Gary Tuchman works in Atlanta for CNN as a national correspondent, he began working here in 1990, additionally, he works for the Anderson Cooper 360 program as a staff correspondent.
Gary Tuchman Age
Gary was born in the United States of America in 1961. As of 2021, he is 60 years old.
Gary Tuchman Height
Gary is 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.
Gary Tuchman Education
Gary schooled at Boston University earned a Bachelor of Science degree in broadcast journalism. In 2003, she got honored with a Distinguished Alumni Award from the university.
Gary Tuchman Family
Gary was born in the United States of America to her parents, her father is called Ronald E. Tuchman. However, he has not shared any more information on his parents and siblings research is ongoing and will be updated soon.
Gary Tuchman Wife
Gary is a married man to Katherine M. Stark, they exchanged vows in 1990, Their wedding ceremony in Manhattan at the Waldorf-Astoria, was a Jewish ceremony.
Gary Tuchman Kid
Gary has one kid, Lindsay Tuchman who works in Salisbury, Maryland at WBOC-TV as a reporter, the same station her dad began in, she was born on Sep 4, 1991.
Gary Tuchman Salary
Gary annually earns a salary of $ 87,945. This is according to CNN correspondents salaries.
Gary Tuchman Net Worth
Gary has an estimated net worth of $ 1.6 million.
Gary Tuchman Career
Gary Tuchman works in Atlanta for CNN as a national correspondent, he began working here in 1990, additionally, he works for the Anderson Cooper 360 program as a staff correspondent. Prior to this, he worked in West Palm Beach, Fla, as an anchor and reporter at WPEC-TV for five years old. He got an Emmy Award nomination for the series he did, named on the Intifada from the Gaza Strip and West Bank. Previously, he worked in Salisbury, Md as a reporter and anchor for WBOC-TV, during his stay here he had received a number of Associated Press awards.
He has covered various events such as the nation’s first “Loya Jirga” since the fall of the Taliban, in 2005, he covered hurricanes Katrina, Rita as well as Wilma in Louisiana, Florida, and Texas, he reported with the U.S. Air Force during the war in Iraq in 2003, he had been here days before the war began, In 2006, he went back to Iraq with members of the U.S. Air Force on missions, he traveled to Afghanistan and spent weeks reporting throughout the country in 2002, and he was among the few reporters who were allowed into a coal mine during a search and rescue operation in2007.