Gary Tuchman Biography
Gary Tuchman is an American Emmy award-winning journalist working for CNN, where he serves as a national correspondent. He has been working with the network since 1990.
Gary Tuchman Age
Tuchman is 61 years as of 2022. He was born in 1961 in the United States of America. Hence he has not yet disclosed the date or month, he was born.
Gary Tuchman Height
Tuchman stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches tall.
Gary Tuchman Family
Tuchman was born to his father and mother in the United States of America. Gray’s father is called Ronald E. who serves as the CEO of Child World. However, there is no information about his mother and siblings.
Gary Tuchman Wife
Tuchman married Katherine M. Stark in a Jewish ceremony at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York in 190. They are together blessed with one daughter called Lindsay Tuchman, who serves as a journalist.
Gary Tuchman’s Net Worth
Tuchman has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million-$3 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a national correspondent.
Gary Tuchman Salary
He earns an annual salary ranging from $50,000 – $ 90,000.
Gary Tuchman Education
Tuchman attended Boston University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in broadcast journalism. Moreover, Gary won the Alumni award in the year 2003 at the university.
Gary Tuchman Career
Tuchman works for CNN based in Atlanta where he serves as a national correspondent. He serves as a staff correspondent for the Anderson Cooper 360 program. Additionally, he has reported from the hard-hit towns on Japan’s northern coast. Tuchman also covered the earthquake that killed more than 300 thousand people for some months in Haiti. His live reports the morning after the quake amid the rubble proved stunning to viewers around the world who, until then, had no way of knowing the intensity of the devastation.
Moreover, he was in Copiapo, Chile in between both quakes. Where he covered the rescue of the 33 Chile miners, who had been trapped underground. Gray reported how the miners were triumphantly raised to safely live from the rescue site. He was one of the few international reporters who were able to get to Iceland to report firsthand. On the volcanic eruption led to the cancellation of thousands of flights across the globe. Tuchman also spent part of 2010 reporting for the documentary What the Pope Knew.
The documentary provided evidence that Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict. They had direct knowledge that priests who had committed sexual molestations were being protected by the Church. Additionally, reported on the drug war and the grotesque violence that goes along with it at the border regions of Mexico. In addition, he has done e many stories on the polygamist cult known as the FLDS (Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints). Gary also covered the child sexual abuse that has been practiced by many within the sect.
Gary Tuchman Alaska
Tuchman covered and investigated GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin in Alaska during the 2008 election. He also reported on both Barack Obama and John McCain. Where he covered the inauguration of Obama and also provided live reports at one of that night’s inaugural balls. Moreover, Gary became one of the very few reporters allowed into a coal mine during a search and rescue operation in 2007. The drama at the Crandall Canyon mine turned out to be tragic.
Moreover, Tuchman spent much of the summer and fall of 2005 covering hurricanes Wilma in Louisiana, Florida, and Texas. Additionally, he reported as an embedded journalist with the U.S. Air Force during the war in Iraq, arriving days before the war began in 2003. Gary returned to Iraq once again going on missions with members of the U.S. Air Force in 2006. In 2002, he spent weeks reporting throughout the country of Afghanistan. On top of that, Tuchman covered the nation’s first “Loya Jirga” since the fall of the Taliban.
The traditional way Afghans selected their new leaders. He has covered all the U.S. presidential elections during his years with CNN. Gray began reporting from Ground Zero in New York City the day after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Providing constant updates and detailed descriptions of the devastation. In addition to that, he covered the capture of the Unabomber in Montana, the anthrax scare, and the crash of TWA Flight 800. Tuchman also covered the D.C.-area sniper case and the tragedy of the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster.
Gary Tuchman WPEC-TV
Prior to joining CNN, Tuchman served as an anchor and reporter at WPEC-TV, the CBS affiliate in West Palm Beach, Fla for five years where he specialized in political reporting. While at the station he did a series on the Intifada from West Bank and the Gaza Strip. Moreover, Gary won an Emmy Award nomination for the series. Tuchmna came to WPEC-TV from WBOC-TV, the CBS affiliate in Salisbury, Md, serving as the primary anchor and reporter. Additionally, he received several Associated Press awards while at WPEC-TV for excellence inspot news reporting, enterprise, and documentary.
Furthermore, Gary’s reporting contributed to two 2011 Emmy Awards for AC 360’s Haiti earthquake coverage. He was also elected for a 2010 Emmy award for his reporting of a scandal in Texas in which police officers steal from minority motorists. His reporting also contributed to a 2010 George Foster Peabody Award for coverage of the Gulf Oil Spill. Other awards include a 1996 Emmy Award for the coverage of the Oklahoma City bombing. He also received a 2005 Peabody Award for Hurricane Katrina coverage, and a 2009 Peabody Award for coverage of the Presidential Primary contests.
Gary Tuchman Social Media Platforms
He is active on his social media accounts and is often seen posting on his Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. He has over 10 followers on Instagram, over 30 followers on Facebook, and over 38K followers on his Twitter accounts.