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Araksya Karapetyan Married, Husband, Baby, Salary and Net Worth

Updated On: 06 Feb, 2019

Araksya Karapetyan Married, Husband, Baby, Salary and Net Worth

Quick Information

Date of Birth August 27, 1982
Age 36 Years 5 Month(s)
Citizenship American
Profession Television Personality
Marital Status Married
Husband/Spouse Amir Yousefi
Divorced Not Yet
Gay/Lesbain No
Net Worth Not Disclosed
Ethnicity White
Social Media Facebook, Twitter
Children/Kids Daughter (one)
Education Syracuse University
Parents Gayane Tumanyan (Mother)
Siblings Sister (one)

You can only attain your goal if you have strong will and determination on it. The lady proves it and today Araksya Karapetyan stands as one of the top and famed television personality. Armenian-born anchorwoman is a host for the Los Angeles-based KTTV Channel FOX11's Good Day L.A which is morning news and entertainment program. 

Araksya's Net Worth And Earnings 

Her net worth is not publicized but we can assume it in million dollars. According to payscale.com, a TV or radio host's salary is said to be around $45,592 per hour. But Araksya with her experiences must be earning much more than the average salary.

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Her passion for journalism got enkindled when she heard the stories of the victim. Prior working as an intern at KABC-TV in Los Angeles and KFI 640 AM radio in California he worked as a reporter, anchor, and producer for KIDK-TV in Idaho Falls and as a reporter and host at KOIN-TV in Portland Oregon and CitiCABLE in Torrance, California. 

Active in social networking sites with 35.5 thousand followers on Twitter and 62.4 thousand followers in Instagram she more often shares her daughter photos. She is enjoying a prosperous life with her husband and baby. She has become the source of inspiration for all the girls. Her determination, diligence in work, strong will take her to the level of success.

Araksya's Married Life With Husband!

Well, her personal life is also as perfect as her career. She married her longtime boyfriend Amir Yousefi. The couples first met through common friends and got extremely attached to each other. Despite the hectic schedule, they both shared the strongest bond and loved each other unconditionally.

She took her relationship with Amir to the next level on 2 March 2018 by getting married to him. Belonging to a different ethnic group, their outdoor wedding was culturally diverse underneath a candlelit tree. The couple welcomed their daughter Sevan into the world on 6 June 2016. 

Araksya and husband, Amir Yousefi, during their wedding( Photo: Pinterest)

On January 2019, Araksya announced that she is pregnant with baby number two. The beautiful family of three will soon be welcoming another new member into their home. And Sevan is going to be on big sister duties from April 2019.

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On gender-reveal party that was held on 14 January, Sevan became the bearer of good news when she cut through the gender reveal cake. Everyone including Araksya had been expecting a blue filling inside but they didn't know that they were in for a surprise.

The pink cake revealed that the couple will be welcoming another baby girl yet again. Congratulations Araksya for baby girl number two. 


Araksya with her daughter (Photo: Araksya 's Instagram)

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As of now, Araksya and her husband are savoring a blissful married life giving no hints of divorce.

Short Bio

Born on 27 August 1982, in Gyumri, Armenia she got raised in Palos, Verdes, Estates, and California. She flaunts her height of almost 5 feet 4 inches beautifully. She quite often shares photos of her family on her social media handles appreciating them which indicates that she shares a beautiful bond with them.

 She earned a degree in international relations and broadcast journalism by graduating from Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. She left hometown in Gyumri after the 1988 Armenian earthquake and before the ethnic conflict that arose with Azerbaijan.