Ann Marie Laflamme WXMI, Bio, Age, Boyfriend, Career, Net Worth
Ann Marie Laflamme Biography
Ann Marie LaFlamme is a journalist and news anchor from the United States who worked as an anchor and reporter at WXMI-TV in Detroit from March 2015 to March 2020. She was best known as a morning anchor and reporter for WXYZ 7 Action News, a Detroit, Michigan-based television station.
According to her social media posts, Laflamme left WXYZ 7 in March 2020. Previously, she used to work as an anchor and reporter at FOX 17 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where she covered the weekly FOX 17 segment “West Michigan’s Most Wanted.”
Ann Marie Laflamme Age/Birthday
Laflamme is a 34-year-old news anchor and reporter born on August 12, 1987. She has been celebrating her birthday on the 12th of August every year since 1987.
Ann Marie Laflamme Height
Laflamme is a news anchor and reporter with a standing height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.8 meters).
Ann Marie Laflamme Family
The American news anchor was born to her parents in Rochester Hill, Michigan, USA. Unfortunately, Laflamme has not disclosed information regarding her parents or her siblings. We are however trying to get the information and we’ll update the page when we get it.
Ann Marie Laflamme Boyfriend
Laflamme is a highly private person who prefers not to share anything about her personal life with others. As a result, she has kept information about her love life hidden. We are, however, attempting to obtain the information, and will update the page as soon as possible.’
Ann Marie Laflamme Education
Laflamme has not yet disclosed information regarding her educational background.
Ann Marie Laflamme Career
Laflamme worked as an anchor and reporter for WXMI-TV in Detroit for five years. She joined the TV station in March 2015 and was previously known as a Morning Anchor and reporter at WXYZ 7 Action News, a Detroit, Michigan-based television station. Also, she was an anchor and reporter at FOX 17 in Grand Rapids, Michigan before joining WXMI-TV. Moreover, she covered the weekly FOX 17 segment “West Michigan’s Most Wanted,” as well as produced the weekly “Forever Home,” which features foster children looking for families.
Laflamme worked as an intern and a community respondent for CBS/CW50 in Detroit. She worked as an auto show host and a freelance journalist. Additionally, she joined the 9&10 news team in August 2011 and left in March 2013 to join FOX 17. When she was leaving FOX 17, FOX 17 News Director Brooks Blanton thanked her for her efforts and wished her the best in the future.
Orchard Children’s Service Champions honored her with the Children Advocate Award for her tireless efforts in recruiting guardians and finding families to raise children in Michigan.
Exit from WXMI
LaFlamme says that she grew up watching WXYZ news and that it was her dream to work for the station that inspired her to become a journalist. She also thanks her viewers for welcoming her into their homes every morning on television. However, she announces her departure from WXMI-TV on Facebook and Twitter, stating that while she does not understand the station’s decision, she respects it and believes it is for the best. She claims that since beginning her career as a reporter in Northern Michigan, her priority has been to use the platform to help and protect people.
Ann Marie Laflamme Net Worth
Laflamme has an estimated net worth of approximately $1 million.
Twitter and Instagram
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