Sharyn Alfonsi 60 Minutes, Biography and Wiki
Sharyn Elizabeth Alfonsi is an American journalist and correspondent for 60 minutes since March 1, 2015. She is a two-time Emmy award winner and also won the prestigious DuPont-Columbia Journalism award.
Alfonsi started her career in 1995 at KHBS-KHOG-TV in Fort Smith, Arkansas. She then joined WVEC-TV in Norfolk, Virginia, KIRO-TV in Seattle, Washington, and later WBZ-TV in Boston.
In 2002, she was hired by Dan Rather at CBS News and left the network in 2008 for ABC News. In 2011, she returned to CBS to work for 60 Minutes Sports. She made he debut on 60 Minutes on March 1, 2015, with an investigative story about fraud after Hurricane Sandy which led to a congressional investigation.
Sharyn Alfonsi Age and Birthday
Alfonsi was born on June 3, 1972, in Mississippi, United States of America. Sharyn is 50 years old and her Zodiac sign is Gemini.
Sharyn Alfonsi Height and Weight
Alfonsi is a gorgeous woman who stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs about 58 kg.
Sharyn Alfonsi Family/Parents and Siblings
Alfonsi was born in Mississippi and grew up in McLean Virginia. She has two younger brothers Joseph Martin and Kay Francis. Unfortunately, information about her parent’s identities is currently unavailable since Sharyn has not yet disclosed her parent’s identities.
Sharyn Alfonsi Education
After attending high school in McLean, Virginia, Sharyn graduated with honors in 1994, from the University of Mississippi in Oxford.
Sharyn Alfonsi’s Husband
Alfonsi is happily married to her husband Matt Eby. The couple has been married for more than two decades and blessed with two children, a daughter named Flynn and a son named Wyatt.
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Sharyn Alfonsi’s Net Worth
Alfonsi, an award-winning journalist, and correspondent has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2023.
How Much is Sharyn Alfonsi’s Salary?
Being one of the top journalists for 60 Minutes, Alfonsi earns an average annual salary starting from $100,000.
Sharyn Alfonsi Awards
- Alfonsi received two Emmy awards for her reporting following the Parkland High School Shooting in 2019.
- Alfonsi and her producers won the prestigious DuPont-Columbia University of Journalism Award in 2019 for their reporting from the US/Mexico border.
- In 2020, Sharyn was also recognized with a Gracie Award by the Alliance for Women in Media for Outstanding News/News Magazine talent.
- Sharyn also earned a Writers Guide Award for her investigative story about fraud which led to a congressional investigation.