Chris Wragge Biography
Chris Wragge is an American news correspondent and reporter. Wragge works as the co-anchor alongside Mary Calvi at CBS 2 News This Morning and CBS2 News At Noon. He joined the network since the year 2004.
Chris Wragge Age
Wragge was born on June 19, 1970, in Hackensack, New Jersey, USA.
Chris Wragge Height
Wragge stands at the height of 5 feet and 11 inches tall.
Chris Wragge Education
Wragge attended Mahwah High School, where he actively participated as an athlete, earning him a football scholarship. Later, he then graduated with a degree in Liberal Arts from the University of New Hampshire.
Chris Wragge Nationality
Wragge is of American nationality.
Chris Wragge Parents
Chris was born in Hackensack, New Jersey, and grew up in Rutherford. He traveled as a pre-teen to Mahwah. He has, however, not revealed the identity and background of his parents or any sibling.
Chris Wragge Wife
Wragge is married to Sarah Siciliano. Chris and Sarah have been married since 2015. Wragge and his wife reside in Manhattan.
Chris was previously married to Victoria Silvstedt. Victoria serves as a Swedish model, actress, and television personality. The couple met in 1999 at an interview for Entertainment Tonight. They wedded in 2000 and divorced after nine years of marriage in 2009.
Chris Wragge Children
Chris and Sarah, his second wife, are blessed with a son who was born in 2016, Christian Price Wragge II, and a daughter born in 2021, who they named Winnie. The family of four resides in Manhattan.
Chris Wragge WCBS TV
Wragge joined WMUR-TV in Manchester, New Hampshire as a sports anchor. His first television appearance was as a broadcaster as part of a 48 Hours exposé on National Basketball Association Spring Break 1991. Later, he moved to work on WVIT-TV, an NBC affiliate in Hartford, Connecticut, for the nightly sportscasts as an anchor. Wragge also served at NBC Sports as an anchor reported on the WNBA, the NBA, the Olympics, Notre Dame football, the Sun America Sportsdesk, and the Gator Bowl. Chris was a correspondent with the nationally syndicated entertainment news show Entertainment Tonight from 1996 to 1997. He conducted his first interview with Kurt Russell, the actor, reporting on the Emmys, the Oscars, and the Grammys.
In 1998, Wragge worked as Sports Director and anchor of the nightly sportscasts with NBC Sports on News2Houston on KPRC-TV in Houston, Texas. He won the 2002 Associated Press Best Sportscast Honor for the Houston area. While still working with NBC Sports and KPRC in December 2000, Wragge joined on-site correspondent for PGA Tour Sunday with USA Sports as well as the leading broadcast partner of the PGA Tour. He also served as a presenter with HGTV, DIY, and the Travel Channel.
Wragge joined WCBS-TV after long-time sportscaster Warner Wolf was abruptly fired. He joined as a lead sports reporter in 2004. Chris became a news broadcaster for CBS2 News at Noon and 5 p.m. besides Kristine Johnson on November 6, 2006. Wragge joined as the senior weekday reporter of CBS News The Early Show alongside Erica Hill. He also served as a reporter for a few years on the Saturday version. In September 2011, he returned to WCBS, taking the place of Don Dahler as co-anchor at 6 p.m. New York’s WCBS-TV, alongside Dana Tyler. In February 2013, Wragge was later moved to CBS 2 News This Morning as an anchor and CBS 2 News at Noon. Hence leaving Dana Tyler working alone at 6 p.m. on CBS 2 News.
Chris Wragge Salary
Wragge receives an annual salary of $75 000.
Chris Wragge Networth
Wragge has an estimated net worth ranging between $1.5 million.
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