Ginger Zee Net Worth

Ginger Zee Net Worth

What is Ginger Zee’s net worth?

The uncategorized has amassed a net worth of $2.5 million.

Ginger Zee – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $2.5 million
Date of birth: January 13, 1981 (43 years old)
Gender: Female
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Ginger Zee is an American television personality who has a net worth of $2.5 million and an annual salary of $500 thousand. Ginger achieved public notoriety while working as the chief meteorologist for ABC News.


After finishing her university studies, Zee took a number of entry-level television meteorologist jobs around the country and started to go by psudeonym Ginger Zee rather than her full name. She worked in Flint, Michigan, Merrillville, Indiana, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Birmingham, Alabama. In 2006, she landed a job at WMAQ in Chicago, Illinois, an NBC owned and operated station. During her time at WMAQ from 2006 to 2011, Zee was once asked to fill in as the guest meteorologist on the weekend edition of “The Today Show,” thus fulfilling her early career goal.

Personal Life

In August of 2013, Zee got engaged to Benjamin Colonomos, a WNBC personality known as Ben Aaron. They were married in June of 2014 and then had their first child together, a son named Adrian, in December of 2015. In August of 2017, Zee announced she was pregnant with her second child. In February of 2018, the couple welcomed their second son, Miles, into the world. The family lives in Manhattan.


“I loved watching the base of those thunderstorms, the billowing tops of the cumulonimbus, the lightning that effortlessly lit up the lake and the sky. It was gorgeous, so energetic. I was in love.”

— Ginger Zee

“I’m self-deprecating – always.”

— Ginger Zee

“Every woman who has been pregnant knows that it messes with your mind a little bit. You are suddenly someone else: you are a mother who is now responsible for another human being. That’s awesome, but it changes who you are.”

— Ginger Zee

“I always had becoming a meteorologist as my goal from the second I decided, while I was in school, just to study meteorology.”

— Ginger Zee

“Meteorologists don’t use a script, and most create their own graphics and certainly put together their own forecasts. Most of us went to school to become scientists – at least I did – and studied thermodynamics, physics, and tons of calculus to take this young science to the next level. Our accuracy is amazing and will only continue to improve.”

— Ginger Zee

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