Madeleine Wright Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth WPLG

Madeleine Wright Biography

Madeleine Wright as of now works at WPLG-TV, the ABC affiliate in Miami, Florida as a general assignment reporter since March 2017. Before she worked for a period of 3 years at WPRI-TV and WNAC-TV, the CBS and FOX affiliates in Providence, Rhode Island.

Into the bargain, she worked for a period of two years at WNCT-TV, the CBS affiliate in Greenville, North Carolina as a general assignment reporter. She also served at the city of New Bern–close to military bases Camp Lejeune and Cherry Point–Madeleine as the bureau chief and she covered issues affecting veterans, active-duty Marines, and their families. She received an honorable mention by the North Carolina Associated Press for Rookie of the Year in 2012.

Madeleine Wright Age

Madeleine Wright was born in Queens, New York in 1986. She is 35 years old.

Madeleine Wright Height

Madeleine stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.

Madeleine Wright Education

Madeleine studied and completed her high school course at Townsend Harris High School from 2004 to 2007. Then she earned a major in broadcast journalism and a minor in Spanish from Northwestern Campus. She reported on-air for eNews Channel Africa, this was during her junior year of college, and she stayed for three months in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Madeleine Wright Family

Madeleine despite being a renowned reporter, has managed to hide details on her parents and siblings, but soon as we get information from reliable sources will update this section.

Madeleine Wright Husband

Madeleine is a married woman and on September 15, 2019, together with her unidentified husband, they celebrate their first anniversary.

Madeleine Wright Salary

Madeleine annually receives a salary of $61,221. This is according to WPLG annchor’s/reporter’s salaries.

Madeleine Wright Net Worth

Madeleine has an approximated net worth of $1 million.

Madeleine Wright Career

Wright commenced her career at  WSJV-TV, the FOX affiliate in South Bend, Indiana, as a reporter, where she held the roles of being the 10:00 PM weekend editor and the top weekend reporter. She has covered various stories like the deadly pedestrian bridge collapse at Florida International Campus and the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre.

In September 2017, she reported in the knee-deep floodwaters of Brickell during Hurricane Irma on Good Morning America. In July 2019, she co-anchored on a suspected gas explosion in Plantation for 2.5 hours.

Also, in July 2015, she reported live from the town of Narragansett, where a woman was seriously hurt in a hydrogen gas explosion at the beach for Fox and Friends on Fox News Channel. During her time in college, she worked in Johannesburg, South Africa at eNCA (eNews Channel Africa), the rainbow nation’s first 24-hour news station on the morning news during a three-month internship. She also worked at WPIX-TV in New York City and WLNY-TV in Long Island as an intern.
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