Priya Mann is a Canadian journalist currently working for Michigan Local 4 WDIV as a storyteller and reporter. She covered the story of a Canadian soldier and won the Electronic Journalist Award for her work.
Priya has Indian origin although she belongs to Indo-Canadian ethnicity.
Priya Mann WikiPriya Mann was born on December 30 and raised in Toronto, Canada by her parents. According to some sources, both of his parents are of Sikh origin.
|Full name:||Priya Kaur Mann|
|Height:||5 feet 5 inches (1.65m)|
|Eye color||Dark brown|
|Place of birth||Toronto, Canada|
Priya Mann Net WorthCanadian journalist, Priya Mann has an estimated net worth of around $1 million as of 2022. Priya is definitely in love with her job and her dedication to work is real. Her passionate and creative storytelling spirit has made her a famous journalist, and she earns over $67,000 for her work. Thanks to her incredible work, she won a prestigious RTDNA Award for ‘ Remembering Afghanistan’ the story of a profiled Canadian soldier serving overseas.
Family & RelativesMother: Unknown Father: Taj man Marital Status: Single Spouse: Unknown Children: Unknown Siblings: Shawn Man
Who is Priya Mann’s Husband?Canadian journalist Priya Mann is not married yet. She has not flaunted her personal life, including dating, business, boyfriend, etc., to the public, on social media, or in interviews. She has kept her dating status a mystery. For now, she has not been part of the rumors and controversies.
Career SummaryPriya started off as a volunteer reporter for Mississauga’s Rogers Peel Television. During her time at Rogers in 2008, she produced a five-part political series, hosted a number of programs, and assisted important charities in her neighborhood. She later relocated to Kamloops, British Columbia, where she worked as a videographer for CFJC News. In 2010, Priya was promoted and transferred to the CTV London editorial office. She was hired by CTV London as a backup anchor and weather expert.
She was credited as becoming the first television journalist to cover Goderich Ontario’s aftermath in 2011 once more.