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Todd Schnitt is an American journalist currently working at WHFS radio in Tampa as host of The Schnitt Show. In October 2020, Schnitt on “Q105”, 104.7 WRBQ-FM in Tampa, restarted the “MJ Morning Show”. Previously, Todd at WOR New York co-hosted a morning talk show with Len Berman.
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Todd was born in Manhattan, New York in the United States on January 24, 1966. He is 55 years old.
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Schnitt stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches (about 1.7 m).
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He attended and graduated from Frank W. Cox High School located in Virginia Beach. Todd also graduated from the Tampa FBI Citizens Academy in 2007, which is an invitation-only program offered by several FBI offices across the country. In addition, he is also a graduate of Ithaca College, New York.
Todd Schnitt Family
He was born to his caring, supportive and loving parents in Manhattan, New York. His family in late 1976 moved to Virginia Beach, Virginia. Although information about his parents and siblings is not available and we will update you about his family once we have detailed information.
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He is married to his beautiful wife Michelle Schnitt, who is a former Hillsborough County District Attorney and attorney. The couple have two Jack Russell Terriers and two wonderful children.
Todd Cut Kids
Todd is the proud father of two beautiful children named Choe Schnitt and Julian Schnitt.
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Todd earns an annual salary of 256,760. This is according to WHFS-AM anchor/reporter salaries.
Todd Cut Net Worth
Schnitt has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Todd Cut Career
He hosts The Schnitt Schow on Tampa radio station 1010 WHFS AM in Tampa, Florida which is the afternoon drive-a-time show. In October 2020, Schnitt was back on “Q105”, 104.7 WRBQ-FM’s “MJ Morning Show” in Tampa. He previously co-hosted the morning talk show on WOR New York with Len Berman from January 2015 to October 19, 2017.
In 1982, Todd got his first part-time job at the age of 16 serving at WCPK-AM 1600 located in Chesapeake, Virginia. While in high school, Todd served with different stations in Hampton Roads, Virginia, including WVAB, WNVZ and WNIS. Additionally, during her college days, Schnitt worked with WVBR, Cornell’s student-run station.
In 1989, Todd was hired at Pirate Radio, KQLZ in Los Angeles by Scott Shannon where he worked as an assistant program director, creative director, as well as a member of the morning show. Additionally, in October 1992, he left New York and found himself at Wove in West Palm Beach, Florida to start The MJ Kelli Morning Show.