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Sean Mooney Profile
Sean Mooney is an American anchor who is currently working at News 4 Tucson. At the station, he anchors alongside Monica Garcia and Angelique Lizard at 5, 6, and 10 p.m. Additionally, he worked for the World Wrestling Federation (WWE) as an announcer and studio host before being hired by WWOR TV as an enterprise reporter.
Sean Mooney Age
Mooney is 64 years old as of 2023. He was born 21st on May 1959 in Rochester, New York United States of America. Furthermore, he celebrates his birthday on the 21st of May every year.
Sean Mooney Height
He stands at the height of 5 feet 10 inches tall. However, information about his weight will be updated when available.
Sean Mooney Family
Mooney has a brother and a sister, however, he has neither disclosed the names of his parents nor those of his siblings as he likes to keep his personal life private. However, we will update this information as soon as it is available.
Sean Mooney Wife
Moomey is happily married to his loving wife Katharine Harrington Flynn who is the daughter of Suzanne D. Flynn and Michael H. Flynn of Fairfield. The couple tied the knot on 1st June 2002. However, Mooney likes to keep his life private hence, he has not disclosed any information about his wife and whether the couple has children or not. Research is ongoing and we will update this information as soon as it is available.
Sean Mooney Career
Mooney anchors News 4 Tucson alongside Monica Garcia and Angelique Lizard at 5, 6, and 10 p.m. His journey to News 4 Tucson took nearly three decades, but according to Sean, it was worth waiting for. After growing up in Tucson and watching Channel 4 as a kid, Sean went to the University of Arizona and earned a degree in Radio-Television.
After graduating, he packed his bags and headed to New York City to work for Major League Productions, where he worked his way up to producer, and eventually, moved in front of the camera as a reporter and host. He would go on to work for the World Wrestling Federation (WWE) as an announcer and studio host before being hired by WWOR TV as an enterprise reporter.
At WWOR, Sean worked his way to the anchor desk, covering such stories as the crash of TWA flight 800 and the ’96 Republican and Democratic conventions. His next stop was WBZ in Boston, where Sean worked as a reporter and anchor before returning to Tucson to start his own production company, Moonrise Productions, and to work for Fox Sports Net. Along the way, Sean has earned numerous accolades for his work, including three Emmy awards.
Sean Mooney WWF Career
Mooney debuted on the May 15, 1988, edition of the WWF Wrestling Challenge, replacing announcer Craig DeGeorge. During his time in the WWF, Mooney’s primary duties included play-by-play announcing for matches aired on Prime Time Wrestling, WWF Mania, WWF All-American Wrestling, as host of Coliseum Video releases and hosting the “Events Center” segment during the WWF’s syndicated TV shows, such as WWF Superstars and WWF Wrestling Challenge.
The “Event Center” was a segment used to promote feuds and house shows. During a moment when Earthquake squashed Jake Roberts’ pet snake, Damian, cuts were made to Mooney in the “Event Center” to censor out the moments of impact. Mooney made his pay-per-view debut at the first SummerSlam in August 1988 as an interviewer. On occasion, Mooney portrayed his fictional siblings, an identical twin sister named Betty on Prime Time Wrestling and identical twin brother Ian Mooney while co-hosting Wrestling Spotlight.
Mooney’s last major appearances were at the 1992 Survivor Series and early episodes of WWF Monday Night Raw, with his actual last appearance on WWF TV as the host of the countdown show to WrestleMania IX. In April 1993, his contract expired and he opted not to renew it. He was replaced by Todd Pettengill as an interviewer and Event Center personality and by Gorilla Monsoon on WWF Mania and WWF All-American Wrestling for play-by-play.
Sean Mooney Workmates
- Monica Garcia
- Robbie Reynold
- Destiny Quinn
- Matt Brode
- Shea Sorenson
- Daniel McFarland
- Paul Cicala
- David Kelly
Sean Mooney Salary
He has an estimated annual salary of $30,000 to $80,000 from his career at KVOA News.
Sean Mooney Net Worth
Mooney has an estimated annual Net Worth of $ 1 million to $5 million earned from his career as an Anchor.
Sean Mooney Social Media Platforms
Mooney is active on his Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages. He has 821 followers on Twitter, 539 followers on Instagram, and 1.9k followers on Facebook.