Courtney Friel Biography
This is what you need to know Courtney Friel is an American news anchor and reporter. She currently serves at KTLA-TV in Los Angeles since she joined in 2013.
Courtney Friel Age
Courtney Friel was born on April 22nd, 1980, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is currently 43 years old as of 2022. Friel celebrates her birthday on April 22nd of every year.
Courtney Friel Height
Friel is a woman of average stature and shape she stands at a height of 1.67 meters tall.
Courtney Friel Education
Friel studied at San Diego State University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in political science.
Courtney Friel Family
Friel was born to Benard and Lois Friel, little is known concerning her family. We will update this information once it’s available.
Courtney Friel Husband
Friel is currently not married she is currently engaged to Jim Hecht. She was previously married to Carter Evans who’s a journalist for CBS News Los Angeles correspondent. The two have two children together, they later got divorced in 2016.
Courtney Friel Salary
Friel earns an annual salary of $100,000- $ 1 million.
Courtney Friel’s Net worth
Friel has an estimated net worth of $ 12 million U. S dollars.
Courtney Friel Career
After six years at Fox News Channel, where she worked as a New York reporter, headline anchor, and fill-in host for “Fox & Friends,” Friel joined KTLA in 2013. Before joining FNC, Friel previously worked as an anchor and reporter for the CBS affiliate in Palm Springs and the ABC station in Jackson, Tennessee. She hosted “The World Poker Tour” on the Travel Channel and “The Saturday Night Solution” on Court TV in terms of programming.
Friel has also worked as a student reporter for Channel One News and has written for shows such as “America’s Most Wanted,” “Extra,” “E! News,” and Oxygen’s “Trackers.” She also worked for KTTV-TV as an entertainment reporter.
Friel was the entertainment reporter at Fox News Channel before moving to Los Angeles, contributing to a variety of entertainment-related programs for the network’s website, FoxNews.com. She was a regular guest on Greg Gutfeld’s late-night comedy show Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld on Fox News.
In 2003, she served as an anchor at WBBJ-TV, an ABC affiliate in Jackson, Tennessee. During the May 2003 tornado outbreak series, Friel joined WBBJ and covered the damage in Jackson. In February 2007, she joined Fox News Channel.