Elizabeth Woolsey Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, WDRB
Elizabeth Woolsey Biography
This is what you need to know about Elizabeth Woolsey an American anchor who has recently announced to retire. WDRB’s made a big announcement on Monday. She is stepping away from the station WDRB’ after 22 years. Woolsey joined WDRB in 1998.
Elizabeth Woolsey Age
Woolsey has not revealed her exact date of birth. She is said to be around 40-45. Information about her actual age and date of birth will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Elizabeth Woolsey Height
Woolsey stands at an approximate height of 5feet and 4 inches.
Elizabeth Woolsey Family-Parents-Siblings
Woolsey was born to her parents; Ann and William. The family moved to Springfield Mo. And Woolsey would go to Alice Pittman Elementary and Springfield Catholic High School on April 30, 2013. No information about her siblings, hence it will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Elizabeth Woolsey Husband
Woolsey is a happy married lady to her handsome husband Travis. The couple was blessed with two amazing baby boys.
Elizabeth Woolsey Children
Woolsey and her husband Travis are the parents of their two sons.
Elizabeth Woolsey Salary
Woolsey receives an annual salary of $35,749.This is according to the WDRB anchor’s salary.
Elizabeth Woolsey Net Worth
Woolsey has an estimated net worth of $3 Million U.S dollars. Her career as an anchor is the primary source of her income.
Elizabeth Woolsey Education
Woolsey graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in political science.
Woolsey when not working, enjoys cooking, traveling, movies, and reading, and lives in Louisville with her husband and two sons.
Elizabeth Woolsey Career
Woolsey worked as a legislative assistant on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC for several years before pursuing a career in broadcasting.
In 1993, she started out as an intern at KYTV in Springfield. From there Woolsey worked at several different stations in Missouri, Arkansas.
And Kansas as everything from a newsroom assistant to a reporter and finally an anchor. She was the one who came to WDRB-TV in 1998 as an original co-anchor of “WDRB in the Morning,”.