Mary Bubala Biography and Wiki
An American native, Mary Bubala is a journalist, reporter, and news anchor known for working at WJZ-TV. She currently works as an evening news anchor at FOX 45. She is married to Bruce Douglas Smith with whom she has two children.
Bubala joined WJZ-TV in December 2003 and worked at the station until when she was fired on May 7, 2019. She was anchoring the 5 p.m and 11 p.m newscasts. Bubala had previously worked with WENY-TV as a weekday news anchor and weekend reporter.
Most noteworthy, Mary had also worked at WBNG-TV and WORK-TV in New York. She later went to work as an anchor and reporter for WHTM-TV in Pennsylvania. Bubala has also worked at WMAR-TV. There, she began as a general assignment reporter but was later given anchor duties.
Mary Bubala Age
Bubala is 53 years old as of 2022. She was born on September 14, 1969, in the USA, and celebrates her birthday on the 14th of September every year.
Mary Bubala Height
Bubala is 5 feet 8 inches tall. Her sparkling figure and exquisite hair is the main attraction. To add up to the looks, flawless black hair and a dark brown shining pair of eyes complete her aura.
Mary Bubala Family
Mary was born and brought up by her loving American parents. She experienced her childhood along with her siblings in the United States of America. Bubala is a proud graduate of Johne Hopkins University and holds a bachelor of science degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Mary Bubala Husband and Married
Bubala is married to her loving husband, Bruce Douglas Smith, with whom she has two wonderful children.
Mary Bubala Salary
Mary’s career as a news journalist earns her a salary of $85,000-$95,000 on an annual basis. She sits at a net worth of $200,000-$500,000 as of 2022.
Mary Bubala Fired
Bubala was fired by WJZ-TV in May 2019 after a question she asked on the gender and color of the city’s previous three mayors sparked backlash. Catherine Pugh, the former mayor who resigned amid a deepening scandal involving children’s books she produced, was the subject of the inquiry she addressed on-air to professor Karsonya Whitehead.