Michael Gargiulo Biography
Michael Gargiulo is an eminent American journalist from Manhattan, New York, United States currently serving for NBC 4 News flagship station as a News Anchor. He won an Emmy Award for breaking news coverage for his reporting on a crane collapse on the Upper East Side in 2009
Michael Gargiulo Age
Micahel Gargiulo was born on February 12, 1960, in Manhattan, New York, United States. He is 61 years old and celebrates his birthday on February 12 every year.
Michael Gargiulo Height|Weight
Gargiulo stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70 kg.
Michael Gargiulo Education
Gargiulo attended the University of New York University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in history and studied Italian, French, Russian, and German.
Michael Gargiulo Family
Michael was born and raised by his loving parents Mike Gargiulo and Dorothy Gargiulo in Manhattan, New York, United States. He has one pretty sister named Susan Gargiulo. Gargiulo is of Italian ancestry.
Michael Gargiulo Wife
He is happily married to his pretty wife Shannon Powell. Michael was a Roman Catholic during his early years but he was converted to Episcopal in 2015. The couple is blessed with two children Andrew and Olivia, a ranked swimmer in Westchester County.
Michael Gargiulo Salary
Michael earns an annual salary of $ 67, 367 per year. This is according to NBC 4 News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Michael Gargiulo Net Worth
Gargiulo has an approximate net worth of $ 1 million – $ 5 million.
Michael Gargiulo Career
Since 2008, Micahel has anchored Today in New York with Darlene Rodriguez and has been embedded with United States military units in Afghanistan, Kuwait, Iraq, and the Persian Gulf.
In 1984, He was hired by WSAZ, NBC‘s affiliate in Charleston, West Virginia, to host the local edition of the syndicated show PM Magazine. In addition, Gargiulo then worked as a reporter and anchor at WYOU, the CBS affiliate in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Additionally, Michael served as the Washington, D.C., correspondent for Hearst-Argyle Television from 1997 to 2000, and then anchored the morning newscast on WTTG, a Fox-owned station in Washington, from 2000 to 2006.
In July 2006, He joined WNBC as a general assignment reporter and was then named anchor of Weekend Today in New York. In October 2007, Gargiulo was named anchor of the station’s 5:30 pm newscast along with Sue Simmons, and in May 2008 he replaced Rob Morrison as co-anchor of Today in New York.