Suzanne Sena

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Suzanne Sena
Born Suzanne Woronchak[1]
Dearborn, Michigan, U.S.
Status Divorced
Other names Brooke Alvarez (character portrayed on IFC's Onion News Network program)
Education Michigan State University
Occupation Anchor for IFC's Onion News Network, actress

Suzanne Sena (born Suzanne Woronchak) is an American television host, anchor, and actress.


Sena was born in Dearborn, Michigan. An Edsel Ford High School graduate, she has a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications from Michigan State University.[2]

Sena is known for her work on E! Entertainment Television. While at E!, she was a fill-in anchor and correspondent for E! News Daily. Sena created, hosted and oversaw production on the reality-lifestyle celebrity series Out to Lunch and regularly appeared on the red carpet, hosting live coverage of events including the Emmy Awards and the Academy Awards. In 2005, Sena received an Emmy nomination for hosting the show, Celebrity Homes.

Sena was considered a front runner in the search for Kathie Lee Gifford's replacement on Live with Regis, co-hosting with Regis Philbin for four shows. Both the New York Post and Entertainment Weekly cited Sena as the likely winner of the position.[3]

From 2004 to 2006 Sena worked at Fort Worth-based KTVT-TV (CBS11).[3] From 2006 to 2008, worked as an anchor at the Fox News Channel. She anchored the network's primetime news updates and handled breaking news in the overnight hours.[4] While at Fox News, Sena made appearances on Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld and Fox and Friends, filling in as news anchor.

In 2011, Sena played Brooke Alvarez on the IFC series Onion News Network, a satire of television journalism.[5]


  1. ^ Dearborn Area Living
  2. ^ Suzanne Sena profile at
  3. ^ a b BARK, ED (02/10/11). "Former CBS11 anchor Suzanne Sena redeploys as Onion News Network's super-vain Brooke Alvarez". Retrieved 8 April 2012.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  4. ^ Suzanne Sena Biography at the Internet Movie Database
  5. ^ Hibbard, James. "The Onion's First TV Series Trailer", Hollywood Reporter, 19 November 2010.

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