Is Wendy Rieger diagnosed with a brain tumor? The television personality went through open heart surgery.
Wendy Rieger is a celebrated and successful news presenter and NBC4 anchor. She has been covering news in Washington for 30 years.
She joined News4 in 1988 as a reporter and slowly got a promotion and became a news anchor on Channel 4 network.
Does Wendy Rieger Have A Brain Tumor?
Wendy Reiger has no brain Tumor. But she had open-heart surgery, according to W Top.
Since her absence has made her fans even more curious to know what’s wrong with the talented news anchor?
Well, there is nothing to worry about. In fact, she is recovering from her illness and keeps updating her lover about her health.
— wendy rieger (@nbcwendy) February 20, 2020
The veteran journalist Wendy has a Twitter page and it has amassed 12k followers so far.
Moving on to her age, Wendy celebrates her birthday on April 18 every year. However, her actual age is unknown now.
Wendy Rieger: Sol Levine Husband
Wendy’s husband’s name is Sol Levine, a CNN producer.
Based on some online sites, the duo is no longer together and lives separately. Also, she enjoys her own company more than anything else.
We have no idea if she has children or not. It has been a mystery for the fans.
Coming to her academic details, Rieger studied Journalism and joined the Old Dominion University and the American University. No winder, she is a trained journalist for sure.
Moving on to her date of birth, Wendy was born on April 18, 1956. Her age is currently 65 years as of 2021.
She is American by nationality, and her ethnicity is probably white.
Did She Have A Surgery?
Wendy Rieger has done open-heart surgery in October 2020.
As per our research, she is recovering from the surgery.
She has addressed two conditions, ablation procedure and mitral valve. The ablation procedure helps her to fix rapid heartbeat issues and the mitral valve was not healing properly.
Nevertheless, the Washington native Wendy stands at a tall height of 5 feet 4 inches. Likewise, her body weight is not known.