Alex Caprariello works as a West Coast correspondent for NewsNation Network based in Los Angeles since September 2021. Before, Alex was a reporter for KXAN-TV in Austin.
Alex Caprariello Age
He was born on 14th December in Raleigh, North Carolina. However, he has not disclosed his exact age.
Alex Caprariello Height
Alex Caprariello is slightly tall and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Alex Caprariello Education
In 2006, he went to Middleton High School, and later he graduated in 2009. He earned a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Business/Corporate Communications from the W.P. Carey School of Business. Alex Caprariello also received a Master’s degree in Sports Journalism from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in 2016.
Alex Caprariello family
Alex Caprariello was born in Raleigh, North Carolina and he has also resided in New Jersey, Fayetteville, Wisconsin, Phoenix, Arkansas, Arizona, Madison, and most recently Austin, Texas. His parents married on August 4, 1979. His father, Charles Michael “Chunk” Caprariello, was a New York Cowboy while his mother, Linda Caprariello passed away on July 13, 2018, aged 70 years old. Alex has two siblings, Peter and Andrew who are elder than him.
Alex Caprariello Wife
Alex Caprariello is in a relationship with Sarah Liuzza but they are not married. They live together in Los Angeles. Sarah Liuzza turned 30 years old, on 12th October 2021.
Alex Caprariello Salary
Caprariello receives an average salary of $78,565 per year.
Alex Caprariello Net Worth
Alex Caprariello has an estimated net worth ranging between $500,000 to $1 million.
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Alex Caprariello Awards
Caprariello won some awards that included a Lone Star Emmy for his two-part investigative series, Racism at Westlake while in Austin. Within the halls of a dominant academic and athletic high school in the Texas suburbs, the investigation uncovered years of alleged racism.
He was awarded from the Association of Texas Professional Educators, the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Texas State Teachers Association.