Matt O’Donnell Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Dog, Salary, WPVI
Matt O’Donnell Biography
This is what you need to know about Matt O’Donnell, an American News Journalist currently working for WPVI-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as a morning news anchor and reporter along with co-anchor Tamala Edwards.
Matt O’Donnell Age
O’Donnell was born on 31 May 1972, in Detroit, MI, United States. As of 2021, he is 49 years old. He celebrates his birthday on 31st May year.
Matt O’Donnell Height
Matt is 5 feet 7 inches/ 1.7m tall.
Matt O’Donnell Family
Matt is a family man and he has credited his family for their love and support although, Little is known about his parents, also there are no details about his siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Matt O’Donnell Husband
O’Donnell is happily married to his wife. The couple is blessed with two kids. Details about matt’s wife will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Matt O’Donnell Son
Matt’s son is called Brendan. On matt’s social media he posted that”very own morning show anchor O’Donnell was the celebrity pitcher Saturday afternoon at the Trenton Thunder game at Arm and Hammer Park. Matt actually let his son, Brendan, throw the ceremonial first pitch. The Thunder went on to win 3 to 1″.
Matt O’Donnell Dog
He has a dog called Bailey, which he posts on social media.
Matt O’Donnell Salary
O’Donnell receives an annual average salary of $78K – $86K. This is according to WPVI-TVanchors/reporters’ salaries.
Matt O’Donnell Net Worth
O’Donnell has an approximated Net Worth of $1 million – $5 million. Her career as a news anchor is her primary source of income.
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O’Donnell is an American News Journalist currently working for WPVI-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as a morning news anchor and reporter along with co-anchor Tamala Edwards. He was also hired a general assignment reporter for Action News in December of 1996, achieving a career dream to work at the station he grew up watching. He also headed into the skies in a life-changing flight with the Blue Angels.
He has covered three political conventions He started his career in upstate New York after graduating. He served as a do-it-yourself news reporter at WICZ-TV in Binghamton covering local news and politics – including the 1994 New York governor’s race where he interviewed George Pataki, the eventual winner, twice. Matt also joined the Air Force National Guard on a trip to England shortly after 9/11. He flew supersonic with a member of the Blue Angels over Atlantic City.