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Courtney Friel is an American journalist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania currently working as a news anchor for KTLA-TV News.
Courtney Friel Biography
Friel went to Methacton High School in Eagleville, Pennsylvania, where she regularly made the televised morning announcements and was active in the school’s media production class. She was chosen to appear in Channel One News’ student-produced week in Los Angeles, following her short video submission. Friel is a graduate of San Diego State University, with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.
Friel is well known for her previous work having covered entertainment for Fox owned-and-operated station KTTV in Los Angeles and also for Fox News Channel and other local stations.
Before joining KTLA, Friel was the entertainment reporter at Fox News Channel, notable for her contribution to a number of entertainment-related programs for the network’s website, FoxNews.com.
Courtney Friel Age
Courtney Friel was born on 22 April 1980 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.
Courtney Friel Height
Friel stands at a height of 1.67 m.
Courtney Friel Husband
Friel was married to a CBS News correspondent, Carter Evans and the couple has two children. In 2016 the two divorced citing irreconcilable diffrences.
Courtney Friel Salary
As a KTLA-TV anchor, Friel recieves an annual salary of about $142874.
Courtney Friel Net Worth
Friel has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars. Credits to her successful career as anchor and journalist.
Courtney Friel Career
Friel has worked for GoTV Mobile Television as a sports anchor and entertainment reporter and also the hostess for the World Poker Tour on the Travel Channel. Prior to that, Friel was a co-anchor of The Saturday Night Solution, a Court TV program. She also worked for various networks including E! Entertainment, Oxygen Channel and Comcast Cable, the World Poker Tour as a field reporter.
In 2003, Friel worked as an anchor at ABC affiliate WBBJ-TV in Jackson, Tennessee. She arrived at WBBJ in May 2003 during the tornado outbreak sequence and covered the devastation in Jackson. In February 2007, she joined Fox News Channel. Friel has also made appearances in Maxim and FHM.