Serena Altschul Profile
Serena Altschul is an American news anchor/reporter working for CBS. She joined the station in 2003 and is thrilled to work together with the CBS news team.
Serena Altschul Career
Altschul serves at CBS as a contributor for “CBS Sunday Morning.” Altschul was named as a CBS News contributing correspondent in December 2003. Altschul has formerly been a New York reporter for CNN (2002-03). She created and anchored a one-hour “CNN Presents” special on the revival of PCP aired last November and also contributed to “NewsNight With Aaron Brown.”
While on CNN, Altschul used to act as a reporter and editor for MTV News, which she supported as a consultant to the Cable Network’s “Choose or Lose” political awareness program in 1996. She reported a wide range of hard news and popular culture stories for MTV, including interviews with world figures and musical icons. Altschul has created, produced, and hosted an MTV television series named “Breaking it Down an hour-long, one-topic special focusing on issues such as gang warfare, homeless youth, and the consequences of drug trafficking. This series has been going on for four years (1999-2002). She hosted two celebrated editions of MTV’s “True Life” season, one on drug addiction by wealthy Dallas teens and another on the murder of Matthew Shepard, an openly gay student at Wyoming University.
In December 2001, she contributed to the CBS News magazine “48 Hours” on the growing use and misuse of Oxycontin. Previously, Altschul was a reporter for Channel One Television, a news channel used in high schools around the country. She also created “The Last Party,” a documentary on the presidential election of 1992, while in college.
Serena Altschul Age
Altschul was born on October 13, 1970, in New York City, in the United States (she is 51 years old as of 2021.) She celebrates her birthday on the 13th of October every year.
Serena Altschul Height
Serena stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 m) tall.
Quick Facts About Serena Altschul
|Age||51 years old as of 2021|
|Net Worth||$1 million -$5 Million|
Serena Altschul Family
Altschul is the daughter of author and botanist Siri von Reis and Arthur Altschul, a member of Lehman’s banking circle. Her mother is a half-Finnish and half-Swedish ancestor and her father is a Jewish ancestor. Since her parents had divorced, two-year-old Serena and two siblings had been adopted by their mum. Altschul has four brothers and sisters.
Her brother, Arthur Goodhart Altschul Jr., was married to journalist Rula Jebreal and her niece, Emily Altschul, was married to former journalist and NYPD Deputy Commissioner John Miller. She also has two half-brothers, Charles Altschul, and a mathematician, Stephen Altschul, from her father’s former marriage, and a step-brother, Whitney Sudler-Smith, from her father’s later marriage to Patricia Dey’s reality television series personality.
Serena Altschul Husband
Altschul was married to Arthur Altschul, a great businessman. The couple married in 1996 and her husband died in 2002.
Serena Altschul Salary
Being one of the top journalists for CBS, Altschul earns an annual salary ranging from $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.
Serena Altschul’s Net Worth
Altschul has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 Million which she has earned through her successful career as a journalist.
Serena Altschul CBS News
At CBS News Altschul works alongside;
- Jeffrey Pegues
- Jamie Yuccas
- Susan Zirinsky
- Mireya Villarreal
- Bill Whitaker
- Holly Williams
- Omar Villafranca
- Peter Van Sant
- Imtiaz Tyab
- Jonathan Vigliotti
- Tracy Smith
- Susan Spencer
- Bob Schieffer
- David Begnaud