Lonnie Quinn Biography
Lonnie William Quinn better known as Lonnie Quinn is an American weather anchor currently working for WCBS-TV in New York City.
He was born on August 9th, 1963 in Cheshire, Connecticut. He has 6 brothers and sisters. Lonnie Quinn lives in the Upper West Side of Manhattan together with his wife, Sharon. He attended Boston College and graduated magna cum laude with a B.A in speech communications.
Lonnie Quinn Age
He was born on August 9th, 1963 in Cheshire, Connecticut. He is 55 years old as of 2018.
Lonnie Quinn Wife
Lonnie Quinn lives in the Upper West Side of Manhattan together with his wife, Sharon.Lonnie Quinn
Lonnie Quinn Kids
He has a son, Nate, and two daughters, Lily and Savannah.
Lonnie Quinn Net Worth | Lonnie Quinn Salary
He earns an estimated $ 250, 000 annually. He has an estimated net worth of around $ 3 million.
Lonnie Quinn Career | Lonnie Quinn CBS2 | Lonnie Quinn WCBS-TV
Lonnie is the Chief weathercaster at CBS2 News at 5,6 and 11 during weekdays. He is also the national weather anchor for CBS This Morning Saturday. He joined WCBS-TV in 2007 from WTVJ in Miami after working there for 5 years.
He actually started his TV career as an actor on the show, All My Children, aired on ABC. The experience allowed him to develop comfort in front of the camera and this has helped him greatly in local and national broadcasting.
He landed his first job at WVIR located in Charlottesville where he was hired as a cameraman. After 3 months in the job, he got a chance to report in front of the camera. After some time, his full duties changed to reporting and weathercasts during weekends.
While at WVIR, he covered numerous stories including the famous baby switch at the University of Virginia hospital. He also reported extensively on the rising political career of Emily Couric before her unfortunate death in October 2001.
He was promoted to a full-time anchor and moved to Miami. By 2005, he was Miami’s most popular on-air personalities and covered the Hurricane story that year. He worked closely with Max Mayfield for 5 years at the Nationa; Hurrican Center.
He then joined the Hurrican Hunters and collected data on category 5 hurricane as they flew through the eye of Isabel off the coast of North Carolina. He is a private pilot as well and has a meteorology certification from the FAA.
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CBS weather anchor asks $2.19M for West Side co-op
TV personality Lonnie Quinn — the lead weather anchor for CBS New York and the national weather anchor for “CBS This Morning” — and his wife Sharon are listing their Upper West Side home for $2.19 million.
He bought the place for $1.27 million in June 2009.
The newly renovated prewar co-op, at 150 W. 87th St., features three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The home opens to a foyer that leads to a windowed, open kitchen with an island. There’s also an open dining/living room with a wall of windows and beamed ceilings.
The building comes with bike storage, a common laundry room and a roof deck with Central Park views.
The listing brokers are Douglas Elliman’s Jacky Teplitzky and Barak Dunayer.