Sarah Wallace Profile
Sarah Wallace is an American Emmy Award-winning News Reporter/Anchor working for NBC 4 New York – WNBC-TV. She is excited to work with the WNBC news team.
Sarah Wallace Career
Wallace serves at NBC 4 – WNBC as an investigative reporter, where she works with the I-Team. She is among the Tri-State region’s best-known TV journalists with over 3 decades of national and local award-winning service to local viewers. She was the 1st tri-state TV journalist to secure a face-to-face exclusive interview with Fotis Dulos, who was the estranged husband of missing Connecticut mom Jennifer Dulos. Fotis eventually committed suicide after being charged with Jennifer’s murder. The interview with Fotis generated global attention and was repeatedly cited by international news outlets, national print publications, and major broadcast networks.
Throughout Wallace’s career in journalism, she has earned a number of awards and honors. She holds 19 Emmy Awards for journalistic excellence. The Long Island Fair Media Council honored her 3 Robert Greene Awards, 2 Edward R. Murrow Awards, and the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award, for Investigative Journalism. Mentioning her education, Wallace is a proud graduate of the University of California – Berkeley. She graduated from there with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Public Policy.
Wallace worked for WABC-TV in New York as a news reporter for over 2 decades before joining NBC 4. While at WABC, she reported on the terrorist attacks on September 11, Eric Garner’s death on Staten Island, and the Howard Beach racial violence. Wallace has traveled to the poppy fields of Colombia for a series on heroin on city streets in the Middle East where she served as the 1st tri-state television journalist to report on the Gulf war preparations. Wallace began her journalism career at a radio station in San Fransisco, California. While in college, she served as a news assistant at KNBR. She started her TV career at KMJ-TV in Fresno, California, where she served as a news anchor and reporter.
Sarah Wallace Age
Wallace is 66 years old as of 2022. She was born on March 4, 1956, in Rochester, New York, United States. She celebrates her birthday on the 4th of March every year.
Sarah Wallace Height
Wallace stands at a height of approximately 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m).
Quick Facts About Sarah Wallace
|Full Name||Sarah Wallace|
|Age||66 years old as of 2022|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $5 Million|
Sarah Wallace Family
Wallace grew up in Rochester, New York. Information regarding Wallace’s parents and siblings is currently under review. However, the information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Sarah Wallace Husband
Wallace is married to her lovely spouse, Harry Martin. There is no information about their engagement or wedding at the moment. The couple takes great pride in being mom and dad to their 2 children, James and Sara. They reside in Cresskill, New Jersey. Wallace enjoys spending her free time with her husband and kids, as well as their 3 dogs, whose breed is vizsla.
Sarah Wallace Salary
Being one of the top journalists for NBC 4 New York, she earns an annual salary ranging from $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Sarah Wallace Net Worth
Wallace has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her successful career as a News Reporter/Anchor.
Sarah Wallace Accident
On a Monday afternoon, May 13, 2021, there was a car crash on US 31 in Miami County and a 6-month-old South Bend boy lost his life. The crash pushed Wallace’s car into another car that was right in front of hers. The State Police said that a Rochester man did not stop his semi at red light traffic at County Road 100 North and rear-ended a vehicle driven by Wallace. Wallace suffered serious injuries and was rushed to a Fort Wayne hospital.
Sarah Wallace Lawsuit
In the year 2015, Wallace was ousted from her investigative reporter at WABC – Channel 7. She sued WABC for a claim that she was fired for telling the truth about a case of murder by Archie Cosey who was eventually sentenced to 25 years in prison. In court, she said that male employees who performed equal or less work were more paid. Wallace also claimed that she was unfairly treated by her boss, Camille Edwards, who was so tough.
At NBC 4 New York Wallace works alongside;
- Gilma Avalos
- Pat Battle
- Bruce Beck
- Matt Brickman
- Erica Byfield
- Adelle Caballero
- John Chandler
- Michael Gargiulo
- Ted Greenberg
- Adam Kuperstein
- Maria LaRosa
- Rana Novini
- Natalie Pasquarella
- Dave Price
- Melissa Russo