharp, an ice hockey player for the Blackhawks team.
Cheryl Scott Salary
Cheryl receives an annual average salary of $150 Thousand Dollars. This is according to ABC News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Cheryl Scott Net Worth
Cheryl has an approximate Net Worth of $100k to $1 million dollars. She credits her career as an anchor is her primary source of income.
Cheryl Scott Education
Cheryl attended Brown University in 2007 where she received a degree in Bachelor of Geological Science, and she later joined Mississippi State University in 2010 where she earned a Certificate in Meteorology. She went on and received her diploma in 2007.
Cheryl Scott ABC
Cheryl Scott is an American Meteorologist working for ABC7 Scott joined ABC7 Eyewitness News, Chicago’s #1 station for news. Cheryl joined ABC 7 in December 2014. Before joining ABC 7, Cheryl worked for NBC 5 in Chicago where she was the morning and weekend meteorologist since September 2011.
Scott worked as a weekend meteorologist for the NBC affiliate in Knoxville, Tennessee, WBIR-TV. She was on the air when several tornadoes devastated Knoxville in April 2011.
Scott also worked as the weekend weathercaster at WSEE-TV in Erie, Pennsylvania, in 2007 while also providing forecasts for a 24-hour Caribbean Weather Channel.
She got her start as an intern in 2006 at WCAU-NBC 10 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Scott is currently on the Board of Directors of the American Red Cross.