Alexandra Limon Biography
Alexandra Limon is a news reporter and news anchor presently working. Since August 2017 in Washington, DC, at the KGET-TV station as a news reporter. She covered the federal government stories.
That face people at home and the state congressional delegation news. Limon served to report in both English and Spanish as a news reporter before joining KGET-TV. She reported news on different places like Fresno, Los Angeles, Seattle, Fresno, and Reno.
Alexandra Limon Age
Limon was born in Southern California, Monrovia, CA, in the United States. She is 40years as of 2021. But, is no information about his birthday, day, date, and year of birth.
Alexandra Limon Height
She stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx 1.72 m tall.
Alexandra Limon Education
Limon attended California University and received a bachelor’s degree in Communications. After finishing her primary and high school diplomas.
Alexandra Limon Family
Limon likes to keep his life private away from the social forums concerning his family members and siblings, despite being a public figure.
Alexandra Limon Husband
Limon is married to her handsome husband whose name is not mentioned in public affairs. The duo is blessed to have a baby boy called Lincoln. They enjoy spending their free time taking food. From around the world, traveling, swimming, hiking, and spending time. With their dog called Cooper and cats described as Midori and Sam.
Alexandra Limon Salary
Limon receives an annual salary of $40,000 – $ 110,500, according to KGET-TV News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Alexandra Limon’s Net worth
She has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Alexandra Limon Career
Limon began doing local news in the year 2014, in Washington, DC most importantly. She served to report in both English and Spanish as a news reporter before joining KGET-TV.
Limon served in Arizona from the US-Mexico border for the Telemundo network moreso. She covered issues to do with drug trafficking and immigration. Limon also covers the federal government stories. That affects people at home and the state Congressional delegation.