Clare Huddleston Biography
Clare Huddleston is a pre-eminent American anchor and news reporter working for WBRC News currently. She has received top honors from the Associated Press such as Best News Anchor, and Best Sports Story.
Best Sports Feature, and Best Spot News Story during her time in her broadcast career. Huddleston was serving in Tuscaloosa before joining WBRC in October 2011.
Clare Huddleston Age
Clare Huddleston was born on June 10, 1983, in the United States. Therefore, she celebrates her birthday every June 10. Huddleston is 39 years old as of 2022.
Clare Huddleston Height
She stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches ( Approx 1.73m).
Clare Huddleston Family
Huddleston was born in the United States to her caring mother Stella Stewart, and supportive father Tom Stewart, in the United States. She was raised along with her pretty sister called Betsy Stewart.
Clare Huddleston Husband
On April 2, 2011, Huddleston got married to his lovely husband, John Huddleston. He was a former multimedia journalist, news reporter, and fill-in -anchor for WBRC. The duo exchanged their wedding vows on April 2, 2011.
The couple shares a strong bond that she often shares photos of him across her social media platforms. Together, they are the proud parents of three children Libby, Anna Clare, and Drew. Clare and her handsome husband live in Alabama.
Clare Huddleston Education
Huddleston graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications. Spanish, and Film from the University of Alabama. She was working in a local station, WVUA-TV as a reporter, producer, and anchor while schooling in Alabama.
Clare Huddleston Salary
Huddleston receives an annual salary of $78,5000, according to WBRC News achor’s/reorter’s salaries.
Clare Huddleston Net Worth
She earns an approximate net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Clare Huddleston Career
Presently, Huddleston serves for WBRC News as an anchor and reporter. She reports /anchors for the station’s, Good Day Alabama. Huddleston served for a decade in Tuscaloosa before joining WBRC in October 2011. \
She has also served for WVUA-TV as an anchor, reporter, and producer. Huddleston provided coverage for the hiring of Alabama football coach Hurricanes. Ivan, Nick Saban, and Katrina, the trial of convicted the tornado outbreak.
On April 27, 2011, and Fayette County cop killer Devin Moore while serving in Tuscaloosa. She has earned top honors from the Associated Press such as Best Sports Story, Best Sports Feature, Best News Anchor.
And Best Spot News Story during her time in her broadcast career. Huddleston enjoys spending her time volunteering, running, and traveling when she is not at work. Additionally, She serves Alpha Chi Omega as a volunteer.