LuAnne Sorrell Biography
LuAnne Sorrell is an eminent American television journalist currently working as an Anchor at FOX 35 Orlando based in Lake Mary, Florida, United States. Previously, Sorrell served for WSVN in Miami, Florida as an Anchor and Reporter.
During her free time, Sorrell enjoys watching sports, hanging out with her kids, and basking in the sun. Moreover, She has a good sense of humor and the MN Vikings and is a lover of coffee.
LuAnne Sorrell Age
LuAnne was born in Minnesota, United States, on February 28, 1973. She is 48 years old
LuAnne Sorrell Height
Sorrell is relatively tall and stands at a height of 5 ft 6 inches (approx. 1.68 m).
LuAnne Sorrell Education
After attending and graduating from high school, LuAnne joined the University of Minnesota and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism.
LuAnne Sorrell Family
LuAnne was born and raised in Minnesota, United States to her caring and loving parents. However, information regarding her father, mother, and siblings is currently under review and will be updated as soon as confirmed.
LuAnne Sorrell Husband
Sorrell is happily married to her handsome husband called Derek Triplett, a motivational speaker, and a writer. The duo got engaged on October 22, 2015, and on February 14, 2016, exchanged marriage vows. Moreover, the couple shares two stunning sons. The adorable family of four presently lives in Orlando, Florida.
LuAnne Sorrell Salary
LuAnne earns an annual salary of $86,105 per year. This is according to Fox 35 News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
LuAnne Sorrell Net Worth
Sorrell has an estimated net worth of $1.3 million.
LuAnne Sorrell Career
She works for FOX 35 Orlando, WOLF-TV in Lake Mary, Central Florida as an Anchor and Reporter. Before joining FOX 35 in 2012, LuAnne was anchoring and reported from 2005 to 2012 the weekend morning newscasts for WSVN in Miami, Florida.
Before that, She served as a reporter from January 2003 to May 2005 for CBS affiliate, KLAS-TV in Las Vegas, Nevada.
She started her career working for KEYC-TV in Mankato, Minnesota as a reporter and anchoring weather. While there, Sorrell served as a one-man band, doing a little of everything, including anchoring and giving weather forecasts.