Carolyn Gusoff CBS, Bio, Age, Net Worth, Measurements, Husband, Breast Cancer, Height and Salary

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Carolyn Gusoff Biography and Wiki

Carolyn Gusoff is an American Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist, anchor, author and reporter currently working as a reporter of “Long Island Beat” at WCBS-TV, in New York. Before joining WCBS-TV, she served as an on-air reporter for almost three years at Fox5 WNYW in New York.

Carolyn Gusoff Education

Gusoff studied at George W. Hewlett High School. After graduating from high school, she joined Cornell University where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Government and English. She also holds a Master of Science Degree in Journalism from Columbia University.

Carolyn Gusoff Age and Birthday

How old is Carolyn? Carolyn is 61 years old as of 2024. She was born on February 15, 1963, in New York, United States of America. Her birthday is always celebrated on 15th February of every year. READ: Hena Doba

Carolyn Gusoff Nationality and Ethnicity

Gusoff holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in New York, United States of America. She is of White ethnicity/heritage

Carolyn Gusoff Measurements | Height

Carolyn stands at an average height of 5 feet 3 inches (1.62 m). She also maintains a body weight of 128 lbs (58 kg). Her other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible.

Carolyn Gusoff Family | Parents

Gusoff was born and raised in New York by her parents. However, information regarding her family members including her father, mother and siblings is currently not available.

Carolyn Gusoff Husband | Children

Is Carolyn married? Carolyn is currently married to her husband Jon Turk. The couple got married in 1991, through a wedding ceremony attended by friends and family members. The couple are proud parents to two sons, whose names are currently not available. The family resides in Nassau County. READ: Dave Flemming

Carolyn Gusoff Eye

Information regarding whether Gusoff had eye surgery or if she has a problem with her eye is currently not available. However, we will update her information once confirmed and available to the public.

Carolyn Gusoff Salary

Carolyn working as a reporter of “Long Island Beat” at WCBS-TV, in New York earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $56,000 – $120,000.

Carolyn Gusoff Net Worth

Carolyn Gusoff is an American Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist, anchor, author and reporter with an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Carolyn Gusoff WCBS-TV News

Carolyn is an Emmy award-winning journalist currently working as a reporter at WCBS-TV in Long Island, New York.. She joined CBS2 in 2012 after working 3 years at Fox5 WNYW where she covered the lead story of the day on Good Day New York. Preceding that, she was the Long Island Bureau Chief for WNBC for a very long time and co-anchored the station’s first-class Saturday and Sunday morning program “End of the Week Today in New York”. READ: Robin Meade

Her reporting in the course of the most recent thirty years incorporates the absolute greatest New York accounts within recent memory: the terror attacks of 9-11, gigantic blackouts and the massacre on the Long Island Railroad. She reported vigorously on the destruction unleashed by Hurricane Sandy. She was one of the principal reporters on the scene of three commercial jetliner crashes (Avianca Flight 52, TWA Flight 800 and American Airlines Flight 587.) During the Blizzard of ’96, Gusoff reported for a day and a half straight on the noteworthy tempest’s cost and has been in the main part of virtually every significant weather occasion to strike the New York region since.

Gusoff moved to NBC from News 12 Long Island where she was credited for inside and out coverage of public stories, for example, the capturing of Katie Beers, the Tankleff murders, and the Amy Fisher/Joey Buttafuoco embarrassment. She was the fill-in anchor for the country’s initial 24-hour territorial news organization. Her telecom profession started as an anchor and reporter for the ABC offshoot, WEVU-TV, in Fort Myers, Florida.