Carolyn Gusoff Bio, wiki, Age, Career, Height, Weight, Family.

Carolyn Gusoff


Carolyn Gusoff is a New York native who grew up in the city. She is currently employed as an on-air reporter at WCBS-TV, where she has covered some of New York City’s most high-profile and diverse news topics. She’s also known for being a dependable, caring, and persistent advocate for Long Island’s problems. Dr. Jon Turk is Carolyn’s husband.

Early Years

Carolyn Gusoff, a well-known American television news reporter and novelist, earned a bachelor’s degree in Government and English from Cornell University’s George W. Hewlett High School. She also received a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

Carolyn Gusoff began her television career in Fort Myers, Florida, at WEVU-TV, an ABC affiliate at the time. She started working at News 12 Long Island after graduating from Columbia University with a journalism degree. Her education proved to be a valuable asset in advancing her journalism profession.

Early on in your career

Carolyn Gusoff joined WNBC, the NBC-owned and operated station in New York City, in August. She worked as a Long Island Correspondent and Bureau Chief for NBCC 4 and covered stories such as the American Airlines Flight 587 accident, the TWA Flight 800 crash, and the 1996 Blizzard.

She worked as an anchor for WNBC’s “Today” show in New York on Saturday and Sunday mornings until 2008. Carolyn later joined MNYW Fox 5 in the spring of 2009 as a reporter for ‘Good Day New York,’ covering news in the metropolitan area.


Carolyn Gusoff began her career with WCBS-TV in January of 2012. She is currently employed with WCBS-TV as an on-air reporter.

The Most Important Stories

Carolyn Gusoff’s career spans three decades and includes some of the most important events of our time, including the NYC subway strike, the 9-11 terror attacks, the NYV blackout, and the Long Island Railroad massacre.

Carolyn Gusoff has also covered the terrible July 4th Oyster Bay boat capsize, Hurricane Sandy’s impact, the ‘Ground Zero’ Mosque issue, and the shooting death of a Hofstra University student in the ‘Friendly Fire’ shooting, among other stories.

Personal Experiences

Dr. Jon Turk, a face cosmetic surgeon, married Carolyn Gusoff in September 1991. On January 13, 1991, the pair became engaged, and seven years later, they married. The couple has two children together.


Carolyn Gusoff has been nominated for fourteen New York Emmy Awards and has won three of them. Carolyn was recently a member of the winning team that helped WCBS win an Emmy for its coverage of Superstorm Sandy. She also earned a Long Island Fair Media Council 2016 FOLIO Award and a New York Emmy Award for On-Camera Performance for the Mepham Hazing Scandal in 2004.

Facts of Carolyn Gusoff
NameCarolyn Gusoff
Birth Place/CityNew York
Working ForWCBS-TV
Net Worth$4.8 Million
Eye ColorHazel
Hair ColorBlonde
Weight in KG58 kg
Married toJon Turk
EducationColumbia University, George W. Hewlett High Schoo
AwardsEmmy Award
BooksHelp Me: A Vulnerable Girl. A Dungeon Hell. A Staggering True Story of Survival