Chris Wragge CBS, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, and Illness

Chris Wragge Biography and Wiki

Chris Wragge is an American journalist from CBS 2 News in New York. He was born in Hackensack, New Jersey, and raised in Rutherford.

They late relocated to Mahwah where he attended his high school and participated in sports. Chris graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication. He is passionate when it comes to sports and decided to pursue a career in professional sports casting.

Chris later became a sports reporter for WMUR-TV in Manchester, New Hampshire. This was his first time to appear on television. He worked with different Media Houses as a sportscast and was among the Best News Anchor category and is a recipient of 21 Emmy Awards.

Chris Wragge Age

He was born on June 19, 1970, in Hackensack, New Jersey, and raised in Rutherford where they later relocated to Mahwah. Chris is 50 years old in 2020.

Chris Wragge Height

Drawing from his photos, Chris appears to be a man of average-stature. His estimated height is around 5 feet 11 inches (Approx 5.9 m).

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Chris Wragge Family

Chris was born in Hackensack and was raised by his parents in New Jersey. However, there is no much available information concerning his family.

Chris Wragge Wife

He first married a Swedish actress and telephone profile named Victoria Silvstedt. They separated in 2007 followed by divorce since their marriage was growing weak as the days went by. Trouble in paradise started when a photo of his wife with another man leaked on social media. After the divorce, Chris became romantically involved with Sarah Siliciliano whom he dated for a year and later married in the year 2015. The two are blessed with a son named Christian Price Wragge.

Chris Wragge Married

Chris first tied the knot with Victoria Silvstedt whom he later divorced due to marital problems. He then met Sarah Siliciliano whom he dated for a year before they exchanged the wedding vows in 2015.

Chris Wragge Illness

He experienced food poisoning and had to rush to the hospital to seek treatment. According to his post, it seems that he was admitted to the New York hospital. The condition made him miss his CBS show for a whole week.

Chris Wragge CBS

Chris began his career as a sports reporter on the WMUR-TV in Manchester, New Hampshire. He later became an anchor for the nightly sportscasts on WVIT-TV. Chris has been a reporter in different Media Houses including the Notre Dame football, NBC Sports, the Gator Bowl, the WNBA, the Sun America Sports desk, and the NBA.

He then joined WCBS-TV in the year 2004, as the station’s sports anchor 5 p.m., 6 p.m., and 11 p.m. Chris became a news anchor in the CBS 2 News This Morning and CBS 2 News At Noon with his co-anchor Mary Calvi. He is recognized as one of the best journalists and has received many awards including 21Emmy Awards.

Some of Chris Wragge’s CBS 2 Colleagues include:

Alice Gainer – Anchor and Reporter

Carolyn Gusoff – Anchor and Reporter

Tony Aiello – Anchor and Reporter

Dana Tyler – Anchor and Reporter

Natalie Duddridge – Anchor and Reporter

Hazel Sanchez – Anchor and Reporter.

Ali Bauman – Anchor and Reporter

Mary Calvi –  Anchor and Reporter

Alice Gainer – Anchor and Reporter

Natalie Duddridge – Anchor and Reporter

Cindy Hsu – Anchor and Reporter

Maurice DuBois – Anchor and Reporter

Elise Finch – Meteorologist

Vanessa Murdock – Meteorologist

Chris Wragge Salary

Being one of the experienced journalists’ from CBS News, it is believed that Chris makes quite an impressive amount. His estimated salary is around $46,100 annually.

Chris Wragge Net Worth

Having worked in the Media Industry for quite some time, Chris has been able to accumulate quite a decent fortune.his estimated net worth is around $3 million.

Chris Wragge Instagram

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