Larry Potash WGN, Bio, Age, Arm, Wife, House, Salary, Height, Family and Net Worth

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Larry Potash Biography and Wikipedia

Larry Potash is an American award-winning journalist, anchor and reporter currently serving as an anchor at WGN-TV since August 1994, in Chicago, Illinois. Before joining WGN-TV, he worked as the weekend anchor and political reporter at KOTV-TV in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Larry Potash Education

Larry is a graduate of Emmerson College in Boston where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications and Broadcast Journalism.

Larry Potash Age

How Old Is Larry? He is 56 years old as of 2023. He was born on May 2, 1967, in Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America. His birthday is always on the 2nd of May of every year. READ: Amy Freeze 

Larry Nationality and Ethnicity

Larry holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. He belongs to the White-American ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.

Larry Potash Height

How tall is Larry? He stands at an average height of 5 feet 11 inches (1.8 m). His other body measurements will be updated once confirmed.

Larry Potash Family | Parents

Potash was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. However, information regarding his parents including his mother, father, and siblings is not yet known to the public. We will update his details once confirmed to the limelight.

Larry Potash Wife

Is Larry married? Larry is happily married to his wife Lisa Potash. Much information about his wife is currently not available. However, the couples are proud parents to two daughters, Kaylin Potash and Mallory Potash. RELATED: Norah O’Donnell

Larry Potash Backstory

Potash hosts the show “Backstory ” which is being premiered at WGN-TV since October 2018. The show is a series that runs continuously and explores history, culture, religion, and science from Chicago and beyond.

Larry Potash Leaving WGN-TV

Larry’s details exiting WGN-TV are currently not available. According to the WGN-TV’s bio, Larry is still working as an anchor at the station. However, his information about leaving will be updated once updated available.

Larry Potash Retiring

Larry has not yet issued any information regarding his retirement. When the right time of him retirement will be announced we will publicly update you. Though for now, Larry is currently pursuing his journalism career as a news anchor. We will update his retirement information once confirmed.

Larry Potash Salary

Potash working as an anchor and host of the “Backstory” show that explores history, culture, religion and science in Chicago, Illinois earns an estimated annual salary of $78,498. RELATED: Daryl Braithwaite 

Larry Potash Net Worth

Larry as an accomplished American award-winning journalist, anchor and reporter has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Larry Potash WGN-TV | Wikipedia

Larry has been working as a morning news anchor at WGN-TV in Chicago, Illinois since August 1995. He joined the station in 1994. Before joining WGN-TV, he worked as the weekend anchor and political reporter at KOTV-TV in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The highly-rated show celebrated its 25th Anniversary in September 2019 and has consistently come in first in the ratings.

Larry does inside-and-out anecdotes about history, science, and religion and that’s just the beginning. In 1996, he ventured out to Asia to do a multi-part arrangement on the way of life of Hong Kong and the progress of Chinese sway. His every day includes, “Larry’s World,” which investigates the strange, fun and some of the time lesser-known realities behind different mainstream society marvels and TV news production itself. In October 2018, WGN-TV debuted “Backstory” another series that runs occasionally as specials consistently. Potash investigates the backstory behind the absolute most captivating stories ever, culture, religion and science from Chicago and the past.

Larry has been recognized for his accomplishments in broadcasting. His 14 Emmy Awards include Best Magazine Show for his history program, “Backstory” in 2020. The Illinois Broadcasters Association likewise regarded him with ten Silver Dome awards for Best Anchor in Chicago. “Backstory” additionally got Silver Dome Awards for best narrative show in 2019 and 2020.