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Quick Timeline Of Serena Altschul
American broadcast journalist, Serena Altschul is well known for corresponding on the morning news magazine segment, CBS Sunday Morning, for which she earned a Daytime Emmy Award. She is also an Edward R. Murrow Award recipient for her outstanding commentary on sports reporting.
As a talented actress, Serena impressed many people with her portrayal in blockbuster hit films, Queen of the damned and Josie and the Pussycats. She also featured in Jay Z's music video, Dope Man in 1999.
Is Serena Altschul Married Who is Her Husband?
The 50-year-old, Serena has been dating her former president of Disruptive Media Lab (DML), Cooper Cox for overall one decade. The couple had their first meeting at the office of DML in 2011 and shortly after while, they began dating one another. However, they kept their intimate relationship private from their fans for one year until Serena shared a picture of Cox via Instagram on 24th June 2012.
Following five years of dating, the couple welcomed a beautiful child, a baby girl, Vivian Altschul Cox on the first week of February 2015. As of now, their daughter is just 6 years old and modeling as a child model. She endorsed children's clothing and toy brands, Care Bears, Saks Fifth Avenue and Boy Meets Girl.
Many of Serena's fans assumed that she is secretly married to her longtime beau, Cooper. But, this is not true because they have not disclosed their marital status until now. So, it seems like they are probably in a live-in relationship and parenting their child in a good environment. They divides their time in New York City, New York and Sun Valley, Idaho, which is also Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson's hometown
Professional Life of CBS News Correspondent, Serena
Edward R Murrow Award-winning journalist, Serena started her career as an news anchor and fill-in reporter at Channel One News after dropping-out from college. Two years after, she joined MTV channel as a news intern in 1987 and then, started for MTV News in 1996. At that time, she hosted several documentary series like MTV News: Unfiltered, Breaking it Down, and True Life, which she also produced.
Serena, further, started hosting and producing a one-hour special news program, CNN Special specializing on the topic of phenyl cyclohexyl piperidine (PCP) from 2002 to 2003. She also began working at MTV News on the same time. She then became a contributing correspondent for CBS News in 2003, and, reportedly corresponding on the daily news segment, CBS Sunday Morning since 2003.
A Glimpse of Serena Altschul's Salary & Net Worth in 2021
Cooper Cox's partner, Altschul is making a sufficient income from her professional career for over three decades. Likewise, a CBS Sunday Morning correspondent garners an average salary of $68,406 per year. So, this could be comparable to Altschul's annual remuneration. Currently, she has $1 Million net worth as of 2021.
Meanwhile, Serena's beau, Cooper earns a decent salary as the chief creative officer (CCO) for an experiential marketing, omnichannel retail, and brand communication service company, OTHERWILD Ventures since 2019. He is also receiving a good paycheque as a member board of directors at the Overbrook Foundation, a non-profit organization since 2015. So, he boasts $800,000 net worth.
How Did Serena Altschul Lead her Early Life?
New York City, New York native, Serena Altschul celebrated her 50th birthday on the 13th of October in 2020, according to her birth year, 1970. Besides, her ethnic background is mixed because her mother, Siri Von Reis is a half-Finish and half-Swedish American botanist, whereas her father Arthur Altschul was a Jewish-American banker.
Furthermore, Serena spent her childhood with her four siblings, Arthur Goodhart Jr. (born in 1964), Emily Altschul (born in 1966), and two step-siblings, Charles Altschul, and Stephen Altschul from her father's past marital affairs. She also has a younger step-brother, Whitney Sudler-Smith via her dad's fourth marriage with Patricia Dey.
Altschul is the granddaughter of Frank Altschul, an investment banker and Helen Lehman Goodhart. Her great grandfather is Mayer Lehman, who is one of the founding members of Lehman brothers. She also has an aunt, Bonnie von Reis (her mother's sister).
Talking about Serena's educational background, she enrolled at Scripps College, where she majored in English Literature. During her college days, she associated as a producer in the 1993 documentary film, The Last Party based on political events. However, she did not completed her graduation at the university.
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