Audrey Kuchen Biography
Audrey Kuchen is an American reporter and anchor currently working as a news anchor at FOX 61 since 2010. She also served on several panels during televised U.S. Senate and state gubernatorial debates. She also worked as co-anchor on KOBI-TV’s NBC 5 News at 6 pm with Christina Anderson and anchor and producer of KMVU-TV’s FOX 26 First At Ten newscast at 10 pm until July 2010.
Audrey Kuchen Age
Audrey is an east coast native. She grew up in Madison, Connecticut but her information about her exact date of birth is not yet revealed.
Audrey Kuchen Education
Audrey attended and graduated from Daniel Hand High School and also from the University of Arizona where he earned a degree in media arts and journalism.
Audrey Kuchen Husband
Audrey is married to her husband Andy. Audrey is a member of American Women in Radio and Television and Gamma Phi Beta.
Audrey Kuchen Children
Audrey and Andy have two children, a son, Johnny and a daughter, Piper. The family resides on the Connecticut shoreline.
Audrey Kuchen Career
Audrey comes to FOX61 from Southern Oregon, where she was the main anchor for KMVU-TV Fox 26 and KOBI NBC-5. While there, she worked as the spokesperson for “Smart Choices Healthy Lives,” a campaign to fight childhood obesity and promote nutrition and physical fitness in schools.
She also served on several panels during televised U.S. Senate and state gubernatorial debates. Audrey was voted the “Best Local TV Personality” by Southern Oregon Magazine’s Reader’s Choice Awards, as well as a “Favorite Television Personality” by the MailTribune.
At the state Senate in Phoenix, Audrey worked as a political journalist, reporting on groundbreaking anti-bullying laws in schools, controversial illegal immigration legislation and unique right to bear arms issues in the Grand Canyon State.
In the City by the Bay, Audrey worked as a reporter for the HomeTown NewsNetwork, covering everything from San Francisco nightlife to art, sports, and local government.