Randi Rousseau Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Salary, WDSU

Randi Rousseau

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Randi Rousseau Biography – Wiki

This is what you need to know about Randi Rousseau, an American News anchor currently working for WDSU News This Morning. Before joining WDSU She interned there first and then she hit the station’s airwaves as TimeSaver Traffic Reporter back in 2007.

Randi Rousseau Age

Details about her date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Randi Rousseau Body Measurements

Height

Rousseau stands at a moderate height, however, the award-winning journalist has not disclosed her exact height and other body measurements like weight, shoe size, and bra size.

Randi Rousseau Family

Rousseau is a Mother of two kids. Little is known about her parents, also there are no details about her siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Randi Rousseau Husband

Rousseau was married to her late husband Jonathan Serigne. The couple had two kids together.

Randi Rousseau Children

She is a mother of her two children, her son Jacques and, her daughter Stella.

Randi Rousseau Husband Cancer

In may Jonathan was diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma and sought treatment at MD Anderson Hospital in Houston. He however passed on in late September after four months of chemotherapy.

Randi Rousseau Salary

Rousseau receives an annual average salary of $ 80,000. This is according to WDSU News anchors/reporter’s salaries.

Randi Rousseau Net Worth

Rousseau has an estimated Net Worth of  $ 700,000 dollars. Her career as a reporter is her primary source of income.

Randi Rousseau Education

Rousseau is a graduate from Louisiana University in Hammond, where she majored in mass communications with a minor in theater.

Randi Rousseau WDSU News

Rousseau is an American News anchor currently working for WDSU News This Morning. Before joining WDSU She interned there first and then she hit the station’s airwaves as TimeSaver Traffic Reporter back in 2007.

She has spent 5 years working for WDSU News. She has also added general assignment reporting to her mix of daily duties, and in 2009 became an anchor. Her work has made her cover a range of topics from breaking news to the BP oil spill.

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