Alicia Vitarelli Biography
This is what you need to know about Alicia Vitarelli, an American well known News anchor currently working for 6 ABC Action News in Philadelphia since October 2010. She currently is a co-anchor of Action News at 5 along with Rick Williams and Sharrie.
Alicia Vitarelli Age
Vitarelli was born in on January 1, 1978, in New York City, USA. She is 42 years old as of 2020. She also celebrates her birthday on 1 Jan every year. Her birth sign is Capricorn.
Alicia Vitarelli Height
- Not Known.
Alicia Vitarelli Family
Alicia is a wife to Matthew Pantaleno and parents to a daughter. Her father’s name is Albert J. Vitarelli and her mother’s name is Elizabeth Ann Vitarelli. However, she also has a step-mother named Sharon Vitarelli. Her mother is the Director of Nursing at Abbey Delray, Florida. And her father is a retired President of Ford in Manhattan.
Alicia Vitarelli Husband
Vitarelli is happily married to Mathew Pantaleno since 2007 April 20, Our Lady of Angels Church in Brooklyn. Her husband was Chief Photographer at WNBC. The couple is blessed with a daughter Priscilla Isabelle born on January 2014.
Alicia Vitarelli Wedding
The couple tied the knot on 20 April 2007, in Brooklyn, New York, United States
Alicia Vitarelli Salary
Vitarelli receives an annual average salary of $78,593. This is according to 6ABC News anchors/reporters salaries.
Alicia Vitarelli Net Worth
Vitarelli has an estimated Net Worth of $100k – $1 million dollars. Her career as a news reporter is her primary source of income.
Alicia Vitarelli Education
Vitarelli graduated from Villanova University with degrees in communications, Spanish, and theatre, and has a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.
Alicia Vitarelli 6ABC News
Vitarelli is an American well known News anchor currently working for 6 ABC Action News in Philadelphia since October 2010. She currently is a co-anchor of Action News at 5 along with Rick Williams and Sharrie. She also worked as an anchor and reporter for Time Warner cable network NY1, a 24-hour channel in New York City.
Alicia co-anchored Action News at 4 until October 2019 with Brian Taff and Sharrie Williams. Before joining 6 ABC News, Vitarelli worked for News 12 New Jersey, where she was the morning and afternoon anchor for two and a half years. She was also the producer and host of Buck Wild, a weekly bargain-hunting segment that aired on Wednesdays.