Net worth and Salary
Sue Simmons salary from WNBC was 5million dollars per year which is why we can guess that Sue Simmons net worth is huge. She was one of the highest paid WNBC reporters of her time which is the reason why WNBC decided not to renew her contract and bid her farewell from the News station. Sue began working in the WNBC and became its main female anchor. From 1980 to 2012, she worked on the channel. On 2012, after her contract expired, her contract was not renewed by the WNBC. It has been said that Sue Simmons reportedly cried every day after being abandoned from the WNBC. She is known to be a devoted lover of her job. She has since posted and said several statements in regards to WNBC not renewing her contract. Simmons used to do an on-air facial impression of a groundhog after her broadcast ended on each Groundhog Day.
Is Sue Simmons Married? Who is her Husband?
Sue Simmons is not married. So, she has no husband or children. Sue Simmons has been connected with her longtime partner Chuck Scarborough. They were called as Chuck and Sue in their show together. They have been considered to be one of the best on-air partners. Sue mentions to him as her on-air husband and they share a good friendship. Sue Simmons has never been associated with anyone from the journalism sector. It seems she is single and will remain so for a long time to come.
Although not married, Sue Simmons has told in an interview that her co host Chuck Scarborough could be taken as TV husband of her. She admitted that Chuck had always been there when she needed support. Simmons was replaced on the 11 p.m. newscast by Shiba Russell. Chuck and Sue (as they were known in New York) were together since Simmons's arrival at WNBC—the longest run for an anchor team in New York City television history.
After she worked in the WBAL-TV from the years 1974 to 1976, Sue Simmons started off as a consumer action reporter at the WTNH-TV. From 1976 to 1980 she held the position of a reporter and anchor for the WRC-TV.
From 1980 to 2007 Sue Simmons was the co-anchor for the WNBC’s hit show Live at Five. She anchored with Chuck Scarborough and they were called Chuck and Sue. They were together since Simmon’s arrival in the WNBC. They have been known for being the part of the longest run for an anchor team in the history of New York City television.
On March 7, 2012 Sue Simmons’s contract with the WNBC channel ended. But the channel announced that it would not renew the contract with her. She received farewells from her co-actors and a huge number of celebrities. She was replaced by Shiba Russell.
Sue Simmons was born in New York City, New York on the 27th of May, 1942. Her father John Simmons, a jazz bassist. She was joined in the Julia Richman High School. On 1961 she graduated from there. Sue holds an American nationality.