Matthew Seedorff Biography
Matthew Seedorff is an American journalist who works as a reporter for FOX 26 in Houston. He enjoys sports and the outdoors, and he runs marathons. He formerly worked as a reporter at WOA/KABB, where he covered numerous national issues, including Hurricane Harvey.
Matthew Seedorff Age
Matthew Seedorff was born in Atlanta, Georgia, the United States. However, his exact birthdate is unspecified.
Matthew Seedorff’s Height
Seedorff stands at an average height.
Matthew Seedorff Family
Seedorff came from a loving home at birth. He hasn’t, however, disclosed any details regarding his parents or siblings. We will make updates to this part.
Matthew Seedorff Wife
Seedorff has kept the public in the dark about his personal life. His dating status is unknown as a result. We will make updates to this part.
Matthew Seedorff Salary
Seedorff annually pockets a salary of between $20, 000 and $100, 000.
Matthew Seedorff Net Worth
Seedorff’s estimated net worth is between $1 million and $5 million.
Matthew Seedorff Career
He went to Auburn University and graduated. He later enrolled at George Washington University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Journalism. He was also a member of the school’s Division I baseball team.
From May 2013 until August 2012, he was an Orange ambassador for the Bowie Baysox. He gave post-game interviews and promoted the team throughout the community while there. He also penned game recaps, program pieces, and press releases.
He started working as a student brand manager at Chipotle Mexican Grill in August 2013. But he left for a job at NBCUniversal in April 2014. In May 2014, he left NBCUniversal after a tenure of ten months. He became an evening news anchor for KTWO TV in late May of that same year.
From Monday to Friday, he anchored and produced the station’s 5, 6, and 10 p.m. newscasts. He left the station in May of 2017 after three years of service. He began working as a full-time television news reporter for KABB Fox 29 in late May of the same year. He departed the station after 2 years and 8 months. He began working as a television news reporter for Fox 26 Huston, Texas in January 2020.