Chris Egan Biography
Chris Egan is an American Emmy and Edward R. Murrow award, presently he works as a sports anchor and reporter at KING 5.
Chris Egan Age
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Chris Egan Height
Chris stands at a moderate height. However, he has not revealed any information regarding his actual height and we will soon fill out this section.
Chris Egan Education
Chris graduated from Pacific Lutheran University in 1995, and after four successful seasons on the tennis team, he was named the Man of the Year in Sports in 1995.
Chris Egan Family
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Chris Egan Wife
Chris is a married man to his high school sweetheart, Melanie. The lovebirds are blessed with three kids Madison, Austin, and Luke. When he is not on air, he enjoys hanging out with his wife and coaching youth sports, watching his kids compete, and still playing sports, especially pickleball and tennis.
Chris Egan Salary
Chris annually earns a salary ranging between $40,000 – $ 110,500.
Chris Egan’s Net Worth
Chris has an accumulated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Chris Egan Career
Chris Egan was the 1995 PLU Man of the Year in sports and one of the top men’s tennis players in the Northwest Conference during his four years at Pacific Lutheran University. He was also named Alumnus of the Year in Sports in 2012. He came to PLU from Puyallup High School and helped the Lutes win four consecutive Northwest Conference titles from 1992 to 1995. During those three years, he played No. 1 or No. 2 singles and represented the school at the NAIA national tournaments in 1994 and 1995.
After beginning his career in several small Pacific Northwest media markets in the mid-1990s, Egan returned to the Seattle area to work for Northwest Cable News as a sports anchor and producer on NorthWest Sports Tonight. In June 2007, he began working as a reporter and anchor for KING 5 Sports.
In addition, he has won nine Emmys in the last decade. He won the Emmy for Sports Anchoring in 2009, and the Edward R. Murrow Award for Sports Story of the Year in 2010. He received the Silver Helmet Award from the Washington State Football Coaches Association in 2016 for his coverage of high school sports. Also, he has covered two Super Bowls and two Olympic Games as a sports reporter for KING-TV. He is one of the region’s top sports media personalities, but he still makes time for his family, including coaching several of his three children’s sports teams.