Chuck Scarborough Profile
Chuck Scarborough is an American Emmy award-winning journalist narrator, the author working as the lead news anchor at NBC 4. He has been working for the station since 1974.
Chuck Scarborough Career
Scarborough anchors News 4 New York at 6 p.m. every weeknight. For the National Broadcasting Company, Chuck Scarborough has been reporting since 1974. He has led breaking news coverage locally and internationally over the years. Reports were filed by Scarborough from Europe, Russia, the Middle East, the Philippines, Mexico, and South America. Scarborough, the United States The veteran of the Air Force started his television career as an anchor and operations manager for WLOX-TV in Biloxi, Mississippi. He was the anchor/reporter for Hattiesburg, Mississippi WDAM-TV; Atlanta WAGA-TV; and Boston WNAC-TV.
Scarborough has received 36 local Emmy awards and was recognized with his 2014 “Governor’s Award” by the New York Chapter of Television Arts & Sciences in recognition of his long and distinguished journalism career. The work of Scarborough has also received awards from the Associated Press, the New York Press Club, the Aviation and Space Writers, the Washington Review of the Best in the Business of Journalism, the Working Press Association, and the New York State Broadcasters Association.
Scarborough won a National Emmy and Edward R. Murrow award as part of NBC 4’s ongoing Hurricane Sandy coverage. He has published three novels in New York Journal, Boston Magazine, and American Home Magazine, Stryker (1978), The Myrmidon Project (1980), and Aftershock (1991), and has written articles for publication. Scarborough, a proficient aviator, holds a commercial pilot’s license.
In order to support a variety of non-profit organizations that support and foster animal welfare, the environment, arts, and education, Scarborough lends its time and talent. He is also the face of the Shivering Liberty Statue-New York Cares Coat Drive PSA. Scarborough, Phi Kappa Phi, holds a Summa Cum Laude Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Southern Mississippi and a Mercy College Honorary Doctor of Letters.
Chuck Scarborough Age
Chuck is 78 years old as of 2021. He was born on 4 November 1943 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. Scarborough celebrates his birthday on the 4th of November every year.
Quick Facts About Chuck Scarborough
|Age||78 years old as of 2021|
|Spouse||Ellen Ward Scarborough|
|Net Worth||$1 million – $5 Million|
Chuck Scarborough Height
Scarborough stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 7 inches.
Chuck Scarborough Family
Information regarding Scarborough’s parents and siblings is currently under review. However, the information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Chuck Scarborough Wife
Scarborough has been married thrice. He is married to Ellen Ward Scarborough. Scarborough was previously married to Anne Ford and Linda Gross. The couple is also blessed to be the parents of their two children.
Chuck Scarborough Son|Daughter
Scarborough and his wife have two children, Chad Scarborough, and Elizabeth Scarborough. His daughter Elizabeth has followed in her father’s footsteps as a television journalist. He and his family reside in Stamford, Connecticut.
Chuck Scarborough Salary
Being one of the top journalists for NBC 4 New York, Scarborough earns an annual salary ranging from $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Chuck Scarborough’s Net Worth
Scarborough has an estimated net worth of about $1 million – $5 Million which he has earned through his career as a journalist.
Chuck Scarborough Novels
- Stryker (1978)
- The Myrmidon Project (1980)
- Aftershock (1991)
Chuck Scarborough house
“The accumulation of family experiences over the years makes this house our home,” says venerable NBC anchorman Chuck Scarborough of the Southampton home he shares with his wife of over 20 years, Ellen Ward Scarborough. “I’ve had this house for over two decades. When I think about what makes it home it’s the parties with the kids when they were teenagers that we all survived. My daughter Elizabeth had her wedding here. Really, it’s the memories embedded in the walls that make a house a home.”
It is within the very walls, now painted white and hung with large paintings and with an aqua accent wall in the dining room, that Chuck has bonded with the property since purchasing the estate in the 1990s, just a few short years before he and Ellen married. Originally built in the 1880s, the home, with its bold black and white patterned painted floors, sits graciously on Lake Agawam with wrap-around porches that open to a view of the Meadow Club and St. Andrew’s Dune Church, where his daughter was married in 2012.
After the wedding, the bride and groom walked back to the house, accompanied by family and friends, for a reception. “This was one of the original homes on the pond…it was built on locust posts that rotted over time,” explains Chuck. “Over the years owners added porches that became rooms and more porches that became more rooms and so forth until what we have now. The center part is original.” One of the first projects was to deal with the instability of the main home, which was sinking and unleveled. “We jacked it up and added a new foundation and basement.”
Is Chuck Scarborough retired?
On July 14, 2022, Scarborough stopped his role as the 11 pm anchor and instead started anchoring the 6 pm newscasts. He had to step down from the 11 p.m. news after 42 straight years, the Daily News has learned. “I just wanted to see what it was like being like the rest of the world lives,” he said. Stefan Holt, 31, took over Scarborough’s 11 p.m. newscast. As of May 2022, Scarborough is still working for the station serving as the 6 p.m anchor.
Chuck Scarborough NBC 4
At NBC 4 Scarborough works alongside;
- Darlene Rodriguez
- Audrey Hasson
- Matt Barnes
- Monica Day
- Raphael Miranda
- Pat Battle
- Stacey Bell
- Gus Rosendale
- Sibila Vargas
- Kerry Barrett
- Janice Huff
- Cat Greenleaf
- Greg Cergol
- Lynda Baquero