Serena Altschul is renowned for hosting many well-known programs in MTV like MTV News: Unfiltered, Breaking It Down, and True-Life, which she hosted and produced too.
Serena Altschul Husband, Baby
Serena loves to keep her private life under covers, so there isn't any information on how she and her boyfriend Cooper Cox met. Though not officially announced as married, Serena Altschul has posted several pictures of them together which states the obvious that they are already married or engaged. He is a man of interest, and his crime is being occasionally seen with the gorgeous TV journalist Serena Altschul. And worst he was caught with a weapon in hand; a lovely baby and their undeniable bond.
They are also occasionally seen in red carpet events and other functions too. Serena loves to flaunt her family pictures on social media where she posts about her baby and husband quite often.
Serena Altschul and Cooper Cox during a premiere on 2 November 2015 (Photo: Zimbio)
Although Serena keeps her personal life away from the limelight, fans wish this couple a blissful life ahead with their children.
Serena Altschul Wiki
American broadcaster associated with CBS, Serena Altschul was born on 13 October 1970, in New York, United States. Now of age 48, Serena's mother, Siri Von Reis, and her father, Arthur Altschul got divorced which led Serena to live and get raised by her mother. Her father Arthur and was married four times before he passed away 17 March 2002.
Serena's mother is half Finnish and half Swedish ancestry while her father has Jewish descent which makes her charm more unique as she comes from a mixed ethnicity. As per wiki, she has other two half-siblings from her father’s side of the family. Though Serena attended Scripps College for a couple of years taking English Literature, she did not graduate. While she was in college, she was the associate producer of a documentary, The Last Party in 1993.
Serena Altschul Career
Serena knew what she wanted since she was young, Being interested in reporting and anchoring, Serena kick-started her career as she worked for Channel One News, the channel more famous in high schools around America. She worked there for two years as an anchor and a reporter. After that, she moved onto MTV in 1987 started working for MTV news in January 1996. Serena landed a job at CNN while she was still working with MTV. On 23 December 2003, Serena got the position of a correspondent on CBS news.
As of now, Serena appears as a full-time CBS news host in CBS Sunday Morning. She even received the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Morning Program. Besides being a TV journalist, she has acted in several movies and music videos like Queen of the Dammed and Josie and the Pussycats. She has been active in journalism from 1993 to date.