Serena Altschul Bio, Age, Height, Family,Husband, Salary, Net worth, CBS

Serena Altstchul

Serena Altstchul

Serena Altstchul Biography

This is what you need to know about Serena Altschul is an American journalist. She is known for being the contributor for CBS Sunday Morning.

Serena Altschul Age

Altschul was born on October 13th, 1970 in New York City. She is currently 50 years old as of 2020. Altschul celebrates her birthday on October 13th of every year.

Serena Altschul Height

Altschul is a woman of average stature and shape she stands at a height of 1.7 meters tall.

Serena Altschul Family

Altschul was born on Siri von Reis and Arthur Altschul her mother is an author and her father is a botanist. Her parents divorced when she was still young she and her two siblings were raised by her mother.

Serena Altschul Salary

Altschul has not revealed any details concerning her salary. We will update this information once its available.

Serena Altschul Net worth

Altschul has an estimated net worth of $ 38 million dollars.

Serena Altschul Education

Altschul studied at Scripps College she studied English Literature but she unfortunately never graduated.

Serena Altschul CBS

After Altschul left school she worked for two years at Channel One News as an anchor and reporter. She later landed a job at MTV in 1987 and began to work in 1996. Altschul has hosted MTV News: UNfiltered, Breaking it Down and she also hosted and produced True life. She later went and worked at CNN for year. Altschul hosted and produced on the CNN special on the return of PCP. She later joined CBS News and became a correspondent and appears on CBS Sunday Morning.

Altschul continued to work as a reporter and editor for MTV News while at CNN, having joined the cable network in 1996 as a consultant to the “Choose or Lose” political awareness program. She contributed to an edition of CBS News magazine “48 Hours” in December 2001 about the rising use and misuse of Oxycontin.

Prior to that, Altschul worked as a reporter for Channel One Television, a news channel that is broadcast in high schools around the country. While in college, she also created “The Last Party,” a documentary about the 1992 presidential election.

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