Christina Succi Biography and Wikipedia
Christina Soucy is a Canadian journalist, anchor and reporter currently working as weekend co-anchor with Stephen Keyes at CTV News based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. She also works as a reporter on weekdays. She joined the CTV News team in January 2018 as a video reporter and anchor. Prior to joining CTV, she worked as a reporter, producer and anchor at Global News for one year.
Christina Succi Education
Suchi studied at De La Salle College “Oaklands”. He then enrolled at Queen’s University where he obtained his dual degree, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education.
christina suki age and birthday
How old is Christina? Christina is 29 years old as 2023. She was born March 22, 1994, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. His birthday is always celebrated on 22 March every year. RELATED: Tanja Babich
Christina Succi Nationality and Ethnicity
Christina holds Canadian nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He belongs to Italian-Lebanese ancestry/ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Christina Suki Height
How tall is Suki? Suki stands at average height 5 feet 6 inches ,1.68 m, The details of his other body measurements are currently under review.
christina suki family
Suchi was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, in a multicultural family of Italian and Lebanese descent. His father was a dentist. He passed away in April of 2021 after a year long battle with cancer. However, information about his mother and siblings is currently under review. RELATED: Claudia Garofalo
christina suki husband
Is Christina Married? Succi is currently engaged to her longtime boyfriend Phil Bentivoglio, founder and president of Cashfill Solutions, Bentivoglio Holdings and Yb Apparel based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
christina suki wedding
Christina and her husband Phil are currently engaged, although the couple is yet to marry. Her information about her marriage is still under review.
christina suki weight loss
Suchi maintains body weight 121 lb (55 kg), She has not updated her weight loss in public domain yet. Though as a media personality, she has written articles and covered news on how one can keep their body physically fit. More details about her weight loss will be updated.
Christina Suki accident health | Disease
During a highly competitive soccer game, Kristina Suki suffered a serious injury, breaking her collarbone and breaking her sternum in several places. Adding to her difficulties, Christina experienced a devastating car accident on her way to work a few months after losing her father to cancer. Christina told her followers on social media on December 9, 2021, that she had been airlifted to a hospital in Ottawa and was receiving rigorous treatment to recover from her injuries.
christina suki salary
Christina, who works as a weekend co-anchor and weekday reporter at CTV News in Ottawa, earns an estimated annual salary of $83,000.
christina suki net worth
Christina Suki is a Canadian journalist, anchor and reporter who has a net worth of $1 million. RELATED: Neil Morrissey
Christina Suki CTV Ottawa
Christina currently works as a weekend co-anchor with Stephen Keyes at CTV News based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. She also works as a reporter on weekdays. She joined the CTV News team in January 2018 as a video reporter and anchor. Prior to joining CTV, she worked as a reporter, producer and anchor at Global News for one year.
In 2015, Christina began her career as a writer for TSN’s Sportscentre. Over time, her interest in the news grew, leading her to move beyond Toronto to explore the rest of Canada. In 2016, she made the decision to leave the bustling city and relocate to the beautiful prairies of Alberta, where she began her career as a reporter and late-night anchor for Global News. In 2017, Christina returned to the Bell Media family as a reporter and anchor for CTV Kitchener.
While working for CTV Kitchener, Christina covered the Kitchener home explosion in great detail. For two weeks, she was completely immersed in the affected community, and her reporting led to a number of distinguished eyewitness accounts. In addition, Christina played a key role in coverage of the deadly 2018 flu season. She broke the story of a 12-year-old girl who died of the flu in Guelph, prompting residents to flock to flu clinics, prompting Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health to extend its hours and add additional locations. I was forced to
Throughout her career, Suchi has earned numerous awards and nominations for her journalism work, including a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best News Anchor in a Local Market in 2018. He is highly respected in the Canadian journalism industry for his dedication to accurate and reliable reporting. ,
When she is not working, Suki loves to travel and spend time with her family and friends. He is also passionate about supporting various charities including the SickKids Foundation and the Toronto Humane Society.