Randi Kaye Biography
Randi Kaye works as an investigative reporter for Anderson Cooper 360° at CNN. Before she worked on CNN Newsroom as an anchor of the 1:00–2:00 pm ET weekday slot. He got a degree in broadcast journalism in 1989 from Boston University.
Randi Kaye Age
Randi Kaye aged 54 years old as of 2021, was born in New York, the U.S. on November 19, 1967.
Randi Kaye Height
Kaye is 5 feet 5 inches/ 1.7m tall.
Randi Kaye Weight
Kaye has managed to keep her personal life away from the public, research is ongoing will update you on this soon.
Randi Kaye Education
Kaye got a degree in broadcast journalism in 1989 from Boston University.
Randi Kaye Family
Kayes parents are Gilbert D. and Joyce Kaye, in 2002 her dad sadly committed suicide and she openly spoke about his death with Anderson Cooper sharing out her struggles and promoting suicide awareness, we are still on the subject and researching more on it will update it as soon as information is available.
Randi Kaye Husband
Kaye is a married woman to Ross Holland, however, she hasn’t shared out any more details on her love life, research is still ongoing and will be updated soon.
Randi Kaye Kids
Kaye hasn’t shared out on whether she has kids or not, research on this is ongoing and will be updated soon.
Randi Kaye Salary
Kaye annually receives a salary of $ 400 k. This is in accordance with CNN News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Randi Kaye Net Worth
Kayes estimated net worth is $ 1.2 million dollars.
Randi Kaye Career
Kayes’s career started in New York City at ABC where she worked together with the former World News Tonight anchor Peter Jennings for five years. She began working for CNN News as a national correspondent in 2004, as of now she works for Anderson Cooper 360° as an investigative reporter. Before she worked on CNN Newsroom as an anchor of the 1:00–2:00 pm ET weekday slot. In 2006, for her coverage of a Current Business News Story for her reporting on black market infertility, this story reported on the risky and illegal ways infertile couples chose to have kids due to the high cost of in-vitro medications, earned her an Emmy. He got a degree in broadcast journalism in 1989 from Boston University.