Annie Mccormick Biography
This is what you need to know about Annie Mccormick, an American general assignment reporter currently working for 6ABC Action News since September 2012. Before joining 6ABC News, Mccormick worked as the weekend anchor and reporter in Harrisburg.
Annie Mccormick Age
Details about Mccormick’s date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Annie Mccormick Height
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Annie Mccormick Family
Annie is a wife to Andrew Marsico. She has not revealed any details about her parents hence this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Annie Mccormick Husband
Mccormick is happily married to Andrew Marsico. The couple does not have any children yet. In September 2014, her husband was accused of sexual assault where it was involving a 27-year-old woman last year.
Andrew Marsico, 41, of Center City, was then sentenced to five years’ probation under a plea deal negotiated by his attorney, Fortunato “Fred” Perri Jr., and Assistant District Attorney Adam Geer.
Annie Mccormick Salary
Mccormick receives an annual average salary of $85,198. This is according to 6abc News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Annie Mccormick Net Worth
Mccormick has an estimated Net Worth of $10k to $100k dollars. Her career as a News anchor is her primary source of income.
Annie Mccormick Education
Annie is graduated from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA with a major in Communications and minor in Music. She is also a South Jersey native and a graduate of Moorestown High School in Moorestown, N.J.
Annie Mccormick 6ABC News
Mccormick is an American general assignment reporter currently working for 6ABC Action News since September 2012. Before joining 6ABC News, Mccormick worked as the weekend anchor and reporter in Harrisburg.
She began her proffesional career in journalism as a photo intern in The White House press office. After her college, She worked s a photojournalist for newspapers and wire services in the Tri-State area including The New York Times, the Associated Press, The Philadelphia Daily News, US Weekly and Star magazines, among others.
She also served on the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers Board for several years. She also created the series “Wanted in Central PA,” which profiled local fugitives and worked closely with U.S. Marshals to track down Megan’s Law offenders.