Lee Zurik Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Fox 8
Lee Zurik Biography
Lee Zurik is an illustrious American journalist working for WVUE Fox 8 in New Orleans as an anchor and chief investigative reporter, he commenced his work here in November 2009. During his career in journalism, he has received various awards including George Foster Peabody Award and nine National Edward R. Murrow Awards.
He also works as a Director for Gray TV/InvestigateTV since March 2017. Prior he worked for WWL-TV in New Orleans as a reporter and weekend news anchor.
Lee Zurik Age
Lee Zurik was born in New Orleans in the United States in 1974. He is 47 years old.
Lee Zurik Height
Lee’s height is 6 ft 3 in/1.91m tall.
Lee Zurik Education
Lee studied at Isidore Newman High School. While in high school, he worked for WWL-TV/Channel 4 as a sports intern. Then he attended and graduated with a bachelor of arts in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University in 1996.
Lee Zurik Family
Lee was born and brought up in New Orleans, in the United States. However, he has kept details on his parents and siblings hidden from the media, a review on this is going on and will soon be updated.
Lee Zurik Wife
Lee is a married man to Jenny(Jennifer). The couple is blessed with two kids, Eleonore, born on November 22, 2006, and Megan born in April 2010. The couple stays in New Orleans together with their two daughters.
Lee Zurik Salary
Lee pockets an annual salary of $98,600. This is according to Fox 8 anchor’s salaries.
Lee Zurik Net Worth
Lee’s approximated net worth is $3 million.
Lee Zurik Career
Lee works for WVUE Fox 8 in New Orleans as an anchor and chief investigative reporter. He began working at Fox 8 in November 2009. Before he served at WWL-TV in New Orleans as a reporter and weekend news anchor.
Previously, he worked for WBRZ-TV as a weekend sports anchor and reporter for WBRZ-TV after working for WSFA-TV. After graduating from Syracuse University in 1996, he began working as a weekend sports anchor and reporter for WXVT-TV. In addition, he got into the broadcast career at the age of 15 years while working for WWL-TV as a sports intern.
During his career in journalism, he has been honored with various awards including George Foster Peabody Award, the IRE Medal, three National Headliner Awards, five IRE Certificates, three DuPont Silver Batons, and eleven National Edward R. Murrow Awards, and twelve Sigma Delta Chi Awards.