Alicia Quarles is a correspondent for the E! News who is based in the New York. She is mostly known for the E! News in 1991, E! News Special: Closet Envy in 2014 as well as Live from The Red Carpet: the 2014 primetime Emmy Awards in 2014. She was born on 5th January of the year 1976 in the Fontana, California. While growing up, she moved in every three years because her father was a newspaper publisher. She was the only journalist to receive the unparalleled access to singer Jennifer Lopez when she performed for first time. She joined the E! from Associated Press. There, she was a Global Entertainment as well as Lifestyle editor where she overseen over 60 people and anchored their live coverage of Oscars and Grammys.
In addition to her duty at the E!, she also appears regularly on Today Show and the MSNBC. She attended the University of Southern California and got graduated magna cum laude. After completing her graduation, she accepted the post of entertainment reporter and the producer with the Associated Press Television in Los Angeles. During her tenure there, she had covered several of the major events like Academy Awards, Grammys, death of President Reagan, Billboard Awards, The Golden Globes and many more.
To talk about her personal life biography, she is a married woman. She met her husband while both of them, were attending University of Southern California. The couple exchanged their vows after five years of them getting into the relationship. The more information about her husband is not found in any media. They tied the knot on 21st March of the year 2009.
Apart from that, Alicia has now reached at the age of 39. While she is not working, she loves to spend her time with her husband, niece as well as her animals. She also loves to hangout, workout as well as catch up with her friends. Alicia is also active in the social networking sites. To get more information that is related to her, we can follow her on her twitter and instagram account.
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