When it was reported by the Post this morning that longtime tv reporter Penny Crone had become a real estate broker, we thought it was just some dada stunt.
But it isn’t. Crone is totally an agent for PrudentialDouglas Elliman now. There’s the obligatory bio, too:
Prior to entering real estate, Penny was a member of the Howard 100 News team on Sirius Satellite Radio. Her extensive journalism career began as a federal court reporter for the Hearst Newspaper in Baltimore, where she was born and raised. Penny next moved to WJZ-TV as a writer/producer, and blossomed to become a well-known on-air reporter in St. Louis, Houston and New York. She also co-hosted a morning talk show for WABC Radio, plus has appeared in a TV movie and theatrical films. Penny resides on the Upper East Side with her husband, who served as a member of the Secret Service for several Presidents, and the Treasury. Together they share a son, Travis, who recently became an intern on the Howard Stern Show. Aside from real estate being her professional, Penny has also personally bought and sold homes and apartments in New York over the past 20 years, with hands-on experience in all of her transactions.
Unfortunately, nothing’s currently for sale but she did just sell a 2 bed/2.5 bath @ 207 E. 57th Street.
Related: The Penny Crone Friendster Page.