Erica Simon Biography
Erica Simon currently serves as an anchor and also as a news reporter at ABC13 in Houston, Texas, she commenced her work here in November 2017. Prior, she worked as a news anchor and reporter at WJAX-WFOX, a FOX-affiliated television station in Jacksonville, Florida, during her tenure here, her team coverage of spot news and another one for team coverage and reporting during Hurricane Matthew, got her two Emmy nominations.
Erica Simon Age
Erica Simons was born in Dallas, Texas, the United States. However, he has kept details on his age details hidden, research on this is going on, and will soon fill out this section.
Erica Simon Height
Erica stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 6 in/1.68 m tall.
Erica Simon Education
Erica received a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, which she majored in Broadcast Journalism and a Minor in Sociology from the University of Missouri in Columbia.
Erica Simon Family
Erica despite being a public figure, has managed to keep all to herself details on her parents and on whether she has any siblings, however, a review on this is being conducted and will soon fill out this section.
Erica Simon Husband
Erica is a married man to T.J. Simon, who works as a record producer, together they have a daughter named Tannella Simons who was born on February 19, 2019. They exchanged vows in Ribault Club, Jacksonville on September 25, 2016, and as of now, they stay in Houston, Texas.
Erica Simon Children
Erica and T.J. have a daughter, named Tannella Simons who was born on February 19, 2019.
Erica Simon Salary
Erica annually receives a salary of $64,635. This is according to ABC13 anchor’s/reporters salaries.
Erica Simon Net Worth
Simon’s has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Erica Simon Career
Erica Simon works as an anchor at ABC13 in Houston, Texas as an anchor, she began working here in November 2017. Previously, she served as a reporter and news anchor at WJAX-WFOX, a FOX-affiliated television station in Jacksonville, Florida, While working here, her team coverage of spot news and team coverage and reporting during Hurricane Matthew, led to her receiving two Emmy nominations.