Bob Sirott Biography and Wiki

Robert “Bob” Sirott is an American broadcaster who was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He works as the morning host at WGN-AM in Chicago. He is also a former television news anchor, most recently working in that role at Chicago’s WFLD.

Bob Sirott Age

Robert “Bob” Sirott is 71 years as of 2020. He was born on 9 August 1949 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. He celebrates his birthday on 9th August. His zodiac sign is Leo.

Bob Sirott Height

Bob stands at an average height and has moderate weight. He appears to be quite tall in stature if his photos, relative to his surroundings, are anything to go by. However, details regarding his actual height and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We are keeping tabs and will update this information once it is out.

Bob Sirott Education

Sirott grew up in the Albany Park neighborhood on Chicago’s North Side. He started working as a page for NBC in Chicago in 1966, while a senior in high school. Sirott graduated from Theodore Roosevelt High School in Chicago in 1967, then earned a bachelor’s degree from Columbia College Chicago.

Bob Sirott Family, Parents and Siblings

Bob was born and raised by his parents in Chicago, Illinois. Our efforts to find out more about his family came to no avail as no such information is publicly available. Thus, the identity of his parents is still unclear. It is also not known if he has any sisters or brothers. Nevertheless, this section will be updated as soon as it is available.

Bob Sirott Marriages and Children

Sirott was married to Carrie Cochran, in 1981 when she was a news anchor at WBBM-TV. They worked together at WFLD-TV until in 1995 when they separated prior to their 1999 divorce. Sirott married newscaster Marianne Murciano in June 1999. He has one daughter and two stepchildren with Murciano and resides in Wilmette, Illinois.

Bob Sirott Wife, Marianne Murciano

Marianne Murciano (Sirott) is an American journalist. She co-hosted a morning program called “Fox Thing in the Morning” on Chicago’s Fox affiliate (WFLD) from 1993–97, with her husband, Bob Sirott. In 2005 Murciano conducted some co-interviews with Sirott for Chicago Tonight. Murciano was born in Havana, Cuba, and moved to Miami in 1961.

Bob Sirott Salary

WFLD News salaries range from an average of $42,010 to $141,819 a year. However, these figures may vary substantially according to the level of seniority of the employee in question. At the moment, we do not have the exact salary of Gilchrist but we’ll keep tabs and update once it is available.

Bob Sirott Net Worth

Bob has an estimated Net Worth of between $3 million dollars and $5 million dollars as of 2020. This includes his Assets, Money, and Income. His primary source of income is his career as a journalist. Through his various sources of income, he has been able to accumulate a good fortune but prefers to lead a modest lifestyle.

Bob Sirott Measurements and Facts

Here are some interesting facts and body measurements you should know about Bob Sirott

Bob Sirott Bio and Wiki

Full Names: Robert “Bob” Sirott Popular As: Bob Gender: Male Occupation / Profession: Journalist Nationality: American Race / Ethnicity: White Religion:  Not Known Sexual Orientation: Straight

Bob Sirott Birthday

Age / How Old?: 71 years (2020) Zodiac Sign: Leo Date of Birth: 9 August 1949 Place of Birth: Chicago, Illinois, United States Birthday: 9th August

Bob Sirott Body Measurements

Height / How Tall?:  Not Known Weight: Not Known Eye Color: Brown Hair Color: Black

Bob Sirott Family and Relationship

Father (Dad): Not Known Mother: Not Known Siblings (Brothers and Sisters):  Not Known Marital Status: Married Wife/Spouse or Husband/Spouse: Children:  Sons ( none) Daughter(s) (one)

Bob Sirott Networth and Salary

Net Worth: $1 to $ 5 Million Salary: Under Review Source of Income: Journalism career

Bob Sirott House and Cars

Place of living: To be Updated Cars:  Car Brand to be Updated

Bob Sirott Journalism Career

Sirott started his career in 1971 in radio as a summer vacation fill-in disc jockey for WBBM-FM before moving to WLS (AM) in 1973. From 1973 until December 1979, he was a top disc jockey at WLS. Sirott shifted to television in 1980, taking a job at WBBM-TV. After five years at WBBM, he took a job with the CBS newsmagazine West 57th, although the network allowed him to remain based in Chicago.

In 1988, Sirott left West 57th, telling the Chicago Sun-Times in an article that ran on December 22, 1987: “If (‘West 57th’) were more of a personality-oriented show, and if I had the opportunity to do some live things, I’d be able to withstand it longer. But it’s just been too difficult for me to work in this system with 25 different producers and not have hands-on control over my own pieces.”

