Carl Monday Biography
Carl Monday is an American journalist. Currently, he is working for WJW-TV, FOX 8 in Cleveland, Ohio as an investigative TV reporter. He has done coverage of many national, regional, and local awards including a total of 48 Emmys from his stories on statues for breaking News, News Writing, and Crime Reporting.
Carl Monday Age
He is 69 years of age and was born in 1952 in the United States. He has not mentioned his dates and year of birth but research is ongoing and will be updated as soon as he reveals it to the general public.
Carl Monday Height
Carl stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (approx. 1.73 m).
Carl Monday Family
Carl was born in the United States to his wonderful and caring parents. However, information regarding his parents and siblings is not known but we will update you as soon as he reveals it to the public.
Carl Monday Wife
Carl is happily married to his loving and beautiful wife, Sandy for over 4 decades. The couple is blessed with a beautiful daughter who resides in Michigan. Moreover, the couple lives in Ohio and has been there for almost two decades.
Carl Monday Education
Carl attended and graduated from Garfield Heights High School. Furthermore, he furthered his education and graduated in 1973 from the University of Ken State.
Carl Monday Salary
Carl receives an annual average salary of $156,500. This is according to FOX 8 anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Carl Monday Net Worth
Carl has an estimated net worth of $4.2 million.https://anchorsdata.com/andria-borba/
Carl Monday Career
In March 2007, Carl joined the WJW-TV in Cleveland, Ohio and he is working as a chief investigative reporter. The Emmy award-winning journalist name, “Carl Monday” was initially an on-air pseudonym. Although, in 1972 it became his real legal name. In addition, Carl is often called Mike Wallace of Cleveland TV.
Carl worked on WXEN-FM before high school graduation airing news and sports. Also while at college, he worked at dozens of radio and TV stations as a correspondent while still working for the University News Service. While still a junior he worked at WJAN-TV in Canton as the anchor of 10 o’clock.