Who is Alyse Zwick?
Alyse Zwick is a traffic reporter for Good Day Tampa Bay Fox 13 News. She joined FOX13 in July 2023 as a traffic reporter. She had spent 15 years working in journalism and entertainment in New York City before joining her current station.
Alyse moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee in 2020, where she worked as a breaking news reporter and morning anchor at a nearby NBC News station. She worked as an arena host for the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League from 2015 to 2019 and was also a cheerleader for the New York Jets flight crew from 2015 to 2019.
Alyse Zwick Age and Height
Zwick (37 years old as of 2023) is of Hungarian ancestry. She was born on January 27, 1986, in Scarsdale, New York, United States. Alyse stands at an average height of 5 feet 4 inches.
Alyse Zwick Education
Zwick graduated from Wright State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) in Acting and Performing Arts in 2005. She also graduated in 2011 from The City University of New York with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Culture.
Alyse Zwick Husband
Zwick is married to Jeff Cecil. The couple held their wedding in August 2021 and she went on social media to share several photos of her wedding celebration with her husband. On their first wedding anniversary, she posted a snippet of their wedding day and she praised her husband with lovely captions.
Alyse Zwick Salary
Zwick earns a salary that ranges between $51,657 – $98,637. This puts her on the list of among the best-paid journalists at FOX13. Her wages have increased over the years that she has worked in mainstream media.
Alyse Zwick Net Worth
Zwick has an estimated net worth of $500,000. She has built her wealth primarily from her career which spans over 10 years. Her job as a broadcaster has long been her primary source of income. She takes pride in fulfilling her childhood dreams and making some income from her career.
Alyse Zwick’s Career
Zwick started her career as a news anchor by hosting the New York City Veterans Day Parade. This was accompanied by volunteering in the veterans’ community alongside her grandfather, a decorated World War II soldier.
She landed her second job at News 12 New Jersey and worked on a full-time basis at Spectrum News NY1 where she sharpened her journalism skills. Four years later, she started working on Fox 5 New York’s “Good Day New York” as a traffic team member for iHeart Media. In 2018, she received an Emmy nomination for her coverage of the deadly East River Helicopter Crash.
She has experience working for a variety of media outlets. From 2015 to 2019, she hosted the NHL’s New York Islanders in the arena. After that, she started working for the WWE Network as a host and backstage reporter, contributing to FOX’s Friday Night Smackdown and “This Week in WWE” programs.
Her grandfather, a decorated WWII Army veteran, served as her inspiration for her popular outreach dedication to the community on behalf of war veterans. She has supported legislation to raise the standard of living for veterans and their families by lobbying local legislators and collaborating with them.
Zwick presents the yearly New York City Veterans Day Parade live from 5th Avenue. She also serves as the official spokesman for the United War Veterans Council in New York City. In 2022, she received a second Emmy nomination for her live coverage of the parade.