How Old Is Larry Potash From WGN?
Larry is standing firm at the age of 55 as one of the oldest employees of WGN TV. Larry Potash was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on May 2, 1967. He graduated from Emerson College in Boston with a Bachelor of Science in mass communication and broadcast journalism.
Larry Potash is a renowned news anchor and reporter who has won 14 Emmy awards. He is most known for his work as a news anchor on WGN TV's Morning News Show. WGN welcomed Potash in August 1994 as a news anchor.
He started anchoring the Morning News program a year after being hired. Later, in 1996, he went to Asia to film his multi-series daily feature, Larry's World. He covered a variety of news stories, amused viewers, and revealed exciting trivia about Hong Kongers' pop culture and their assimilation into China in the documentary series.