Paul LaRosa Bio, CBS, Age, Net Worth, Height, Wife, Awards, Education

Paul LaRosa
Paul LaRosa

Paul LaRosa CBS, Biography and Wiki

Paul LaRosa is an American CBS News writer & Producer, journalist, author, and book reviewer. Paul is a four-time Emmy Award winner and won every major television journalism award and numerous awards when he was a print reporter.

LaRosa started his career at the Daily News in 1975 and started as a copyboy. He was later promoted to a reporter working on various beats, including crime, Labor, and city government, and worked there until 1990.

LaRosa’s tenure at CBS News started in 1992. He has been producing stories for 48 Hours and wrote four true crime books, beginning with 2006’s Tacoma Confidential: A True Story of Murder, Suicide, and a Police Chief’s Secret Life.

In 2012, Paul wrote a memoir titled Leaving Story Avenue: My Journey From the Projects to the Front Page which covers his life from his rough upbringing to his career as a reporter and producer. Paul has also written the novel Get Back, Imagine Saving John Lennon, under the pseudonym Donovan Day. Lately, he has been writing book reviews for the New York Journal of Books.

Paul LaRosa Age and Birthday

Larosa was born on April 18, 1953, in East Harlem, New York City, United States. He is 70 years old. His birth sign is Aries.

Paul LaRosa Height and Weight

LaRosa stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs approximately 75 kg.

Paul LaRosa Family

Currently, there is no information about his parents or siblings since Paul has not yet disclosed anything regarding his family.

Paul LaRosa

Paul LaRosa Wife | Relationship

LaRosa’s relationship status maintains a discreet image since he has not disclosed any information concerning his relationship affairs.

Paul LaRosa’s Education

LaRosa graduated from Cardinal Hayes High School in the Bronx and later joined Fordham University in New York City.

Paul LaRosa Net Worth

LaRosa, an American television producer has an estimated net worth of $3 million as of 2024.

Paul LaRosa’s Awards

  • Co-winner of the Meyer Berger Award along with Anna Quindlen in 1983.
  •  Won a 2002 Emmy Ward as a reporter for the CBS documentary 9/11.
  • Won a 2002 Peabody Award.
  •  A 2003 Christopher Award.
  • Won a 2003 Edward R. Murrow Award for producing 9/11.
  • Won three Gracie Awards
  • Won a New York Press Club Award in the Special Event category for a piece he wrote and produced titled “A Nation Divided.”

LaRosa’s Social Media

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