Lonnie Quinn Biography
Lonnie is an American Newscaster and actor who serves for WCBS-TV in New York City. as the senior weather anchor. Quinn used to host CBS This Morning Saturday and currently appears on the CBS Evening News. He frequently appears for weather reports on sister radio station WCBS-AM 880.
Lonnie Quinn Age
Quinn was born on August 9th, 1963, in Cheshire, Connecticut, USA.
Lonnie Quinn Height
Lonnie stands at 5 feet and 9 inches tall.
Lonnie Quinn Education
Quinn pursued a bachelor’s degree in Communication from the University of Boston. During his time on Campus, he was a swimming team member. He is also currently a holder of a Federal Aviation Administration Certificate.
Lonnie Quinn Nationality
Quinn is of American nationality.
Lonnie Quinn Ethnicity
Lonnie is of Caucasian ethnicity.
Lonnie Quinn Parents
His parents raised Lonnie in Cheshire, Connecticut, USA. He was raised in a family consisting of six brothers and sisters. However, no more details are available concerning his parents’ identity and background in the limelight.
Lonnie Quinn Wife
Quinn is married to Sharon Quinn. In early 2020 Lonnie and his wife celebrated their 13th marriage anniversary. The couple resides in Manhattan’s Upper West Side with their three kids. No rumors about divorce or affairs are on the air the couple is happy with their marriage.
Lonnie Quinn Children
Lonnie is a father to three children, three daughters, and one son. His firstborn child is his son named Nata Quinn, born on June 24th from a previous relationship. Quinn graduated on May 2019 from Cornell University. He had previously schooled in The Bronx High School of Science at the high school level. His second daughter Lily Quinn was born in July 2012, and his later born, Savannah Quinn was three years later on June 4th, 2015.
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Quinn formerly worked at WTVJ in Miami, Florida, for five years. Quinn started as an actor on ABC’s All My Children, his first job on television. Through the experience gained, he developed confidence in front of the camera, which assisted him in growing in the industry’s local and national broadcasting.
After transitioning from acting to broadcasting, his first role in the newsroom he joined as a cameraman at WVIR in Charlottesville, VA. After three months into the cameraman job, he took the position of a reporter in front of the camera leading to his recognition. Soon he has delegated duties of full-time reporting and broadcasting the weathercasts on weekends. During his time at Charlottesville, he reported on major events, including Thomas Jefferson/ Sally Hemings’s controversy at the University of Virginia hospital story of the famous baby switch. Quinn covered Emily Couric’s rising political career widely before her unfortunate death in October 2001.
He later moved to Miami, Florida, which marked his career’s turning point. He got a full-time weather reporter promotion and developed his own exclusive style in the same period. Quinn became one of Miami’s most popular on-air personnel by 2005 and led the surrounding through the most active hurricane season in history. He served alongside Max Mayfield for five years at the National Hurricane Center. Moreover, Quinn joined the Hurricane Hunters collecting data on a level 5 hurricane. He is a private pilot and holds a meteorology certification from the FAA.
During his time as an actor, Quinn got recognition for performing on ABC’s All, My Children in the role of Will Cooney from 1988 to 1990. He also played from 1992 to 1993 on the former NBC soap opera Santa Barbara performing as Rich Landers.
Lonnie Quinn Salary
Lonnie earns an estimated annual salary of $96 655.
Lonnie Quinn Networth
Quinn has a net worth of approximately $ 1.2 million.