Serena Altschul Biography
Serena Altschul is an American broadcast journalist, who is currently serving at MTV News and CBS. She works as a contributor for CBS Sunday Morning. Altschul was previously a New York-based correspondent for CNN.
Serena Altschul’s Age and Birthday
Serena is 52 years old as of 2023. She was born on 13 October 1970 in New York City, United States. Serena celebrates her birthday on 13 October every year.
Serena Altschul Height and Weight
Altschul stands at an average height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall. She has a weight of 57 kilograms. Serena also has hazel eyes color and blonde hair. However, her body measurements have not yet been made public. We will update this section when the information becomes available.
Serena Altschul Family, Parents, and Siblings
Serena was born in New York City, a daughter of author and botanist Siri von Reis and Arthur Altschul, a member of the Lehman banking family. Her mother is of half-Finnish and half-Swedish ancestry and her father is of Jewish ancestry. Her parents divorced when Serena was two years old. Altschul has four siblings. Her brother, Arthur Goodhart Altschul Jr., was married to journalist Rula Jebreal and her sister, Emily Altschul, is married to former journalist and NYPD Deputy Commissioner John Miller. She also has two half-brothers, Charles Altschul and mathematician Stephen Altschul from her father’s previous marriage, and a step-brother, Whitney Sudler-Smith, from her father’s later marriage to reality television series personality Patricia Dey.
Serena Altschul Husband
Altschul has managed to hide her personal life from the limelight and seems to be focusing more on her career. We will let you know when we discover helpful information about her love life.
Serena Altschul Education
Serena attended Scripps College for a few years, studying English literature, but did not graduate. In 1993, while still in college, she was the associate producer of The Last Party, a political documentary.
Serena Altschul Career
Altschul began her career as a reporter for Channel One News, the news channel seen in high schools nationwide. She also produced “The Last Party,” a documentary on the 1992 presidential election, while in college. In December 2001, she contributed to an edition of the CBS News magazine “48 Hours” on the increasing use and abuse of Oxycontin. While at CNN, Altschul continued to serve as a reporter and producer for MTV News, which she joined in 1996 as a contributor to the cable network’s “Choose or Lose” political awareness campaign.
She covered a wide variety of hard news and popular culture stories for MTV, including profiles of political leaders and musical legends. Altschul also created, produced, and hosted an MTV documentary series called “Breaking it Down,” an hour-long, single-topic special that focused on issues such as gang violence, homeless teenagers, and the effects of the drug trade. That series ran for four years. She hosted two acclaimed editions of MTV’s “True Life” series, one on heroin abuse among affluent Dallas teenagers and another on the murder of Matthew Shepard, an openly gay student at the University of Wyoming.
Serena Altschul’s Net worth and Salary
Serena has an estimated net worth of $84 million. She is one of the wealthiest and most powerful female journalists in the country. However, details about her salary are still unknown. We will update the information as soon as it is available.
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