Courtney Friel is a news anchor and reporter at KTLA. She also anchors the prime time newscasts on the weekend and reports three days during the week.
Prior to joining KTLA, Courtney worked at Fox News Channel for six years. There she was a New York correspondent and a fill-in host on “Fox & Friends”. This hot reporter was a fan favorite on the show “RedEye”.
Before joining FNC, 36-year-old Friel was an anchor and reporter for KPSP (CBS) in California. She also hosted “The World Poker Tour” on the Travel Channel and co-anchored Court TV’s “The Saturday Night Solution.”
In 2004, Courtney worked as a west coast correspondent for FOX’s “America’s Most Wanted.” This skilled reporter has been a field reporter for various networks including E! Entertainment, Oxygen Channel, GOTV Mobile Television, Comcast Cable, and “Extra.”
Courtney’s first job in local news was the primetime anchor at WBBJ (ABC) in Tennessee. Her job included shooting, editing, and writing her own stories.
This sensational TV personality was nominated for an Emmy for her contributions. She has interviewed many celebrities.
Friel attended Methacton High School in Pennsylvania. There she regularly made the televised morning announcements and was active in the school's media production class. She was chosen to appear in Channel One News' student-produced week in Los Angeles after submitting a short video.
She earned a Bachelor of Arts from San Diego State University majoring in Political Science.
She married her long-time boyfriend Carter Evans and has a son and daughter with him. Evans was working in San Diego and Los Angeles markets as a freelance News and Feature Reporter at the time. He is the correspondent for CBS News. But the happy couple divorced in 2016.
With her long-standing successful career, she has been earning a handsome salary of $300,000 and has an estimated net worth of $12 million as of 2016. She has had several properties to her name bought from her earning from various networks.