Tamsen Fadal Biography
Tamsen Fadal is a Lebanese-American television journalist, entrepreneur, investigative reporter and author who was born on December 4, 1970, Concord, Massachusetts, U.S. She is a news anchor at WPIX in New York City and also the author and host/executive producer of Broadway Profiles.
Fadal is also an author of many books and an advocate for Breast Cancer Awareness too. Fadal studied Journalism and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism in 1992 from the University of South Florida.
Tamsen Fadal Family | Parents
Tamsen Fadal was born on 4 December 1970, in Concord, Massachusetts, the United States of America to Lebanese parents. She holds dual citizenship, both Lebanese and American. Fadal’s ethnicity is Lebanese.
Is Tamsen Fadal Married | Husband | Divorce
Tamsen Fadal married Matt Titus on October 13, 2007, and continued her relationship for the next five years. The couple divorced on July 10, 2012 without having any children. Therefore, Fadal’s current marital status is divorced, with no information available on whether she is dating someone else.
Tamsen Fadal Age
Tamsen Fadal was born on 4 December 1970, in Concord, Massachusetts. Currently, she works as a news anchor at WPIX in New York City and also the author and host/executive producer of Broadway Profiles. She is 48 years old as of 2018.
Tamsen Fadal Height | Measurements
Fadal is of modest height standing at 5 feet 3 inches tall with a body weight of 60 kg. Her body figure stats are 36-26-38 inches and has brown hair and eyes. There is no publicly available information as pertains her shoe size and dress size.
Tamsen Fadal Net Worth
Fadal has amassed huge amounts of income from her job as a news journalist and also her career as an author where she sells her books. Fadal also earns from Jewelry sales from a jewelry line that she co-owns with her cousin, American actress Shannon Elizabeth. The two, together, own a jewelry line called “Shansen Jewelry”.She is estimated to have a net worth of $5.5 million.
Tamsen Fadal Career
Tamsen Fadal started her career working as a morning anchor for ‘WHNZ Radio’ in Tampa, Florida, U.S. in 1992 after her graduation from the University of South Florida in 1992. She also worked as a reporter for ‘WPGH-TV’ in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, ‘WFTV’ in Orlando, Florida, ‘WOWK-TV’ in Charleston, West Virginia and ‘KYW-TV’ in Philadelphia.
Fadal was appointed as the anchor and author for the 5 pm, 6 pm, and 10 pm show on the ‘PIX11 News’, after working for the above companies and gaining a bucket full of experience . She also worked as the anchor for ‘PIX11 Morning News’ in New York City. Fadal has also won Emmy awards for 8 times and has been an advocate in the fight against breast cancer.
Tamsen Fadal The New Single | Book
The New Single is an essential roadmap to helping women emerge from a big life change with confidence, grace and a recipe for self-care. I this book, author and emmy award winning television journalist Fadal shares her secrets, stories, and sometimes-painful lessons for surviving, thriving, living, and loving as one of a growing group of women.
Tamsen Fadal Wpix
Fadal joined the PIX11 News Team in the spring of 2008 and is the co-anchor of the PIX11 News at 5, 6 and 10 p.m. in New York City. She has anchored the station’s coverage of some of the most important breaking news stories in New York and the world since her arrival at PIX11. Among the top most coverages are Superstorm Sandy, the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, including the 2017 terror attack in SoHo, the election of 2016, the Eric Garner case and protests, and the visit of Pope Francis.
Tamsen Fadal Awards
- 2013 Regional Emmy award On-Camera Talent: Anchor- News Tamsen Fadal. July 17, 2013. (WPIX-TV). Composite.
- 2013 Regional Emmy award Remembering Mayor Ed Koch. February 1, 2013. (WPIX-TV). Tamsen Fadal, Anchor; Marvin Scott, Mary Murphy, Reporters; Jay Dow, Correspondent.
- Nominated 2015 Regional Emmy award Outstanding Regional News Story – Spot News – Metro-North Train Derailment – (WPIX-TV) Anchors – Tamsen Fadal, Scott Stanford.
- 2018 Regional Emmy award for Talent: Anchor – News” (WPIX-TV)
- 2018 Regional Emmy award for Reporter: News Special – Unrest in America, January 29, 2017. (WPIX-TV)
- 2018 Regional Emmy award for Talent: Commentator/Editorialist/Program Host/Moderator