Sandie Rinaldo Biography
Sandie Rinaldo is a Candian television journalist, news anchor, actress as well as producer. She is currently working as a news anchor for CTV News and W5. Rinaldo is famous as an anchor for the newscasts on Canada AM in the 1980s. Additionally, she is the first woman in Canada to hold a full-time position as a national news anchor.
Sandie Rinaldo Age
Rinaldo is 70 years as of 2020. She was born Sandra Bricks Rinaldo on January 16, 1950, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She celebrates her birthday on January 16th every year and her zodiac sign is Capricorn.
Sandie Rinaldo Parents
The identity of her parents not known to anyone. Nevertheless, her parents are Canadians. She belongs to the ethnicity of North American. Also, her nationality is Canadian. However, it is also not known if he has any siblings as she prefers to keep her personal life private. We promise to update this section soon.
Sandie Rinaldo Education
Discussing her educational information, she completed her education at York University. She was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1973.
Sandie Rinaldo Height
Rinaldo stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Sandie Rinaldo Husband
The talented host often had previous relationships. She was married to Michael Rinaldo earlier. Her married life came to an end when her husband, Michael, died unexpectedly in 2005. The married couple has three children. However, the names of her children are unknown to the media.
After the death of her husband, she does not seem to be dating anyone until now. She is currently single.
Sandie Rinaldo Career
After graduation, she started her career as a dancer at the beginning of her career. She began to appear on television. Her first TV appearance was in a TV series called Where It’s At in the late 1960s.
Later, she started her career in journalism through the CTV Television Network in 1973. First, she served as a junior secretary to the news editor, Donald Cameron. Then she became the head of development for W5. Shen served as a researcher. She also made a story for CTV National News and Canada for the duration.
Surprisingly, she could become an anchor for Canada AM newscasts in 1980.
In the early 1990s, she worked in World Beat News on CFTO’s Toronto affiliate network. Then, in 2009, she started anchoring CTV News Channel. After one year, she started serving as a W5 co-host. She also contributed to the program as a reporter.
Sandie Rinaldo Net Worth
Astonishingly, in 2005, she received the Bryden Alumni Award from York University. According to different reports, the net worth of Sandie is estimated to be $8 million. In addition, her annual salary is nearly $ 1 million. Unfortunately, no other statistics and figures on her personal belongings and income are available from any source.
Sandie Rinaldo Awards
- 2005; Bryden Alumni Award, York University
- 1999; RTNDA award for Best Newscast for coverage
- 1997; World Medal from the International Film and TV Festival, New York
- 1991; Finalist Certificate for Best News Anchor, International Film and TV Festival, New York
- Silver Medal for Best Coverage of an Ongoing News Story, International Film and TV Festival, New York
- 1991; Silver Medal, Best Coverage of an Ongoing News Story, International Film and TV Festival, New York
- 1991; Bronze Medal, Best News Anchor, International Film & TV Festival, New York
- 1990; Silver Medal, Best Analysis of a Single Current News Story, Houston International Film Festival
- 1990; American Film & Video Award for “Childbirth From Inside-Out”
Sandie Rinaldo Retirement
Sandie Rinaldo has been the weekend anchor for CTV NATIONAL NEWS, Canada’s most-watched national newscast, for more than 30 years. In addition to her position behind the desk, Rinaldo goes to the field to cover stories for CTV’s investigative news program W5.
Every weekend, Rinaldo brings Canadians through international news events, making headlines at home and around the world, while concentrating on the viewpoints that are most important to Canadians. She has not yet retired.