Roseanne Colletti was born in Texas, the United States of America, but the exact date of her birth is unavailable. By nationality, she is an American and belongs to white ethnicity.
Upon her high school graduation, Colletti attended Houston of University from where she earned the bachelors degree in arts and communication.
Currently, Colletti serves at NBC 4HD as a consumer reporter. She files consumer reports for NewsChannel 4’s various newscast, with a major focus on money-saving tips, products recall as well as efficient spending.
Before NBC 4HD, Colletti used to work for WCBS-TV. At the station, she began as a general assignment reporter. Later, she distinguished herself as Channel 2’s New Jersey Correspondent. After eight years of joining the WCBS-TV, she went on to launch the station’s “Troubleshooter” unit for which she earned two Emmy Awards and several other. Her work on issues of concern to consumer received her the appreciation of being one of that station’s most highly respected reporters.
Not only at WNBC and NBC 4, but the media diva Colletti has also served at WNGE-TV, as an anchor. She played the same role for La, Shreveport, KSLA-TV, Tenn., and Nashville. Also, she has worked for KFDM-TV as a reporter. For her report on substandard housing, she was awarded the Associated Press Broadcasters “Best Documentary Award” at KFDM-TV.
Moving on to her personal life, Colletti is a married woman but has not revealed her husband's name. Thus far, there is no rumors and news in the media regarding her extra-marital affairs. She is blessed with a daughter.
The significant source of Colletti’s earning comes from her professional journalism career. She gets paid $53,000 per annum as her salary. As of now, her net worth is estimated to be $0.5 million.
While at WCBS-TV, she used to get paid around $40K.