Chris Holcomb Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, 11Alive
Chris Holcomb Biography
Chris Holcomb is an American Meteorologist currently working at 11Alive station NBC affiliate ) based in Atlanta Georgia as the chief meteorologist. Chris has been serving there for more than twenty-five years Holcomb also works for the Southeastern Brain Tumor Foundation with the Board of Directors. She holds Gabby Awards for the Best Weather Coverage and Associated Press Awards for her Best Weather Reporting.
Chris Holcomb Age
Chris was born in Atlanta, United States in 1965. He is 57 years old.
Chris Holcomb Height
Holcomb stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches ( Approx 1.7m).
Chris Holcomb Family
He was born and raised in Atlanta, the United States by his father and mother. Her beloved sister died of a Brain tumor. Though, Chris has not disclosed any information regarding his father, mother, and other siblings.
Chris Holcomb Wife
He is a married man for more than 30 years ago to his lovely wife called Angie. The duo is blessed with two children. A son who works in the finance industry in New York called Griffin and a daughter currently a student at the University of Georgia called Claire.
Chris Holcomb Salary
Chris’s average salary is $76,351 per year. This is according to 11Alive anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Chris Holcomb Net Worth
Holcomb has an approximate net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Chris Holcomb Education
He attended Elementary School High School in DeKalb County for his high education. He later graduated with a degree in Journalism/Broadcast News from the University of Georgia. After realizing that he wanted to focus on the weather, Chris joined the Mississippi State University to seek meteorological education.
Chris Holcomb Career
He serves at 11Alive as the Chief Meteorologist. In 1991, Chris joined the 11Alive team. His first job was at WMAZ AM/WAYS FM radio where He served as an afternoon news reporter. Nine months later, Holcomb joined WMAZ-TV as a news reporter and weather anchor.
While there, Chris covered every aspect of TV news reporting while editing and shooting his own stories. He covered the Legislature, and served as a fill-in weather anchor, weekend weather anchor, and fill-in anchor for the weekday morning and also evening newscasts. After three and a half years serving at WMAZ, He joined WXIA-TV in his hometown.