Ukee Washington Biography | Wiki
Ukee Washington is an American award-winning journalist, anchor and reporter currently working as an evening co-anchor with Jessica Kartalija at CBS 3 Eyewitness News and Eyewitness News at 10 p.m. on The CW Philly 57 in Philadelphia. He also hosts CBS 3’s popular Brotherly Love segment profiling people who have had a positive impact in their communities.
Ukee Washington Education
Ukee studied at Dover High School. He then attended and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of Richmond. He is a great fan of Richmond’s Spiders men’s basketball team.
Ukee Washington Age | Birthday
How old is Ukee? Ukee is 63 years old as of 2021. He was born Ulysses Samuel Washington III on August 20, 1958, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America. His birthday is always celebrated on 20th August of every year. ALSO READ: Rob Schmitt
Ukee Washington Nationality | Ethnicity
Washington holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. He is of African-American ethnicity/heritage.
Ukee Washington Height
Ukee stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 m).
Ukee Washington Family | Parents | Mother
Washington was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by his parents. He is the son of the late (father) Ulysses Samuel Washington Jr., was an American football coach and long-time professor at Delaware State University. Details regarding his mother and siblings are currently not yet available.
Ukee Washington Sister
Ukee’s information regarding if he has sisters or siblings is currently under research. We will update his information regarding his sister once confirmed available. However, he is related to actor Denzel Washington.
Ukee Washington Wife | Partner
Is Ukee Washington married? Washington is currently married to his wife Laurie Washington. However, details regarding their wedding and children is currently not yet available.
Ukee Washington Salary
Ukee currently working as an evening co-anchor at CBS 3 Eyewitness News in Philadelphia earns an estimated annual salary of $98,500.
Ukee Washington Net Worth
Washington is an American journalist, anchor and reporter who has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Ukee Washington CBS 3 | Wikipedia
Ukee currently serves as an evening co-anchor with Jessica Kartalija at CBS 3 Eyewitness News and Eyewitness News at 10 p.m. on The CW Philly 57 in Philadelphia. He also hosts CBS 3’s popular Brotherly Love segment profiling people who have had a positive impact in their communities.
Washington joined the Channel 3 newsgroup as a games anchor in July 1986. In 1996, he moved over to the news work area as early morning and early afternoon anchor. In July 2015, he was elevated to anchor of the evening releases of Eyewitness News.
Since that time, Ukee has been upfront anchoring a portion of the district’s most paramount stories remembering Super Storm Sandy for 2012, the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia and Pope Francis’ noteworthy visit to the City in 2015. Likewise, the adaptable anchor’s tasks have run the range from hosting the 2015 Philadelphia Mayoral Candidates Forum to going in the slammer to interview a secondary school cohort waiting for capital punishment. Ukee has even visitor co-hosted on the famous CBS network television show, THE TALK multiple times, in 2013, 2014 and 2016.
As a young person, he had a passion in music. Ukee Washington an individual from the Philadelphia Boys Choir’s “world-class,” he made a trip to Russia, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Denmark and Mexico to perform. The two encounters demonstrated accommodating in his broadcasting profession as host of the station’s live broadcasts of the Philadelphia Orchestra and his live coverage of the 1998 Winter Olympic Games from Nagano, Japan.
Preceding coming home to the Philadelphia region, Ukee was a games anchor at WBBH-TV in Fort Myers, Florida and at WSB-TV in Atlanta. He is an alum of the University of Richmond. Today, he makes his home in Wilmington, Delaware.
Among his distinctions, he was named to both the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2015 and the Philadelphia Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame in 2008. In February 2017, Philadelphia’s City Council confirmed what the majority of us have definitely known – it named Ukee a “Remarkable person” during its uncommon Black History Month recognition.