Graham Richardson Biography and Wikipedia
Graham Richardson is a Canadian journalist and news anchor currently working as Chief News Anchor for CTV News at Six and an afternoon news anchor on Newstalk 580 CFRA. He anchors CTV Ottawa with Patricia Boal every night at six o’clock. He has been at the forefront of Canadian broadcasting for over two decades.
Graham Richardson Education
Graham attended Queen’s University in Kingston where he received his bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.
Graham Richardson Age and Birthday
How old is Garaham? Richardson is 53 years old as of 2023. He was born on June 7, 1970, in Toronto, Canada. His birthday is always celebrated on June 7th of every year.
Graham Richardson Nationality and Ethnicity
Graham holds Canadian nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. He belongs to the White ethnicity/heritage/ancestry. RELATED: Christina Succi
Graham Richardson Height
How tall is Graham? Graham stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.72 m).
Graham Richardson Family
Graham was born and raised in Toronto, Canada by his parents. Though, information regarding his family members including his father, mother and siblings is currently under review.
Graham Richardson Wife
Is Graham married? Graham is currently married to his wife Leigh Anne, an advisor, HR Projects and RCMP at Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Details about when the couple held their wedding are currently under research.
Graham Richardson Son
Graham and his wife Leigh are proud parents to two sons namely, Bennett Richardson, a retired hockey player and Jack, who currently attends Western University.
Graham Richardson Salary
Graham working as Chief News Anchor for CTV News earns an estimated annual salary of $120,000.
Graham Richardson Net Worth
Graham is a Canadian journalist and news anchor with an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Graham Richardson CTV
Graham Richardson is an experienced journalist who currently serves as the Chief News Anchor for CTV News at Six and the afternoon news anchor on Newstalk 580 CFRA. Together with Patricia Boal, he anchors CTV Ottawa every night at six o’clock, a newscast that is highly regarded as the newscast of record in Ottawa, the Ottawa Valley, and eastern Ontario. RELATED: Harland Williams
Richardson has a wide range of experience covering various events and stories from different parts of the world. He covered Parliament for almost four years and reported on important events such as the G-8 meetings in Germany and Japan, a critical NATO summit in Romania, official visits to India, Singapore, the Czech Republic, Poland, and the United Nations in New York. He also covered federal and provincial elections in different regions of the country.
Before his assignment on Parliament Hill, Richardson was CTV’s Los Angeles Bureau Chief, covering notable events such as the Michael Jackson trial, Hurricane Katrina, space shuttle landings, the Mexican election, and the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy. He also spent eight years in Alberta, four in Calgary and four in Edmonton, where he served as a journalist during a period of significant growth under Premier Ralph Klein.
Richardson’s extensive national and international experience and his strong sense of the capital and larger broadcast region make him a valuable asset as an anchor for CTV Ottawa. In 2018, CTV Ottawa was recognized for its exceptional coverage of the 2017 floods in the region with the Bert Cannings award for the best newscast in a large market.