Dorothy Lucey Bio | Wiki
Dorothy Lucey is an American entertainment reporter who previously co-hosted Good Day L.A., the morning news program on Los Angeles Fox affiliate KTTV. As of now, Dorothy hosts her new project, a talk show produced by American Idol‘s Nigel Lythgoe. Before, Dorothy worked as an on-air reporter at WNEP-TV in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and WABC-TV in New York City (including a stint with Regis Philbin), and afterward joined NBC Sports.
Dorothy was also a co-host of Attitudes, a talk show on Lifetime Television in the 1990s. In 1992, Dorothy hosted the CBS series How’d They Do That. She joined Good Day LA in 1995 as the show’s entertainment reporter. Most of the show’s formula consists of wide-ranging banter between the three anchors. Dorothy also has had bit roles in a few movies and TV shows, often playing a TV reporter. Her 17-year run with Good Day LA came to an end on May 25, 2012, as a result of the non-renewal of her contract.
Dorothy Lucey Age
She was born on November 19, 1958, in the United States. Dorothy is 63 years old.
Dorothy Lucey Height
She is a woman of average stature. Dorothy stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in ( Approx 1.65 m).
Dorothy Lucey Family
She was born and raised in the United States by her dad and mum. Dorothy holds an American nationality. Currently, Dorothy has not mentioned any information concerning either her parents or siblings.
Dorothy Lucey Husband
She is a married woman. Dorothy is happily married to David Goldstein who is a KCBS investigative reporter. They have been in a marriage for 27 years now. The couple has a young son called Nash. Their son figured a lot in Dorothy’s on-air discussions, but he has rarely been seen on camera.
Dorothy Lucey Education
After finishing her primary and high school education, Dorothy joined George Washington University in 1979. She proceeded further and got a degree in political science. Later she graduated from George Washington University and then began her television reporting.
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She engaged herself at WNEP based in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and WABC in New York City. Later, she began serving in NBC Sports. Dorothy co-hosted a talk show on Lifetime Television named Attitudes in 1990. Two years later, she hosted the CBS series, How’d They Do That.
Going forward collecting much experience, Dorothy joined Good Day L.A. in the year 1995 as an entertainment reporter. She spent more than ten years in the show and ended up in 2012 as her contract was not renewed. By bad luck, she was fired from the show after 17 years of work as her voice made the boss’ ‘eyes bleed’. In addition, she also portrayed the role of a TV reporter in some movies and TV series.
Dorothy’s other colleagues at Fox include;
Bret Baier – host
Martha MacCallum – host
Bill Hemmer – host
Blake Burman – correspondent
Dawn Timmeney – general assignment reporter
Andrea Michaels – Meteorologist
Jackie De Tore – anchor/ reporter
Maria Sansone –co-host
Dorothy Lucey And Jillian Reynolds
During her time at the Good Day LA kicked her to the curb last May, and her co-host Jillian Barberie Reynolds shifted from a full-time KTTV employee to freelance status. Dorothy was supposed to proceed in her current duties though not always five days a week. On Thursday the Fox-owned Los Angeles station announced it hired Dorothy’s much younger blonde replacement Maria Sansone to begin Monday yet didn’t say a word about having changed Reynold’s status. Instead, it fell to Jillian, who had turned 46 that week.
Dorothy Lucey Salary
She is an entertainment reporter, Therefore, she earns a decent salary over the years she has worked. Dorothy’s average salary is $91,342 per year.
Dorothy Lucey Net Worth
She earns her income through her work Profession entertainment reporter. Dorothy has accumulated a decent fortune over the years she has worked. Dorothy’s estimated net worth is $871,345.
How Old Is Dorothy Lucey
She is a 63-year-old American entertainment reporter, who was born on November 19, 1958, in the United States
Who Is Dorothy Lucey
Dorothy is an American entertainment reporter who previously co-hosted Good Day L.A., the morning news program on Los Angeles Fox affiliate KTTV. Before, Dorothy worked as an on-air reporter at WNEP-TV in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and WABC-TV in New York City (including a stint with Regis Philbin), and afterward joined NBC Sports.