Deborah Wrigley Wiki – Deborah Wrigley Biography
Deborah Wrigley is an American freelance writer in Houston, Texas, and a former news reporter at Chanel 13 KTRK-TV. She had been at KTRK-TV for over 42 years from September 1978 to September 2020. She has been hailed as a formidable storyteller, able to present her stories to a television audience. She then grew to be an outstanding storyteller, able to adapt her stories for her television audience. She was the reporter on the ground for hurricane Alicia live from Galveston throughout the night. She even risked a drive off the Galveston seawall at the height of the storm to get the stories back to the station.
Among her major accomplishments is winning the highly contested Headliners Award for her coverage of the Mexico City earthquake. Deborah alongside her photographer was the first crew in the world to cover stories from the site of one of the world’s most massive natural disasters. This former television journalist is in the front row seat as one of the longest-serving broadcast journalists in Texas, United States. However, after her iconic career in Bayou City, she did sign off from the broadcast, ABC13. She went to study at the University of Houston undertaking a bachelor of arts in English.
Deborah Wrigley Age
She was born and raised in Houston, Texas United States. She has not disclosed any information concerning her year of birth and exact age.
Deborah Wrigley Husband
She has kept information about her marital status private. It is therefore not known whether she is married or not. She is so private and keeps her personal life very private.
Deborah Wrigley Family
Her father was a famous Hollywood Cinematographer while her mother loved literature. She did a tribute to her late father, Lieutenant Commander Dewey Wrigley in 2014. The combination of her parent’s careers highly impacted her career on television as they both had a great influence on her.