Michael Cogdill Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Salary, NBC, Books
Michael Cogdill Biography
This is what you need to know about Michael Cogdill, an American Journalist, Anchor, Novelist, Screenwriter, and Film producer. He has also appeared on NBC’s Today Show, CNBC, MSNBC, and CNN. He has been the recipient of 29 Emmys and a National Edward R. Murrow.
Michael Cogdill Age
Cogdill was born on 11 June 1961 in Asheville, North Carolina, United States. She is 60 years old as of 2021.
Michael Cogdill Height
He stands at a height of 6 feet 6 inches /1.98 m tall
Michael Cogdill Family
Cogdill is a husband to Jill Kremer Cogdill and 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.
Michael Cogdill Mother
Cogdill has not shared the identity of his mom hence it will be updated.
Michael Cogdill Wife
Cogdill is happily married to his wife Jill Kremer Cogdill since 1985. The couple has not shared any information about their children hence it will be updated.
Michael Cogdill Salary
Cogdill receives an annual average salary of $56,038. This is according to NBC News anchors/reporter’s salaries.
Michael Cogdill Net Worth
Cogdill has an estimated Net Worth of $ 10k – $ 1 million dollars. His career as a journalist is her primary source of income.
Michael Cogdill Career
began his career in television, working at WECT, an NBC affiliate in Wilmington, North Carolina. He soon moved over to WWAY, Wilmington’s ABC station, and later migrated to CBS-aligned WRDW-TV in Augusta, Georgia. He finally landed at Greenville, South Carolina station WYFF (an NBC affiliate) in 1989, where he cemented his position as, arguably, the most decorated anchorman in South Carolina television history
Michael Cogdill Retirement
Cogdill has not revealed when he will retire hence information about his retirement will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Michael Cogdill Books
Cogdill is the author of She-Rain, a novel set in rural western North Carolina in the 1920s.