Marie Mortera Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, KSNV
Marie Mortera Biography
Marie Mortera is an American Journalist currently serving since September 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada at KSNV News 3 as a News Anchor. She airs the evening newscasts at 3 pm, 5 pm, 11 pm, and 10 pm. Before KSNV, She served for more than one year at KTLA as a news reporter. During her free time, Marie loves hiking, traveling, and spending much time with her family members and friends.
Marie Mortera Age
Marie was born in a city in the United States of America. She is around 30 years old. However, details concerning her age and the date of birth are under review, and will update this as soon as we get clear details regarding her age.
Marie Mortera Height
Mortera stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 inches/ Approx 1.74 m tall.
Marie Mortera Education
She attended the University of San Fransisco State and received a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts in 2003.
Marie Mortera Family
Despite being a public figure, Marie is a reserved person when it comes to matters concerning her father, mother, and siblings. Though, research information in regards to her family members is ongoing and will be updated.
Marie Mortera Husband
She is married to her devoted husband whose name remains unknown. The duo has two children and lives in Las Vegas along with the family’s two pups Cooper and Molly and Cooper.
Marie Mortera Salary
Marie receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000. This is according to KSNV News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Marie Mortera Net worth
Mortera has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Marie Mortera Career
She currently serves in Las Vegas, Nevada since September 2010 at KSNV News 3 as a News Anchor. Marie airs the evening newscast at 5 pm, 11 pm, and 10 pm. Before KSNV, She served for more than one year at KTLA as a reporter. During her time at the station, Marie was among the KTLA’s Emmy award-winning morning show team.
Her career life started after graduating from the University of San Fransisco State and joining as a Reporter for ABS, and CBS station in May 2003. She reported for eight months on a Filipino- American station for the Balitang America newscasts. Marie reported on an aging airport employee after his fingerprints faded over time who wondered if he could still keep his job.