Bob Sirott is an American broadcaster. Bob Sirott is the morning host for WGN-AM in Chicago, Illinois. He’s also an actor and writer, as well as a former television news anchor.
What Is The Net Worth Of Bob Sirott?
Bob Sirott’s primary source of income is his work as a broadcaster. According to a wiki.ng, Bob Sirott has a net worth of $3 million to $5 million.
Facts about birth and education
Bob Sirott was born in Chicago, Illinois, on August 9, 1949. He is 72 years old and born under the zodiac sign of Leo. Robert “Bob” Sirott is his full name, and he is an American citizen.
Until now, no one knows Bob’s parents’ name or any other information about them. Similarly, there is no information about Sirott’s siblings, cousins, grandparents, relatives, or any other family members at this time. He must have want to keep his personal and family life hidden from prying eyes and public scrutiny.
In terms of Bob’s educational history and qualifications, he attended and graduated from Chicago’s Theodore Roosevelt High School in 1967, and then went on to Columbia College Chicago to acquire a bachelor’s degree.
Professional Life and Career
In 1971, Bob Sirott began his radio career as a summer vacation fill-in disc jockey for WBBM-FM. In the year 1973, he transferred to WLS (AM). Similarly, from 1973 to December 1979, he was a top disc jockey at WLS. After that, in 1980, he was able to move to television, getting a job at WBBM-TV. He was able to take a job with the CBS newsmagazine West 57th after five years at WBBM, though the network permitted him to remain in Chicago.
In March 1989, Bob returned to Chicago’s airways as a noon news anchor and program host at WMAQ-TV. Then he was able to co-anchor WMAQ-“First TV’s Thing in the Morning” for a while. He was sacked from WMAQ after four years on the show. As a result, he went back to work in March 1994, hosting Fox Thing in the Morning on Chicago’s FOX affiliate WFLD. With two years left on his contract, he was fired as co-host, but he was kept on WFLD’s payroll to produce new content for Fox stations and the company’s syndication division.
More on his Career
In early 2006, Bob Sirott was allowed to return to WMAQ as a weekend anchor, replacing Anna Davlantes on the weekend 5 and 10 PM programs. He was a co-anchor for the 4:30 p.m., 5:00, 6:00, and 10:00 p.m. newscasts. However, he left WMAQ-TV in 2009 after he and the station were unable to reach an agreement on financial conditions following Saunders’ departure. In the year 2013, Sirott returned to weekday radio at WGN. He’s also well-known for his “One more thing” observations on a variety of subjects. In July 2014, he was able to make his Onion News Network reporting debut with the article “Deadly Super Rainbow Tears Through West Coast.”
Bob Sirott is also a writer as well as an actor. He is well-known for his roles in films such as Death Wish, Prison Break, and The Chicago Code.
Status of the Relationship
In the year 1981, Bob Sirott married his first wife, Carrie Cochran. His first wife worked for WBBM-TV as a news anchor, and they were able to work together at WFLD-TV. They worked together until 1995. when they split up before divorcing in 1999.
After that, in June of 1999, Sirott married newscaster, Marianne Murciano. Bob has two stepchildren with Murciano, and the couple has one daughter together. Wilmette, Illinois is where their family lives.
Bob Sirott’s body measurements, such as his height, weight, and others, have not been released yet and are still being reviewed. Sirott’s hair is blonde, and his eyes are green.
Bob Sirott is a Twitter user alone. He has 7.7K followers on his Twitter account, which he uses under the moniker “BobSirott.” His Twitter account has also been validated.
More Facts of Bob Sirott
|09 Aug 1949
|Broadcaster, News Anchor
|January 1, 1970
|$3 million -$5 million dollars
|Columbia College Chicago
|One daughter and Two step-kids