SallyAnn Mosey Biography


SallyAnn Mosey is an American reporter. SallyAnn Mosey is currently married.

More about the relationship

SallyAnn Mosey is currently married. She married James Matthew Walier on April 27, 1991, in Buffalo, New York. Currently, she resides in Monmouth County with her husband, 4 kids, and two cats named ‘Sunny Day’ and ‘Stormy Night.’ Her son Mitchell James Walier was born on June 01, 1995, in Bridgeport, CT, Steven Joseph Walier was born on December 03, 1997 in New Haven, CT, and Mark Nicholas Walier wa s born in Bryn Mawr, PA in Bryn Mawr, PA.

Furthermore, there is no information regarding the past relationships of SallyAnn prior to her marriage.

Relationship Facts of SallyAnn Mosey

  • SallyAnn Mosey is married to James Matthew Walier.
  • SallyAnn Mosey married on April 27, 1991.
  • 💑 Anniversary in 339 days 💑
  • She is mother of 4 (Mitchell James Walier, Steven Joseph Walier, Mark Nicholas Walier).
  • SallyAnn Mosey is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • Her sexual orientation is straight.

Who is SallyAnn Mosey?

SallyAnn Mosey is an American reporter, fill in anchor and weekend meteorologist for News 12 New Jersey. Additionally, she was a meteorologist for the FOX owned-and-operated television station WTXF-TV in Philadelphia.

Age(53 years), Parents, Siblings, Family, Ethnicity, Nationality and Education

SallyAnn was born on September 27, 1965, in Woodbine, NJ as the daughter of Thomas Mosey and Theresa.  There is no further information relating to her childhood and early life. She is of American nationality. Furthermore, she has not revealed her ethnic background as of yet.

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Talking about her education, SallyAnn attended the State University of New York at Buffalo and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in English and Communications. In addition, she has also been approved by American Meteorological Society (AMS).

SallyAnn Mosey: Career, Salary, and Net Worth

Initially, Sallyann started her career as a meteorologist working for the channel Fox. Next, she became the co-operator of the channel WTXF-TV originally run by FOX network. Later, she began working on the show ‘Good Day Philadelphia’ on Fox 29 News at Eleven.

SallyAnn worked as a weekend weathercaster and a reporter for WPVI-TV for eight years. Later, she moved to New York. On February 29, 2012, she made her final broadcast for WTXF. Furthermore, she has also presented feature stories on a wide variety of family life issues and topics in-studio and in the field for ‘Good Day Prior’. Additionally, she has also reported in-studio as well as traveled the metropolitan area.

SallyAnn garnered the Emmy Award nomination for general news reporting while she was working as a weekday weather anchor and reporter at WTNH-TV in New Haven, Connecticut.

Currently, there is no information regarding the salary and net worth of SallyAnn as of 2022. Additionally, she has not revealed this information to the public as of yet.

SallyAnn Mosey’s Rumors, and Controversy/Scandal

SallyAnn became part of the news after there was a rumor that she might be losing her job at the NBC O&O along with Long Island bureau chief Carolyn Gusoff, correspondent Monica Morales, and sportscaster Otis Livingston. Furthermore, as of now, she has lived a controversy-free career.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Body Size

Talking about her body measurement, SallyAnn’s height and weight is not known. Her hair color and eye color is dark brown.

 Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.

SallyAnn is fairly active on social media sites. She has a number of followers on social media sited such as Facebook and Twitter. She has more than 3.9k followers on Twitter. Similarly, her Facebook page has more than 64.7k followers and she has over 640 followers on Instagram.

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References:(www.genealogy, new jersey.news12)