Facts of Amy Freeze Biography
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Amy Freeze was born on 19 June 1974, in Utah, United States. Her full name is Amy Elizabeth Freeze. She is a famous American television meteorologist, best-known for working at WABC-TV in New York City, New York as the weekend meteorologist. She was raised in Indiana. She was born to Bill and Linda Freeze. She is the eldest of five daughters of her parents.
Amy Freeze attended Jeffersonville High School in Jeffersonville, Indiana and graduated in 1992. She then went on to study at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. In 1995, she graduated from BYU, holding Bachelor of Science degree in communications. She then joined the Mississippi State University located in Starkville, Mississippi and earned Bachelor of Science degree in geosciences. Freeze went on to study her Master's degree at the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She there wrote a thesis on a concept which she defines as the Storm Water Action Alert Program.
Shortly after graduating with a Master's degree, Amy worked for NBC’s WCAU in Philadelphia as a meteorologist for four years. She also co-hosted 10!; which is a live entertainment show on NBC10. She as a substitute for MSNBC and NBC’s Weekend Today worked at Rockefeller Center in New York City. She also worked at both KWGN and KMGH in Denver, Colorado. While working at KPTV on Good Day Oregon in Portland, Oregon, she began her career as a broadcaster.
Amy Freeze was seen in the episode My Life in Four Cameras of the television series Scrubs. She created a show called The Freeze Factor, where she rates the weather on the scale of one to ten. She visited more than thousand area students while she was in Chicago who were giving weather presentations on tornadoes and other severe weather. Amy for the first time hosted Weather Education Days for MLB’s Chicago White Sox, the Chicago Wolves hockey team and the Chicago Cubs. She worked for the LA Galaxy, the Chicago Fire, and the Colorado Rapids becoming the first-ever female sideline reporter for Major League Soccer. For four seasons she also worked on the sidelines for the NFL Chicago Bears. Freeze joined WABC-TV located in New York City in 2011 as its weekend morning weathercaster.
MARRIED & PERSONAL FACT
Freeze was certified as a broadcast meteorologist by the American Meteorological Society and her certificate number is 111. She became one of the first 20 women receiving the certificate. She also has American Meteorological Society Seals of Approval and National Weather Association. She has won National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Emmy Award for three times.
In 1994, Amy Freeze married her long-time boyfriend Gary Arbuckle. The couple first met while they were still a student at Brigham Young University. During that time, Arbuckle was Cosmo the Cougar while she was the cheerleader. In 1999, she with her husband participated in a weight-loss contest and won $100000. She has also completed many marathons as a runner. She is also a certified scuba diver. The couple is blessed with four children: Tyler, Jared, Kate, and William. Presently, the family lives on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Amy's body measurement is 37-26-37 inches and breast size is 34C. Amy Freeze's net worth is estimated to be $2.5 million dollars with $1 million salary.