Bonnie Schneider Wiki, Bio, Age, Husband, Divorce and Net Worth
Date: 23 Nov, 2014 Report This
|Date of Birth/Birthday||1969 (Age 47)|
|Working For/Engaged On||CNN|
|Husband/Spouse||Michael Samuel Sikowitz|
|Net Worth||$3 Million Dollars (approx.)|
|Body Measurements||34-28-36 Inch.|
Bonnie Schneider is one of the television meteorologists. She is also the well-known author of ‘Extreme Weather: A Guide and Record Book’ that educates readers about natural calamities and the way to survive through it. This weather anchor works for CNN TV at present.
Talking about how her career started at a tender age in the early 1990s. She began as an anchor at KPLC-TV in Lake Charles, Louisiana, where she appeared as weekend meteorologist and a reporter focusing on the stories about entertainment and lifestyle of American people.
One decision that Bonnie is always proud of is her first appeared on CNN TV in the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season, which was considered to be the most vicious and dangerous hurricane season in recorded history. She appeared on CNN TV to cover this news of hurricane on June 11, 2005.
Additionally, she also covered international news for CNN TV by covering the news about the earthquake in China's Sichuan Province in the year 2008 and also the news about Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar, which was the strong tropical cyclone that caused the worst natural disaster in the recorded history.
Bonnie works as the Co-Executive Producer for the TV show called LAST HOUSE STANDING, which provides tips on how to survive through storm, hurricane and against earthquakes, tornadoes, and flood. She is also said to be known as the Extreme Weather Expert. This is one of the famous shows that she has worked for.
Her net worth is supposed to be $3 million (approx.) as she is one of the richest and most successful TV meteorologists.
She didn’t directly reach to CNN TV. Before joining CNN TV, she has worked for different TV channels like WLVI-TV located in Boston, Massachusetts, WFOR-TV located in Miami, Florida, News 12 TV channel located in New York, Long Island and WXII-TV located in North Carolina, Winston-Salem.
Bonnie has already reached around 47 years of age but she has maintained her body very well. This beautiful CNN and HLN meteorologist often looks amazing in tight dresses with long sexy legs and perfect body measurements of 34-28-36 inches. She has a height of around 5 ft. 3 inches.
Bonnie has become really successful but she doesn’t want everyone to know about it or talk about it. Bonnie seems to be very secretive in her personal life. This could be the only reason why there aren’t any rumors about her past life and her boyfriends.
Short love story:
No matter how many secrets she keeps, we know that she is married. In the year 2000, on April 30, Bonnie Schneider and Michael Samuel Sikowitz got married.
She had been dating Michael ever since they met at Michael’s sister’s wedding in 1998. They decided to have dinner at his sister’s wedding and fell in love. There is no information about her divorce and her children. Nor does she seem to be having any external affairs.
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Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter have helped us know more about her recent activities and allowed us to get updates about her. One can find pictures of her on sites like Flickr. Fans can get more information on her and her biography through wiki sites like Wikipedia. More information about Bonnie Schneider can also be found on her personal website.
But there is no information about her salary mentioned anywhere. This hot American Meteorological is ranked high for being excellent in the both technical weather knowledge and communication skills as required for any TV host or anchor.
Bonnie Schneider was born in the year 1969, which makes her 47 years of age. She is the daughter of Rhoda Schneider and Stephen B. Schneider and was born and raised in Jericho, New York. She completed her Bachelor’s in journalism from the Boston University in the year 1991. After her Bachelor’s degree, she studied meteorology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and Hunter College in Manhattan.