Abby’s average salary is $71,761 per year. She works as an anchor for the Fox 4 News Morning Show, Monday through Friday, and makes a respectable living from it.
Abby’s estimated net worth is $827,171. Abby’s income comes from her position as an anchor for the Fox 4 News Morning Show, which she does from, Monday through Friday. As a result, over the years that she has worked, Abby has amassed a respectable fortune.
Abby Eden Bio
Abby Eden works as an anchor for the Fox 4 News Morning Show.
Abby Eden Age
Abby was born on January 6, 1985 in Omaha, Nebraska, in the United States. As of 2023, she is 38 years old. Every year, January 6 is the day she celebrates her birthday.
Abby Eden Parents
Her parents, Jon and Paula Eden, reared her in Omaha, Nebraska, where she was born. Additionally, Jennifer White, Courtney Eden, and Annette Wells are Abby’s three sisters.
Abby Eden Husband
She wed Tyler Curry an engineer, in a joyful ceremony. The two were married on November 26, 2016. Her spouse Tyler also holds a degree from the University of Kansas.
Ellis Benedict, Dorothy Curry and Atticus Christopher are the names of the couple’s three other children.
Abby Eden Education Background
She enrolled at Missouri University, where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in radio and television journalism. She went to the University of Missouri in Columbia in pursuit of her dream of becoming a reporter. She also participated in a number of student leadership groups while she was there, including the Homecoming Steering Committee, Omicron Delta Kappa, and the Summer Welcome Leaders program.
Abby Eden Career Background
Each day from 4:30 to 9, she hosts the FOX4 News Morning Show. In Tyler, Texas, she secured her first position as a reporter. In Tyler, Abby produced, anchored, and contributed to the evening newscasts in Tyler and Longview. Abby brought everything with her, from crime to hurricanes. She returned to the Midwest and to FOX4 after spending three and a half years in Texas.
Beginning her career, Abby worked primarily in Lawrence, Kansas, as a multimedia journalist. Later, she and Phil Witt co-anchored the 10 p.m. news for almost six years. After getting married, Abby also changed to the morning program in order to spend more time with her new husband.