Alicia Vitarelli Biography
Alicia Vitarelli is an American Anchorperson and a reporter who hosts 6 ABC Action News in Philadelphia. Vitarelli has been the Grand Marshal of the Italian American Woman of the Year for the Center for Italian and Italian-American culture. Likewise, She has also worked along with NJ 101.5 radio host Dennis Malloy for a weekend cooking show called A Roma Aroma.
In 2000, Alicia began her career as a news anchor and reporter. She’s been working for NY1 News in Manhattan for six years. She has also been a newscaster for News 12 for more than two years in New Jersey, Alicia.
Additionally, Vitarelli hosts her own production “Buck Wild” a daily bargain hunting program and “Best Kept Secrets of New Jersey.” This show has revealed hidden recipes and food in the Garden State.
Later she co-hosted on the New Jersey 101.5 radio at the Dennis and Michele Shows. In this episode, she and Dennis Malloy were eager for food magic in the cooking show “A Roma Aroma.” She then served as an anchor/reporter at 6ABC Action News WPVI in Philadelphia in October 2010. However, she continues to work on Action News as a co-presenter and also presents the weekly family-food segment.
Moreover, in her spare time, she enjoys traveling around the world, hiking, entertaining, eating outdoors, and spending time with her family. She was bound at home for two months because of her ear-injury. Now she’s back to work for 6ABC Action News WPVI in Philadelphia.
Alicia Vitarelli Age
Alicia is 42 years old as of 2020, she was born on 1st January 1978, in New York City, in the United States. She celebrates her birthday on 1st January and her zodiac sign is Capricorn.
Alicia Vitarelli Education
Speaking of her educational history, her high school name is still under investigation. However, Vitarelli spent days writing journals and short stories and conducting musicals throughout her youth.
Vitarelli attended and graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication and Spanish and Theatre from Villanova University. Later, she attended Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University for a Master in Broadcast Journalism.
Alicia Vitarelli Husband | Wedding
Vitarelli is a married woman. She got married to Matthew Pantaleno in 2007 April 20, at Our Lady of Angels Church in Brooklyn. Her husband was Chief Photographer at WNBC. Now he is a former photo-journalist at Time Warner and former chief photographer at News 12 in New Jersey. Also, he is the executive director of Staten Island Community Television and Professor of Communications at St. John’s University.
The couple was blessed with a daughter Priscilla Isabelle on January 24, 2014. They seem to be content, enjoying their company with each other. However, soon there is no sign of divorce.
Alicia Vitarelli Family | Parents | Siblings
Her father’s name is Albert J. Vitarelli and her mother’s name is Elizabeth Ann Vitarelli. Additionally, she has a step-mother named Sharon Vitarelli.
Her mother is the Director of Nursing at Abbey Delray, Florida. And her father is a retired President of Ford in Manhattan. Similarly, Vitarelli belongs to American nationality. She holds a mixed ethnicity of American and Italian.
Alicia Vitarelli Height
She stands at a height of approximately 5 feet 5 inches (1.67 m tall) and weighs around 121 lbs. Additionally, she has black hair color and brown color eyes.
Alicia Vitarelli Net Worth
As of 2020, Vitarelli has an estimated Net Worth of $500K – $1 million dollars.
Alicia Vitarelli Salary
Vitarelli’s yearly salary is estimated to be between $ 10,000 – $ 100,00 annually.
Alicia Vitarelli Ear Infection | Health
There were rumors about her two-month absence. However, Alicia is back at 6ABC and shared more about her absence as she had an ear infection. She has a strong profile and is a really sober person. She prefers to keep her life away from controversy. So, there is actually no scandal and no rumor about her personal and professional life.
Alicia Vitarelli Awards
Reflecting on the Alicia Awards and Nominations, she was nominated for the Emmy Anchor / Reporter Award at WPVI 6ABC Action News in Philadelphia. Alicia was also awarded the Grand Marshal of the North Wildwood Italian-American Parade. And named as the Italian-American Woman of the Year of the Center for Italian and Italian-American Culture.