Rick Reichmuth Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Salary, Net Worth and Fox News

Rick Reichmuth Biography

Rick Reichmuth is a well-known American meteorologist who spent 11 years on the Fox News program, Fox and Friends.


How old is Rick Reichmuth? – Age

He is 52 years old as of 21 May 2021. He was born Richard “Rick” Reichmuth in 1969 in Prescott, Arizona, United States.

Rick Reichmuth Family – Education

Rick was born and raised in Prescott, Arizona, and earned a bachelor’s degree in Spanish Literature from Arizona State University. After nearly a decade in banking, he decided to make a career change and pursue his lifelong ambition of becoming a meteorologist.

Who is Rick Reichmuth’s wife?

She has been married to Jovita Smith since 2013. The couple has two children and together live in a lavish house in New York City.

What is Rick Reichmuth Salary?

He earns a salary of $60,000.

Rick Reichmuth Net Worth

Smith has an estimated net worth of $2 million.

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Rick Reichmuth Career

Reichmuth recently covered the devastation caused by an EF5 tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. Since joining FNC in 2004, Reichmuth has provided FNC with invaluable coverage of every hurricane season. Reichmuth worked as a live weather anchor for Weather Services International in Andover, Massachusetts, before joining FNC. Reichmuth previously worked as a freelance weather anchor for WFXT-FOX 25 in Boston, where he anchored weather for weekend newscasts. Reichmuth previously worked in Atlanta, GA as a weather anchor for CNN, CNN Headline News, and CNN International.

There, he took on a variety of responsibilities while collaborating closely with executive producers to ensure that accurate weather forecasts were distributed in a timely and efficient manner. In Atlanta, GA, Reichmuth started his career as a production coordinator for CNN en Espanol. Reichmuth earned a bachelor’s degree in Spanish literature from Arizona State University before enrolling in broadcast meteorology programs at Georgia State University and Mississippi State University. He is a member of the National Weather Association and the American Meteorological Society.