Al Terzi Bio-Wiki, Age, Family, Wife, Fox61, Height, Salary and Net Worth

Al Terzi

Al Terzi Biography and Wiki

Al Terzi is an American Emmy-Award-winning journalist who currently works as a political anchor for Fox 61 News in the Hartford area. For his longevity and professionalism in the industry, Terzi earned the name Dean of Connecticut News anchors. He is a winner of the Best Newscast award, UConn Huskies Basketball series winner, and also a member of Professional Journalists.

He graduated from Charter Oak State College with a Bachelor’s degree in East Asian Languages ( i.e Chinese and Korean). Al then proceeded to Yale University and Central Connecticut State University for further studies. Additionally, he holds a degree in law from the University of Connecticut School of Law located in Hartford.

Al Terzi Age and Birthday

Terzi is 73 years old as of 2021. He was born in Hartford, Connecticut, United States of America.

Al Terzi Height

He stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.

Al Terzi Family

His family still lives in Hartford, Connecticut area where he was born and brought up. On the other side, Terzi has not mentioned his parents and siblings to the public.

Al Terzi Wife

He is married to his wife Carolyn Terzi. Al got married to his wife more than two decades ago and together are blessed with two sons, Tony Terzi and Michael J. Terzi. His son Tony Terzi is a journalist working for Fox 61 News.

Al Terzi Salary

Working as a news anchor and reporter for Fox 61 News, Terzi receives a salary ranging from $40,000 to $100,000 annually.

Al Terzi Net Worth

Terzi’s net worth ranges from $300,000 to $1 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from his career as a successful journalist.

Al Terzi Fox 61

Al Terzi is an American Emmy-Award-winning journalist who currently works as a political anchor for Fox 61 News in the Hartford area. For his longevity and professionalism in the industry, Terzi earned the name Dean of Connecticut News anchors.

He is a winner of the Best Newscast award, UConn Huskies Basketball series winner, and also a member of Professional Journalists.

Between April 1980 to January 1994, Terzi was working as a prime anchor at WTNH-TV8 (ABC) in New Haven, CT before returning to Channel 3. Later, His colleague Janet Peckinpaugh complained about sexual harassment while working with Al at WTNH

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