Graham Richardson Biography
Graham Richardson is a Canadian journalist who currently serves as the Chief News Anchor for CTV News at Six as well as the afternoon news anchor. He covered Parliament for nearly four years before joining CTV Ottawa. Before joining CTV News, he was the head of Global News’ Queen’s Park bureau.
Graham Richardson Age
Graham Richardson was born on June 7, 1970. He is 52 years old.
Graham Richardson Height
Graham stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches/1.7m tall.
Graham Richardson Family
Richardson has not revealed any information about his family. It is unknown whether he has siblings or parents.
Graham Richardson Wife
Richardson is married to Leigh Anne, and the couple has two children, Bennett and Jack, who is now a retired minor hockey player.
Graham Richardson Education
Graham attended Queen’s University in Kingston where he received an honors degree.
Graham Richardson Salary
Richard earns an annual salary ranging between $ 70,000 – $ 110,000.
Graham Richardson Net worth
Richardson has an approximated net worth of $ 1.5 million.
Graham Richardson Career
Richardson is the afternoon news anchor for Newstalk 580 CFRA and the chief news anchor for CTV News at Six. Graham Richardson and Patricia Boal co-anchor CTV Ottawa every evening at six o’clock. CTV Ottawa has long been the go-to source for news in Ottawa, the Ottawa Valley, and throughout eastern Ontario. CTV Ottawa won the Bert Cannings award for outstanding newscast large market in 2018 for its in-depth reporting on the devastating 2017 floods that ravaged the area.
He spent nearly four years covering the legislature before becoming CTV Ottawa’s anchor. He reported from a variety of locations, including the NATO summit in Romania, the United Nations in New York, G-8 meetings in Germany and Japan, and official visits to India, Singapore, the Czech Republic, Poland, and the United Kingdom.
He has also covered elections at the local, state, and federal levels across the country. Before his position on Parliament Hill, he worked as CTV’s Los Angeles Bureau Chief, covering the Michael Jackson trial, Hurricane Katrina, space shuttle landings, the Mexican election, and the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy.
Before joining CTV News, he was the head of Global News’ Queen’s Park bureau. Prior to that, he spent eight years in Alberta, four in Calgary, and four in Edmonton, during an incredible period of expansion in that province.
He brings to the CTV Ottawa anchor chair a wealth of domestic and international experience, as well as a keen understanding of the city’s politics and the broader broadcast area. He has spent many summers relaxing on the sands of Bob’s Lake near Westport.