Facts of Andrea Grymes Biography
|Networth||$30,000 to $129,000|
|Education||Southern Methodist University in Dallas|
|Place of birth||Queens, United States of America|
|Full Name||Andrea Grymes|
|Place of birth||New York, USA|
|Occupation||News reporter, News anchor|
|Height||5 feet 4 inches (1.63m)|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Andrea Grymes is an American journalist, currently serving as a general assignment reporter for CBS 2 News. Previously, Grymes was as a production assistant at Fox News Channel and ABC's "The View".
Queens, the United States born Andrea Grymes was born in 1984. The prominent broadcaster and reporter for CBS2 News TV came to fame after she joined the CBS2 channel as a Journalist Andrea's Live Reporter. Her commendable work includes the coverage of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Is Andrea Grymes Married? Know her Current Relationship Status, Personal Life, Relationship and Children
Andrea Grymes is a married woman and has a child, however, she has not disclosed the name of her husband on social sites. The couple got married on 2015's April and we know her father-in-law's name is John.
The Reporter revealed about her pregnancy showing an ultrasound report on June 16, 2018, via an Instagram post.
The couple introduced the firstborn as Gary John was born on 2018's Christmas day. She further revealed that the name of her son includes the first name of her father Gary and the baby boy shares his maternal grandfather's birthday. Further, the latter part of his name "John" comes from her father in-law's name.
Andrea Grymes Net Worth
Andrea Grymes earns a handsome salary from her reporting career however the exact net worth has not revealed yet but we estimate it to be well over $5 million as of 2019.
According to CBS channel's reports and inside sources, Andrea Grymes' salary is estimated to be over $100 thousand per year as Minimum CBS reporter's salary is around $30,000 and they reportedly pay around $129,000 to their regular reporters.
Early Life, Education & Career
Andrea Grymes was born in 1984 in Queens, the United States of America. Added that, she holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
She graduated magna cum laude from Southern Methodist University in Dallas with a double-major in 'journalism and political science', where she also interned during college.
She took journalist as her passion at the age 16 and has done the morning announcements for her high school’s television station, and supported the launch SMU-TV's first student-produced newscast, "The Daily Update."
Grymes and her classmates reported the 9/11 terrorist attacks live in New York City and Washington, D.C. That day set Andrea’s desire to continue broadcast journalism as a career. As of 2019, Andrea is active on social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Reporting for News 12
Grymes joined News 12 as a reporter in November 2006 and spent almost seven years serving for News 12 The Bronx, News 12 Brooklyn and News 12 Long Island. She revealed, "I really enjoy reporting in the Bronx and Brooklyn because I love meeting different people every day".
Grymes not only anchored and reported but also shot and edited almost all of her own pieces. She reported a variety of stories, including the Nixzmary Brown murder trials, Superstorm Sandy, the Miracle on the Hudson, Bernie Madoff’s sentencing and Pope Benedict’s trip to New York.
She solo-anchored while Hurricane Irene was nominated for a Best Morning Newscast Emmy.
On March 15, 2017, Andrea Grymes reported about the danger of snow in New York City and demanded answers by contacting several government agencies.
The authorities' bottom line was that they are working on it. Grymes saw the MTA crews working at the Carroll Street station in Brooklyn and told that by 10 a.m. crews cleared three-quarters of all stations.
Andrea Grymes' Career Before CBS 2 Channel
Andrea Grymes is currently serving as a general assignment reporter for CBS 2 News, since July 2013 and has been gaining lots of attraction. Prior to this, she was reporting for WNYW-TV in New York from March 2013.
She reported several stories, like post-Superstorm Sandy rebuilding efforts and the Boston Marathon bombings. Grymes also had a stint at Fox News Channel as its production assistant and ABC's 'The View.'