Gayle Anderson Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Husband, KTLA, Net Worth and Salary
Gayle Anderson Biography
Gayle Anderson is an American award-winning reporter currently working at KTLA Morning News. She started working at KTLA in 1993.
Gayle Anderson Career
Gayle started her career as an intern at New York’s ABC Radio News and WABC-TV, worked her way up to a producer in the industry. She has won 16 Emmy Awards. For her work on the KTLA Morning News, Gayle most recently won an Emmy in 2014. Her hosting of special reports from KTLA’s Heal the Bay won Gayle an Emmy in 2011. Her work on the pre-show of KTLA ‘s Tournament of Roses Parade won Gayle another Emmy in 2010, as well as her 2009 reporting on the tragic death of Michael Jackson.
Prior to KTLA, Gayle was Tribune Entertainment’s correspondent and producer of’ Now It Can Be Told,’ an investigative news program. Gayle had been KPRC-TV ‘s “Troubleshooter” reporter and “Nearly Noon” anchor in Houston until “Now.” She served as a reporter and weekend anchor at WCIX-TV in Miami from 1984 to 1986. She has also consulted for a variety of major radio networks, including New York’s ABC and NBC, and the National Black Network. At KTNH-TV and radio stations WDRC-AM, WKND-AM, and WWCO-AM, she held reporter and anchor positions in Connecticut.
Gayle Anderson KTLA
Anderson is currently working at KTLA where she works alongside other famous KTLA anchors and reporters including;
- Michaela Pereira
- Wendy Burch
- Rick Chambers
- Ginger Chan
- John Fenoglio
- Courtney Friel
- Bobby Gonzalez
- Megan Henderson
- Jessica Holmes
- Nerissa Knight
- Mark Kono
- Steve Kuzj
- David Lazarus
- Lauren Lyster
- Mary Beth McDade
- Kareen Wynter
Gayle Anderson Age
Anderson likes to keep her personal life private hence has not yet disclosed the year and month she was born. It is therefore not known when she celebrates her birthday.
Gayle Anderson Height
Anderson stands at an average height of 6 feet (1.83 m) tall.
Gayle Anderson Family
Anderson has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if Anderson has any siblings.
Gayle Anderson Husband | Children
Anderson is married to Arie Solomon. The couple married in 2015, they have two children; She named her son Daniel, after Daniel Craig, her favorite James Bond, who she said he behaves like a Shepherd from Australia. She has two dogs, which she rescued from overcrowded Los Angeles animal shelters.
Gayle Anderson Net Worth
Anderson has an estimated net worth of about $1 Million-$5 Million which she has earned through her career as a journalist.
Gayle Anderson Salary
Anderson earns an annual salary ranging between $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.
Gayle Anderson Awards
For her work on the KTLA public relations show “Making It,” Gayle has won other Emmy Awards including two in 1994 for best live coverage for her reporting of the Northridge earthquake. For her reporting of the Malibu Fires, she was awarded her first Emmy Award in 1993 for best live coverage. In 2001, she won the Golden Mike Award from the Radio & Television News Association of Southern California as the best reporter.
In 1990, Gayle won the Houston Leadership Association’s “Hero of the Year Award”; the 1988 “Presidential Consumer Relations Award”; the 1987 “Young Black Achievers Award”; and the Best Spot News Reporting Award for Radio-Television and News Directors. Anderson received an APTRA Award in January 2002 as the best anchor for “best live coverage of a news event,” and was chosen to carry the Olympic torch through Southern California for the 2002 Winter Olympics torch relay that same month.
Gayle Anderson Social Media Platforms
Anderson is active on her social media accounts and is often seen posting on her Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. She has over 26.9k followers on Twitter, over 21k followers on Instagram, and over 21k followers on Facebook.
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