Shae Rozzi Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth Fox 23
Shae Rozzi Biography
Shae Rozzi is a renowned American award-winning investigative journalist. As of now, Shae works at FOX23 News at 5, 6, 9, and 10 as an anchor alongside Clay Loney. She used to work as both a General Assignment Reporter and Fill-in Anchor before getting promoted to Main Evening Anchor in Tulsa from the Cox Media Group flagship station WSB-TV based in Atlanta, Georgia for 6 months.
She has also reported deadly tornadoes in the Raleigh area and devastating hurricanes along the North Carolina coast with her stories broadcasting on CNN and The Weather Channel.
Shae Rozzi Age
Shae Rozzi was born on April 5, in the United States. She hasn’t mentioned details on her exact year of birth, soon as we have detailed information will update this section.
Shae Rozzi Height
Shae stands at a height of 5 ft 4 in/1.6 m tall.
Shae Rozzi Education
Shae finished his high school course at lake Braddock high school. Then he received a bachelor’s degree in communication studies from the Virginia Tech Campus.
Shae Rozzi Family
Shae hasn’t mentioned details on her parents and siblings, soon as we have detailed information will update this section.
Shae Rozzi Husband
Shae is happily hitched to Sam. The duo met while working in the crazy industry of TV News and moving around the country in 2000. The couple exchanged vows in 2003. The couple has a kid.
Shae Rozzi Salary
Shae earns an annual salary of $74,271. This is according to Fox 23 anchor’s salaries.
Shae Rozzi Net Worth
Shae’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
Shae Rozzi Career
Shae began her television career at WLUC in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and at WSLS in Roanoke, Virginia, anchor and report Prior to working in North Carolina, Georgia, and presently in Oklahoma. Additionally, she has been the lead or main contributing reporter on Emmy’s award-winning newscasts and news specials. Due to her work, She has been nominated individually for an Emmy.
She worked on her career at WTVD, an ABC-owned station, in Raleigh, North Carolina. She worked as the Weekend Evening Anchor and focused on investigative reporting over the week, during her nearly 12 years in the Triangle area.