Annie Yu WUSA, Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Married, Height, Salary, Family, Sister and Net Worth

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Annie Yu Biography and Wikipedia

Annie Yu is an American Emmy-nominated award-winning journalist currently serving as a weekday morning news anchor at WUSA-TV based in Washington D.C. She joined WUSA-TV in October 2018. Before joining WUSA-TV, she served as a news anchor and reporter at FOX News in Washington D.C.

Annie Yu Education

Annie after finishing her high school education had the opportunity to join George Mason University where she pursued her Bachelor’s degree in Communication in Journalism from 2000 to 2004.

Annie Yu Age and Birthday

How old is Annie? Yu is 30 years old as of 2022. She was born on October 26, 1992, in Seoul, South Korea and grew up in Washington D.C. from the age of three years. Her birthday is always celebrated on the 26th of October of every year. ALSO READ: Aishah Hasnie

Annie Yu Nationality and Ethnicity

Annie holds dual citizenship of South Korean by birth and United States by registration. She was born in Seoul, South Korea, and grew up in Washington D.C. She belongs to the Asian ethnicity/heritage/ancestry. She’s fluent in Korean, and passionate about her work and making a difference in peoples’ lives.

Annie Yu Height

How tall is Annie? Yu stands at an average height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m). Details about her other body measurements are currently under review.

Annie Yu Family, Parents and Siblings

Annie was born in Seoul, South Korea but was raised up in Washington D.C., by her parents. Her parents moved from South Korea when Annie was at the age of three years old. Her parents passed through difficult moments for Annie and her sister to have a better life. She also remembers how they moved from North Virginia with large luggage and a wallet of $5000. Though details regarding her family members including her father, mother and are currently under review. She has a sister whose name is not yet in the public domain.

Annie Yu Sister

Yu has an older sister who she grew up with. Annie and her sister are hardworking to support their family. Though, Annie has not yet updated her sister’s details in the limelight. We will update her sister’s information once availed publicly.

Annie Yu Husband

Is Annie married? Yu is currently married to her husband Donal Kim, a Sr Principal Systems Engineer SETA at SAIC in New Alexandria, Virginia. Details regarding the couple’s wedding is currently under review. The couples are proud parents to a young daughter.

Annie Yu Salary

Annie working as a weekday news anchor at WUSA-TV based in Washington D.C. earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $50,000-$250,000.

Annie Yu Net Worth

Annie Yu is an American Emmy-nominated award-winning journalist, anchor and reporter who has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Annie Yu WUSA

Annie is an American Emmy-nominated award-winning journalist currently serving as a weekday morning news anchor at WUSA-TV based in Washington D.C.

Yu began her career in the Nation’s capital. She spent 15 years at the Fox O&O station in D.C., where she worked both on-air and behind the scenes. She helped produce coverage and reported for significant events, including the 9/11 Pentagon Memorial Dedication, U.S. Official Elections, Gubernatorial races, D.C. Mayoral Race in 2010, official introductions for Barack Obama and Donald Trump, Washington Capitals’ Stanley Cup Parade, Nationals’ World Series Parade, and substantially more.

In February 2019, she started sharing the narratives of enduring military mates who had been battling the “Widow’s Tax,” which takes advantage of in excess of 65,000 families. That very year, the many years old bad form that took cash from the pockets of enduring companions was at long last killed. The determined reporting, raging the Hill, on various events, close by the enduring life partners, and considering legislators accountable assisted this bill with arriving at noteworthy achievements. WUSA9 was recognized by a few legislators, and in the Congressional Record: Proceedings and Debates in the 116th Congress for focusing light on this significant issue.

Throughout the long term, a portion of her more one-of-a-kind tasks included figuring out how to acrobat, flying with the members of the Andrews Air Show, and even having the uncommon chance to go in the background with working military canines. She co-hosted a week-by-week Sunday morning show called “Redskins Game Time” for different football seasons and co-hosted a web show “The Red Zone” that won an esteemed Edward R. Murrow Award.