American journalist, Shiri Spear is currently working as a meteorologist at FOX 25. Previously, she worked at several networks as a meteorologist and environment reporter in WTVJ and NBC6. She is active in the field for years from where she is making a great net worth.
American journalist, Shiri Spear is currently working as a meteorologist at FOX 25. Previously, she worked at several networks as a meteorologist and environment reporter in WTVJ and NBC6.
Who Is Shiri Spear Husband? Do They Have Any Children?
Shiri Spear married her boyfriend turned husband, Matt. The couple tied the knot in a private ceremony.
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Well, the husband-wife couple met for the first time while they were attending the same high school. Eventually, they fell for one another and started dating.
Moreover, the pair shares two children together. Both of them are daughters, Gabrielle and Mia. She and her husband are very protective and prefer to keep their children far from the spotlight.
As of now, Spear and her spouse are living a blissful married life without any divorce rumor.
Besides, Spear keeps o posting several pictures and videos on her social media which helps her to gather a huge fan following. As of now, her Instagram has over 24k followers whereas, her Twitter has more than 31k followers.
Shiri Spear Net Worth
Shiri Spear is active in the field of journalism for years from where she definitely collects a good net worth. As of now, she has an accumulated net worth of not less than $1 million.
As per some sources, a FOX 25 meteorologist makes an annual salary of $126,785. She is still very active as a meteorologist from which we can see a rise in her salary.
Shiri Spear Bio/Wiki
Shiri Spear was born in Hollis, N.H England. She is an American citizen and is of Caucasian ethnicity/race. Her parents raised her in hometown Hollis.
Moreover, Spear joied the Secondary Mathematics Education at Rivier College from where she gained a degree in secondary mathematics education. Later, she studied atmospheric and oceanic sciences at Canadian University.