Anna Davlantes is a seven-time Emmy award-winning American journalist and TV news presenter who is best known for co-hosting Good Day Chicago on Fox 32 Chicago. Furthermore, she has served for many TV stations such as NBC affiliate WMAQ-TV in Chicago, PBS station WTTW, KRIV in Houston, and ABC affiliate WPTA in Fort Wayne.
She was born on July 25, 1985, in Rogers Park, Chicago United States. But, the information regarding her family background is unknown to the media. For her education, he attended the Lane Tech High School and the University of Oxford. Later she graduated from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
She Is A Married Woman
Yes, aged, 35, Davlantes beautiful anchor is no more single. As of now, she has been enjoying her blissful marital relationship with her husband, David R. Gamperl. He is a businessman from Chicago, Illinois.
Meanwhile, the couple has not disclosed when and where they had first met. So we can assume they might be dated for a few years before saying yes I do. They exchanged wedding vows in the year 2011 in the hush-hush ceremony among their loved ones.
Since then, a Chicago native, Anna, and David lead a happy life for about nine years with no sign of divorce. From their healthy matrimony, they share one child, a daughter, Gabriella Britton Davlantes Gamperl. She was born on 6 November 2011.
How Much Net Worth Does Anna Davlantes Have?
The American journalist Anna who appears on both television and radio must be earnings a suitable amount of fortune for herself. As of early 2020, she has a net worth of $1 Million. She has acquired her total worth throughout her reporting and anchoring works.
Davlantes currently serves as a radio host for WGN Radio, and as an anchor for WGN-TV. She is also part of the investigative unit. Employees at WGN TV make $47700 per annum, ranging from $41944 to $60597, according to sources. And that we can say she gets paid approximately $50,000 in salary.
Likewise, she gained national media attention when she broke a story by showing the video hazing juniors at a powderpuff game in Northbrook, Illinois. Also, she appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show to discuss hazing among youth.
Her Significant Works
The 1.68 m tall Davlantes made her TV debut by covering the breaking news from NBC 5 Chicago in 2002. She pulled down the John Hancock Center's tragic scaffolding failure.
Anna also presented a documentary called Get Into the Shark Tank! that aired on NBC 5 Chicago. The video is filmed almost entirely underwater in the Shedd Aquarium shark tank, and the first live underwater shot on a local newscast is attributed to Anna.
In 2014, Davlantes joined WGN Radio as a radio host and an anchor for WGN-TV. In March 2015, she became a full-time contributor on WGN AM 720 after swapping from Steve Cochran's morning show to Roe Conn's afternoon show.
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