• Lonnie Quinn is a weather reporter and lead weather anchor of WCBS-TV in New York City
• He has an estimated net worth of $3 million
• He attended Boston College and studied communications
• He has a Federal Aviation Administration certificate in meteorology
• He is active online through social media, including Twitter and Facebook
Known for movies
|Fact||Weatherman at WTVJ NBC6 in Miami, Florida. [April 2002]|
Who is weather reporter Lonnie Quinn from CBS?
Lonnie William Quinn was born on 9 August 1963, in Cheshire, Connecticut USA, and is a weather reporter, probably best known as the lead weather anchor of New York City’s WCBS-TV. He previously served as a weather anchor for “CBS This Morning Saturday”.
Just 2 news people hanging out in front of a red wall…
Have a great weekend everyone! pic.twitter.com/5KE0PqnT4m
— Lonnie Quinn (@LonnieQuinnTV) July 14, 2018
The Net Worth of Lonnie Quinn
How rich is Lonnie Quinn? As of mid-2018, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $3 million, mostly earned through a successful career as a weather reporter. He reportedly earns a salary of $250,000 annually, and as he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Education and Early Career
He created the role of Will Cortlandt for the soap opera “All my Children’, and appeared in the soap opera “Santa Barbara”, playing the role of Rich Landers. Discovering that his passion for acting wasn’t all that it seemed, he switched careers from acting to broadcasting, and worked on getting a Federal Aviation Administration certificate in meteorology to improve his meteorological credentials. His first few jobs had him working at several different stations throughout Charlottesville, Virginia, for WADA-LP and as an on-air personality for WQMZ-FM.
Quinn did co-hosting and news directing work at WVAO before finding his first newsroom job as a part of WVIR, also located in Charlottesville, as the weekend weather anchor and an evening news anchor. In 2005 he gained popularity during his coverage of the hurricane season in which he worked closely with the former director of the National Hurricane Center Max Mayfield, and joining Hurricane Hunters, collecting data as they observed the eye of Hurricane Isabel battering North Carolina.
Family and Personal Life
Lonnie has been married to Sharon since 2007, and they have two daughters together. He also has a son from his previous relationship, who is reported to be studying at Cornell University.
Lonnie is also known to have had occasional acting endeavors later in his career, appearing in the Polish film “In a Moment of Passion”, and as himself in two episodes of “As the World Turns”, plus having a support role in the comedy film “Dexter Dickie”.
Is Lonnie Quinn on Social Media?
Similar to numerous weather anchors and broadcast personalities, Quinn is very active online through social media accounts with such as Twitter and Facebook. He mainly uses his Twitter account to update followers on the latest in weather reports while also giving updates on the status of his daily endeavors. He also posts a few pictures of himself with his children from time to time.
His Facebook account is also very active, and he continues to do a lot of coverage of tropical storms and hurricanes that affect the country. He posts a few of his personal photos and videos from time to time, featuring his travels, at home, or with his children, including behind the scenes at the studio. His wife only makes very rare appearances on his social media which is one of the reasons why their family has mainly kept their privacy over the course of Quinn’s career. He uses his social media platforms to connect with fans as well, often posting for the benefit of his viewers.
|1||Currently, the morning weathercaster on "Today in South Florida". As a private pilot, he holds a meteorology certificate from the FAA. In addition to forecasting South Florida's weather, his feature story about being a professional caddy recently won him an Emmy award. [February 2006]|
|2||Newly hired meteorlogist at WCBS NY in the evenings per philly.com and FTVLive.com. [July 2007]|
|3||Lead weatherman at WCBS/Channel 2 in New York City. [June 2007]|
|4||Weatherman at WTVJ NBC6 in Miami, Florida. [April 2002]|
|5||Has a son named Nate.|
|Elementary||2013||TV Series||TV Reporter|
|Dexter Dickie||2000||Dexter Dickie|
|In a Moment of Passion||1993||Jack Sperling|
|Kiss of a Killer||1993||TV Movie||Pony Tail Man|
|Santa Barbara||1992-1993||TV Series||Rich Landers|
|All My Children||1970||TV Series||Will Cooney (aka Will Courtlandt) #1 (1988-1989)|
|CBS This Morning||2012-2015||TV Series||Himself - WCBS-TV Chief Weathercaster / Himself|
|CBS This Morning: Saturday||2012-2014||TV Series||Himself - Weather Anchor / Himself - Chief Meteorologist, WCBS-TV|
|CBS News Up to the Minute||2012||TV Series||Himself - Weather Correspondent|
|The Early Show||2009-2011||TV Series||Himself - Substitute Weather Anchor / Himself - Weather Anchor / Himself - Substitute News Anchor|
|Saturday Early Show||2009-2010||TV Series||Himself - Weather Anchor|
|As the World Turns||2009||TV Series||Himself|
|Holiday in Bryant Park||2007||TV Movie||Himself - Host|
|The New Hollywood Squares||1989||TV Series||Guest Appearance|
|1990||Soap Opera Digest Award||Soap Opera Digest Awards||Outstanding Male Newcomer: Daytime||All My Children (1970)|