Alicia Quarles is known as an American news journalist and entertainment personality. She is most famous for being a correspondent for E! News.
Alicia Quarles born in Fontana, California. She also lived in Fort Collins, Nevada, Reno. She also lived in Japan, South Carolina, Rock Hill, California, and Los Angeles before finally settling in New York. His parents are now living in North Carolina, in a city called Raleigh
Her dad is a president for the Observer and The Raleigh News while her mother is a high school career counselor. She has an older sister called Amber. Alicia attended USC, the University of South California. She was able to graduate magna cum laude. When she completed her graduation, she started to work as an entertainment reporter for the producer of the Associated Press television program, based in Los Angeles. When she was working there she covered many important events such as the death of President Reagan, Grammys, Academy Awards, The Golden Globes, and Billboard Awards.
Alicia Quarles got her first big break when she was asked to host the E! News Special: Closet Envy of 1991. She also appeared in Live from the Red Carpet in the year 2014 for the primetime Emmy Awards of 2014.
She is also known as the only journalist who was allowed to get unparalleled access to the popular singer, Jennifer Lopez during her first performance. She joined the Associated Press when she was provided coverage for the E! entertainment news network. She worked for Global Entertainment as a lifestyle editor. She was in charge of 60 people when she was anchoring the live coverage or Grammys and Oscars. She also worked on camera for Fox News.
Besides the regular job she had on E!, she also appeared as a regular at Today Show or MSNBC. Cosmopolitan named Alicia Quarles as one of their 50 individuals who may be, the most ground breaking, problematic in quite a few different ways, shaking our psyches and hearts, and moving the world. Quarles runs her own multimedia organization. Her wide-running abilities have driven her to cover many White House Correspondents' Dinners, field announcing from a few Super Bowls and directing breaking news coverage for current events like Hurricane Sandy and the passing of Whitney Houston. Her writing has been featured in papers and magazines including The Washington Post, Google and Yahoo News, USA Today, TIME, Essence, and People.
Alicia Quarles is married and she met with her husband, Michael Ross when they were students at the University of Southern California. The marriage took place after 5 years in their romantic relationship. Their wedding ceremony was held in 2009.
Alicia Quarles likes to spend most of her free time with her husband. She loves also her niece and her pets. Other things that take up her time is working out and hanging out with her friends. She is active on social network sites and people can find her on Twitter and Instagram.
|Net Worth 2021:||12 million|