Courtney Friel Biography and Wiki
Courtney Friel is an American journalist who currently works for KTLA Channel 5 News in Los Angeles. She joined KTLA 5 News team in 2013 after working with Fox News for almost 6 years. She was a New York correspondent, headline anchor, and fill-in host for Fox & Friends.
Courtney Friel Age and Birthday
She is 41 years old as of now. Friel was born on April 22, 1980, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America.
Courtney Friel Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches.
Courtney Friel Family
Friel’s family currently lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the United States where she was born and raised up. On the other hand, she has not given any details concerning her parents and siblings.
Courtney Friel Husband
Courtney was married to fellow journalist Carter Evans. The two first met while working at KNSD News in San Diego, found love, and decided to get married in May 2005. In 2006, Courtney and Carter decided to end their marriage through a divorce. They also share two kids together, Evans jr. and Cameron Kaiulani Evans. In 2020, Courtney got married to her second husband Jim Hecht.
Courtney Friel Salary
According to KTLA estimates, Courtney receives an annual salary ranging from $25,500 – $75,800. Her contract with the exact figures is yet to be released.
Courtney Friel Net Worth
Friel has a net worth of $200,000. This amount is from her extensive career among other investments.
Courtney Friel Book
Courtney is also an author who has authored Tonight At 10 book. The book gives a comprehensive story and her long struggle with alcohol addiction and her 10-year journey of overcoming it.
Courtney Friel KTLA 5
Courtney is an American journalist who currently works for KTLA Channel 5 News in Los Angeles. She joined KTLA 5 News team in 2013 after working with Fox News for almost 6 years. She was a New York correspondent, headline anchor, and fill-in host for Fox & Friends. She has also anchored and reported for the CBS affiliate in Palm Springs and ABC station in Jackson, Tenn.
Courtney hosted “The World Poker Tour” on the Travel Channel and “The Saturday Night Solution” on Court TV. She has also reported for various shows including America’s Most Wanted, “Extra, E! News, Oxygen’s Trackers, and got her start in the industry as a student reporter for Channel One News. She also worked as an entertainment reporter for KTTV-TV.