Sirott returned to Chicago’s airwaves at WMAQ-TV in March 1989, as a noon news anchor and program host; the following year, he launched and was the co-anchor of WMAQ-TV’s “First Thing in the Morning” together with Allison Rosati. After four years at WMAQ, he was fired in July 1993—for the first time in his career—after he and management had a difference of opinion over his and his show’s autonomy.

Bob Sirott WFLD

Sirott returned to work in March 1994, anchoring “Fox Thing in the Morning” on Chicago’s FOX affiliate WFLD with his future wife Marianne Murciano, until she was moved to another time slot at the station in June 2000. It was ranked high in the Nielsen ratings and fans were taken aback when they learned that the show was unceremoniously cancelled and renamed “Fox News in the Morning.” Sirott was bounced on September 27, 2000, as the station’s host—concurrent with the show’s renaming.

News reports had stated that he didn’t want to work with new anchor, Tamron Hall, who had replaced his wife, but Sirott downplayed those rumors in a Chicago Sun-Times article on September 28, 2000. “It’s not about Tamron,” Sirott told the paper. “It’s about changes in the focus and direction of the show.”

He was removed as co-host with 2½ years remaining on his contract and he was nominally kept on WFLD’s payroll to develop new programming for Fox stations and the company’s syndication division. Sirott rejoined WFLD on July 19, 2010, as co-anchor of the 9 p.m. news togethre with Robin Robinson. He remained in that role until 2013, when his contract expired.

Bob Sirott WTTW

Sirott hosted “Chicago Tonight” on the Chicago PBS station WTTW from June 2002 to December 2005. At WTTW Sirott also hosted the “Friday Night Show.” In 2005, his contract was not renewed because of cost cutting. Sirott rejoined WMAQ in early 2006, as a weekend anchor joining Anna Davlantes on the weekend 5 and 10 PM broadcasts. He at one time co-anchored the 4:30 PM newscast alongside Marion Brooks.

Sirott also co-anchored the 5:00, 6:00 and 10:00 PM newscasts (briefly succeeding the now-retired Warner Saunders in this capacity) with Allison Rosati. However, on June 11, 2009, he left WMAQ-TV after he and the station were unable to come to financial terms in the wake of Saunders’ departure.

Chicago radio station WGN announced on April 12, 2007, that it was reviving The Noon Show with Sirott as its host. On January 25, 2010, Sirott was removed from The Noon Show. He returned to weekday radio at WGN in 2013. Sirott is also known for his “One more thing” commentaries on various topics, many of which are Chicago related.

Sirott was seen in cameo appearances as a reporter on the FOX Dramas Prison Break during its first season and The Chicago Code. He made his debut as a reporter for The Onion News Network in July 2014 with the story “Deadly Super Rainbow Tears Through West Coast”.

Frequently Asked Questions About Bob Sirott

Who is Bob Sirott?

Robert “Bob” Sirott is an American broadcaster who was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He works as the morning host at WGN-AM in Chicago. He is also a former television news anchor, most recently working in that role at Chicago’s WFLD.

How old is Bob Sirott?

Robert “Bob” Sirott is 71 years as of 2020. He was born on 9 August 1949 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.

How tall is Bob Sirott?

He has not shared his height with the public. His height will be listed once we have it from a credible source.

Is Bob Sirott married?

Sirott married newscaster Marianne Murciano in June 1999. He has one daughter and two stepchildren with Murciano and resides in Wilmette, Illinois.

How much is Bob Sirott worth?

Working as an anchor at WFLD, there is no doubt Aaron earns a good salary and has been able to accumulate good net worth. However, his exact net worth has not yet been revealed but the information will be updated as soon as it is available.

How much does Bob Sirott make?

Bob’s annual salary is estimated to be between $ 24,292 and $ 72,507 or an hourly average wage of between $ 10.15 and $ 31.32. This is per our average wage estimates for a journalist in the United States.

Where does Bob live?

Because of security reasons, he has not shared his precise location of residence. We will immediately update this information if we get the location and images of his house.

Is Bob dead or alive?

He is still alive and Very Healthy. There have been no reports of him being sick or having any health-related issues.

Where is Bob now?

He is pursuing his career in journalism. He is working as a news reporter at WFLD news.

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