Lonnie Quinn Bio | Wiki
Lonnie Quinn (Full name: Lonnie William Quinn) is an American actor and weatherman. He currently serves as the lead weather anchor on WCBS-TV (CBS-2) in New York City. Furthermore, Quinn has also been a weather anchor for CBS This Morning Saturday and appeared on the sister radio station WCBS-Am 880 for weather reports.
Additionally, he played in a few movies and TV series before he was a weather anchor. Quinn was on NBC’s Santa Barbara playing the role of ‘Rich Landers and also on ABC’s All My Children as Will Cooney. His acting career aided him to add an extra fortune to his income too.
Lonnie Quinn Age
Quinn was born on August 9, 1963, in Cheshire, Connecticut, the United States. He is 58 years old.
Lonnie Quinn Height
He is a man of average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in (Approx. 1.75 m).
Lonnie Quinn Family
Quinn was born in Cheshire, Connecticut, the United States to his mother and father. His birth name is Lonnie William Quinn and has six brothers and sisters. Unfortunately, there is no information about his parents. They are of American nationality and Caucasian ethnicity.
Lonnie Quinn Wife | Spouse
Quinn is married to his wife Sharon. He along with his family live on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Together, Quinn and Sharon have two daughters Lily Quinn and Savannah Quinn, and Quinn’s son Nate from a previous relationship.
Lonnie Quinn Daughters | Son
Quinn and his wife Sharon have two daughters, Lily Quinn was born in 2012. After three years of the birth of Lily, Quinn and his wife became the parents of another daughter Savannah Quinn. Quinn has a son named Nate from his previous relationship. Nate is currently studying at Cornell University and previously attended The Bronx High School of Science.
Lonnie Quinn Education
He graduated from Boston University and received a bachelor’s degree in communication. In addition, Quinn joined the Boston swim team during his time there. Currently, he has a Federal Aviation Administration Certificate.
Lonnie Quinn Doll | Action Figure
His “Action Figure” was created by the same team who created the “Gotta Listen to Lonnie” campaign WCBS which aired back in 2014. Unfortunately, the doll and other accessories aren’t available for purchase.
Lonnie Quinn CBS
Quinn joined CBS 2 in 2007 and was handed the title of the lead weatherman at WCBS/Channel 2 in New York. This is after a five-year run at WTVJ, in Miami, Florida as a weatherman. He moved to weekends in June 2007 replacing John Bolaris to finish out his contract.
Quinn currently serves as the chief weathercaster of CBS 2 News on 5, 6, and 11 weekdays. He works as the national weather anchor for “CBS This Morning” Saturday and appeared on the sister radio station WCBS-Am 880 for weather reports.
Quinn’s other colleagues at CBS2/KCAL9 Include:
Anne-Marie Green – Anchor
Jamie Yuccas – News correspondent
Jamie Erdahl – Studio host
Ben Tracy – White House correspondent
Jasmine Viel – Anchor
Dr. Max Gomez – Medical correspondent
Pat Harvey – Anchor
Lonnie Quinn Weathercast | Forecast
Quinn serves as the chief weathercaster of CBS2 News at 5, 6, and 11 p.m. on weekdays. He also serves as the national weather anchor for “CBS Saturday Morning.” Quinn became hired as a cameraman but three months into the job, a chance to report in front of the camera solidified his new career path. Soon his duties included full-time reporting and anchoring the weekend weathercasts.
Miami was the next stop and it was a turning point in Quinn’s career. Not only was he promoted to full-time weather anchor, but also allowed to develop his own, unique style. Quinn has always been a fan of the weather and he hates the idea of a boring weathercast.
Lonnie Quinn Salary
He is one of the top journalists at CBS, there is no doubt, therefore, he earns a decent salary. Quinn’s estimated salary is $96,655 per year.
Lonnie Quinn Net Worth
He has accumulated through his career as a weather reporter a decent fortune. Quinn has an estimated net worth of $970,544.
What Happened To Lonnie Quinn
He serves as the lead weather anchor on WCBS-TV (CBS-2) in New York City. Furthermore, Quinn has also been a weather anchor for CBS This Morning Saturday and appeared on the sister radio station WCBS-Am 880 for weather reports.