Dorothy Lucey is an American entertainment reporter who was famous for her show Good Day L.A.; the morning news broadcast of Los Angeles Fox, an affiliate of KTTV.
Dorothy was born on November 19, 1958. Little is known about her childhood and early life. But she always dreamt of coming in television and had the passion for the entertainment world since her childhood. She graduated from George Washington University in 1979, majoring in political science. Her debut into the broadcast television started when she worked at the WNEP channel in Scranton, Pennsylvania as an on-air reporter. She also worked at the WABC in New York City, and then later joined NBC Sports. In 1990, she became the co-host for the talk show Attitudes on lifetime television. She hosted the CBS series How’d They Do That in 1992.
As her experience grew, she joined Good Day L.A. in 1995 as the show’s entertainment reporter. Mostly she extensively covered stories from American Idol, reading directly from TMZ.com and Perezhilton.com. After spending nearly seventeen years with Good Day L.A., her contract ended up in May 25, 2012 as a result of non-renewal of her contract. She also had few roles in movies and TV shows, often portrayed as a TV reporter. She is married to David Goldstein, a KCBS investigate reporter since 1993. Sharing the same profession, the couple is encouraging, supportive and understanding towards each other. They have a son Nash, and Dorothy is extremely pleased with her son. Though aged 55, she sure holds the charm and charisma for her age. She enjoys a satisfactory salary pay with a good net worth.
Dorothy is five feet five inches tall and still has maintained a good body shape. Her looks cannot be ignored even while on the set. She is on many social networking sites and her fans are always updated about her happenings.
|Birth Date:||19 Nov, 1958|
|Citizenship:||United States of America|
|Education:||George Washington University|
|Net Worth 2021:||3 million|