Todd Piro Biography
He joined the team in June 2017 and he is currently working on the FOX News Channel. Additionally, he works as the breaking news reporter and occasional guest host.
Todd Piro Age
Piro is 42 years as of 2020. He was born on March 28, 1978, in the USA. Todd celebrates his birthday on March 28 and his zodiac sign is Aries.
Todd Piro Height | Weight
Piro stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.7 m). While his body weighs around 70kg. He has black colored hair with dark brown eyes color.
Todd Piro Mother | Father| Siblings
Todd born to their father Peter A. Piro, and mother Marianne L. Piro in New Jersey. His mother Marianne is a native of Belmar, New Jersey who even has appeared on Fox & Friends’ Cooking with Friends back in August 2017. Also, he shared his mother’s photo on his wedding days. Having American nationality, Todd is of mixed ethnicity.
Piro has a younger brother, Scott Piro. He serves in the company distribution section of LinkedIn. Scott Piro is married to Kristin Surdy. The couple has a daughter named Zoe, who has just turned one year old. He studied at Dartmouth College, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in government (magna cum laude/Phi Beta Kappa) in 2000. He later graduated with a Juris Doctor from the UCLA School of Law in 2003.
Todd Piro First Marriage | Divorce
Todd’s previous marriage sadly ended in divorce However it is not known who his first wife was for he has not disclosed any information about her. After divorcing his first wife, Piro married Amanda Raus.
Todd Piro Wife | Children
After divorcing his first wife, Piro married Amanda Raus. Just like her husband, Raus is limited when it comes to her career. The duo met each other on his first day at NBC Connecticut. It was love at first sight for Piro, who knew that Raus was the one for him the day he met her. They started dating each other a few months later.
In 2014, the couple was visiting Piro’s family in New Jersey on Memorial Day weekend when he went down on his knee and popped the question. He had already decorated the roof of his house with candles, champagne, and roses to make the occasion extra colorful. Of course, Raus said, “Yes.”
Piro and Raus anchored together on Memorial Day and shared the news of their participation in the air. The couple were married on June 12, 2015. Their wedding service took place at St. Stephen’s Church in Trumbull, followed by a reception at the Longshore Inn in Westport. Piro and his family came to Fox News’ Cooking for Christmas with his family.
Since their marriage, they are living happily together as husband and wife. According to his recent tweets, he with his wife blessed with a daughter named McKenna Piro born in the year 2020.
Todd Piro Net Worth | Salary
Piro’s career in journalism has grown over the years, getting him a fair amount of money as income. The average salary of a reporter working at Fox NetWork is about $102,080, according to estimates. Yet a journalist’s salary ranges from $93,653 to $109,739 per year. It is clear that he has earned more than the average wage.
According to recent news, Todd Piro has an approximate net worth of more than $5 million. Now, it has become the face of the network. So his salary and net worth will grow in a couple of years. He’s also been enjoying a lavish life. On the other hand, his new wife, Amanda Raus, is reported to have a net worth of $2 million.
Todd Piro Fox News
In June 2017, Piro joined Fox News as host and correspondent for Fox & Friends on weekdays from 6:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. EST and Fox & Friends Weekend 6:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. EST, guy.
Piro is also contributing to the Fox Dinner Series, Breakfast with Friends. He’s talking about how people around the country feel about the political stories of the day. His experience covers executive communication, public relations, fundraising and business development.
Throughout his work in the news industry, Piro has covered significant national news reports, such as the Sandy Hook Elementary School Shooting, Hurricane Sandy, and the 2013 record-breaking blizzard.
Todd Piro Leaving Fox News
It’s fake news that Piro is leaving the Fox network. The rumors began when his wife, Amanda, quit the fox network. He is currently working at FOX News Channel’s (FNC) FOX & Friends as a news correspondent.
Todd Piro Demoted
Reporter and weekend morning anchor is no longer working at WVIT in Hartford, Connecticut. Piro arrived at the NBC-owned KPSP station in Palm Springs, California, in 2012. Before going on TV, he was a law lawyer and recruiting coordinator for a law firm in Los Angeles.
“Todd Piro is no longer employed at NBC Connecticut,” a station spokesperson told TVSpy. “We wish him well in his future endeavors.”
He was moved from weekday to weekend mornings last fall. A quick check of tv eyes shows he was last on-air Sunday morning.
“Without going into detail,” Piro told The Laurel ‘he is ‘grateful for the opportunity’ to work in Connecticut, but says he is “excited for the future. Stay tuned!’’
Todd Piro Fox and Friends
Host and correspondent as part of the FOX & Friends team.
Todd Piro related to Jeanine Pirro
A lot of people are uncertain about the relationship between Todd and Jeanine. They have a surname of the same kind that creates huge confusion. They’re all co-workers who don’t have a blood bond. Todd and Jeanine are affiliated with FOX News. She’s hosting Fox & Friends with Todd.
Both of them work together and share a good relationship. But they aren’t related to each other. Only, they share a particular set in the FOX network, other than i.e there is no relationship between them.
Todd Piro Career
After graduation, he worked as a lawyer with Hughe Hubbard & Reed as an associate. He worked as a lawyer for 5 years only. Then he became MCLE instructor and director of media relations at the California Desert Trial Academy College of Law. In the year 1998, he started his journalism career working as an intern at Fox News network. Then he started working as a reporter and anchor at KPSP Local 2.
In April 2012, he joined NBC Connecticut, working as an anchor and reporter. He even handled the channel’s social media and digital strategies and worked in that position for the channel until April 2017. He was the fill-in anchor for First Look, Early Today, and The Place for Politics between the years 2014 to 2017. Also, he contributes to the diner series, “Breakfast with Friends.” Now he is working as FOX & Friends as a news correspondent.