Shirley Chan Bio – Wiki, Age, Height, Husband, kids, Salary, Net Worth, WPIX
Shirley Chan Biography – Wikipedia
This is what you need to know about Shirley Chan, an American award-winning News journalist currently working for WPIX News team in 2016. Before joining WPIX News, Chan worked as morning anchor at NBC Connecticut in Hartford.
Shirley Chan Age
Chan was born in Washington State, in the United States of America. Details about her date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Shirley Chan Height
Chan is 5 feet 6 inches/1.68 m tall.
Shirley Chan Family
Little is known about chan’s parents, also there are no details about his siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Shirley Chan Husband – Married
Chan is a married woman to Kevin Chan. More details on the two will be updated soon.
Shirley Chan Salary
Chan receives an annual average salary of $158,793 – $173,452.. This is according to WPIX News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Shirley Chan Net Worth
Chan has an estimated Net Worth of $10k to $100k dollars. Her career as a News anchor is her primary source of income.
Shirley Chan WPIX News
Chan is an American award-winning News journalist currently working for WPIX News team in 2016. Before joining WPIX News, Chan worked as a morning anchor at NBC Connecticut in Hartford.
She started her career at NBC’s The TODAY Show. Her time at TODAY afforded her the opportunity to travel and cover big stories of national importance including the September 11 attacks and two Olympic Games.
Shirley started at NBC as an intern and worked her way up to being a producer, before leaving to embark on a successful on-air career. Shirley’s anchoring and reporting career has also earned her an Associated Press Award and four Emmy nominations.
Her first job was at WWLP-TV22 in Springfield, Mass., where she was the station’s weekend anchor and investigative reporter. From Springfield, Shirley moved on to WFXT-FOX25 in Boston, where her duties included both reporting and fill-in anchoring.