Lori Stokes Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, WNYW

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Lori Stokes Biography

This is what you need to know about Lori Stokes, an American News journalist currently working as a news anchor for Good Day New York on Fox 5 NY WNYW, with Rosanna Scotto in New York City. She previously worked as a co-anchored on WABC-TV’s Eyewitness News This Morning, with Ken Rosato from April 2000.

Lori Stokes Age

Stokes was born on 16 September 1962 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. She is 59 years old as of 2021.

Lori Stokes Height

Stokes stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.

Lori Stokes Family

Stokes is a family woman and a parent to two kids. She was born to parents Louis Stokes, Jay Stokes. She has also been blessed with siblings Angela R. Stokes, Chuck Stokes, Shelley Stokes-Hammond. In addition she is the niece of Carl Stokes.

Lori Stokes Husband

Stokes was married to an actor Brian Thompson in September 1990. The two met at the job interview for CBC affiliate WBTV and two years later decided to tie the knot. They held their weeding at the Dunbarton Chapel located at the Howard University Van Ness Campus. The two are blessed with two daughters Nicolette Thompson and Alexandra Thompson from the marriage.

Lori Stokes Salary

Stokes receives an annual average salary of $ 500,000. This is according to WNYW News anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Lori Stokes Net Worth

Stokes has an estimated Net Worth of $ 10 million dollars. Her career as a news journalist is her primary source of income. She has an apartment in New York worth $2 million.

Lori Stokes WNYW News

She began her career as the medical reporter and then weekend co-anchor at WCIA in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois in 1986. She also worked her way up and in 1988, she worked as a reporter and weekend anchor for WBTV in Charlotte, North Carolina. Therefore two years, she became popular with the viewers in that state.

She also worked as a crime and street reporter for WBFF-TV, the Fox Station in Baltimore. She also anchored for a full-time anchor as WJLA-TV’s lead female anchor of the 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts. She was there from 1992 through 1996.

She also went to  MSNBC at the time of its inception and also became the original anchor on the 24-hour cable news television channel and the first African American to speak on the cable news network. The tv station MSNBC hired Ashleigh Banfield to MSNBC in 2000 and replaced Stokes on MSNBC’S Today in America also in 2000. During her tenure at NBC News Stokes was a rotating newsreader for “NBC Sunrise” and Weekend Today.

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