Leanne Cusack Biography
Leanne Cusack is a Canadian journalist who works for CTV News Ottawa as a correspondent, reporter, anchor, and host. For more than 30 years, she has made live television appear effortless. She began reporting for CJOH while still a student at Carleton University in 1989, and after a few years as a news reporter, she discovered her niche in life and lifestyle television.
Leanne Cusack Age
Leanne Cusack was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on July 6, 1968.
Leanne Cusack Height
Cusack stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches/1.70 m.
Leanne Cusack Family
Cusack was born and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, to caring and supportive Canadian parents. She had a very active childhood, though she has not revealed any additional information about her parents or siblings at this time. Cusack has a very private personality and appears to avoid exposing her personal life to the public eye.
Leanne Cusack Education
Cusack earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and communication from Carleton University. Furthermore, she began her career at CTV News Ottawa while still a student.
Leanne Cusack Husband
Leanne is in a relationship with Joel Haslam, a veteran news anchor, and coworker at CTV who currently hosts the Regional Contact program on CTV News Ottawa. Additionally he is the show’s producer.
Leanne, however, was married to Wayne Rostad, a well-known country music star, in December 1989 when she was just 21 years old. They first connected at a Peter Gzowski charity golf outing in Carp, and she now lives in Chelsea, Quebec, with her boyfriend Joel.
Leanne Cusack Salary
Cusack pockets an annual salary of $ 70,000.
Leanne Cusack’s Net Worth
Cusack’s approximate net worth is around 2 million dollars.
Leanne Cusack Career
Cusack has been making live television look easy for more than 30 years as a correspondent, reporter, anchor, and host of CTV News Ottawa. In 1989, while still a student at Carleton University, she started reporting for CJOH. After a few years as a news reporter, she discovered her niche in life and lifestyle TV.
She has interviewed top world leaders and trailblazers such as Benazir Bhutto, Gloria Steinem, and Jane Goodall, and she has a gift for making everyone feel special. Leanne is also concerned with the community, and she is always willing to give back.
She has also been an important telethon host, raising tens of millions of dollars for various charities such as The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and The University of Ottawa Heart Institute. She is also a founding member of The Ottawa Senators Foundation, The Pediatric Care Facility, and has made significant contributions to Roger Neilson House.
Leanne has long been an ambassador for the Ottawa Humane Society, and she enjoys painting when she is not in the air. In her new home in News Edinburgh, Leanne purchased a private painting lesson with Gordon Harrison, and the majority of her canvases are floral landscapes.