Bryan Llenas Bio, Age, Wife, Fox News, Latinos, Net worth, Salary, Twitter

Bryan Llenas Biography

Bryan Llenas is an American television news correspondent on the Fox News Channel who has covered both national and international stories, including mass shootings, terror attacks, and natural disasters. He has always been considered to be one of the Top 50 Latino voices to follow on Twitter.

Bryan Llenas Age

Bryan is 33 years old as of 2021. He was born on July 12, 1988, in Boca Raton, Florida, the U.S. He celebrates his birthday on the 12th of July every year.

Bryan Llenas Height

He stands at a height of 5ft 5inches (Approx 1.65m).

Bryan Llenas Family

Bryan was born and raised in Boca Raton, Florida. Less information is known about his parents or his siblings if he has any.

Bryan Llenas Wife

Bryan has openly come out as gay and is always proud of working for a conservative company that accepts the gay minority. He is engaged to his fiance, Kyle Reinneck.  He does not have a wife. Information whether the kids or not is not available to the public.

Bryan Llenas Net worth

He has an estimated net worth of $1 million which he has earned through his career as a journalist.

Bryan Llenas Salary

He earns an average salary of $78,066 from his work as a news correspondent.

The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about Bryan Llenas

How old is Bryan? 33 years old
How tall is Bryan?  1.65m
Who is Bryan married to? Not married
How much money does Bryan earn? $78,066
How much is Bryan worth? $1.5 Million

Bryan Llenas Education

Bryan attended the University of Miami and graduated in 2010, earning a degree in broadcast journalism and political science. Back at college, he was inducted into the Iron Arrow Honor Society which was the highest honor attained at the university. He went on to win the University of Miami’s Communicator of the Year Award.

Bryan Llenas Career

Bryan Llenas is now based in New York as a National Correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC). Llenas covers national breaking news in this role. He began his career at Fox News in 2010 as a reporter for FOXNewsLatino.com, and in 2013 he was promoted to FNC correspondent.

Llenas most recently reported breaking news of a synagogue hostage crisis in Colleyville, Texas, delivering live updates throughout the incident. He gave breaking news coverage from Port Au Prince, Haiti, in August 2021, following the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that wreaked havoc and killed over 1,400 people. Previously, as part of FNC’s Democracy 2020 election coverage, he covered election news from Pennsylvania. Llenas also covered the COVID-19 pandemic, racial justice marches, and the high-profile Jeffrey Epstein and “El Chapo” prosecutions, among other topics.

Llenas was on the ground in Louisiana in August 2020 to cover Hurricane Laura, a Category 4 storm. Llenas covered the indictment of New York Congressman Chris Collins in 2018. (R-NY). He also participated to FNC’s live coverage of the family separation crisis at the US-Mexico border in the same year.

Llenas covered Hurricanes Irma and Maria extensively in 2017, traveling to Puerto Rico six months after the hurricane to update viewers on the recovery efforts. He also reported the guilty verdict in the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial in Pennsylvania that same year. He was also the first non-French journalist to fly with Patrouille de France, the French Air Force’s precision aerobatic demonstration squad. In addition, Llenas broadcast live from the Sutherland Springs, Texas, church where a mass shooting occurred.

Llenas contributed to a number of publications during the 2016 election season, including the Latino vote from both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions. He also reported from Bedminster, New Jersey, and Trump Tower in New York as part of the team documenting President Donald Trump’s transition to the White House.

Llenas has covered a wide range of issues throughout his time at FNC, including the 2016 terror bombings in Manhattan, the 2014 World Cup live from Brazil, Pope Francis’ inauguration live from Rome, and the Pope’s following visit to the United States. Llenas has covered critical subjects such as immigration, politics, and news affecting the Hispanic community as a member of the first launch team that launched FOX News Latino.

Llenas works at Fox News as a National Correspondent. He joined Fox News in 2010 as a reporter.At the station he works alongside other Fox News anchors who include;

  1. Jamie Colby
  2. Byron York
  3. Trey Yingst
  4. Kiron Skinner
  5. Dan Springer
  6. Karl Rove
  7. Katie Pavlich
  8. Nicole Saphier
  9. Austin Westfall
  10. Anita Vogel