Chuck Bell Biography
Chuck Bell is a well-known American journalist and meteorologist. As of now, he serves as a meteorologist at NBC4 in Washington D.C. He became part of the News4 Storm Team 4 in October 2004. Chuck’s forecasts can be seen on News4 Midday, News4 Today,103.5 WTOP, and NBCWashington.com. He became a weather extremist when he was young.
Chuck Bell Age
Chuck Bell was born on May 9, 1967, in Atlanta, United States of America. He is 56 years old.
Chuck Bell Height
Chuck stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approximately 1.7 m).
Chuck Bell Family
Chuck was born and brought up in Atlanta, the United States by his devoted parents. However, he has not shared any details in regard to his parents and/or siblings with the public.
Chuck Bell Partner
He is openly gay and he is married to his longtime partner Eric Klein. The pair tied the knot in April 2015 and Chuck has always been a vocal activist for LGBTQ. Currently, they reside in Washington, DC. with their 2 dogs named Isabella and Lucian.
Chuck Bell Education
He attended the University of Oklahoma. Chuck commenced his career as a meteorologist at WALB-TV in the year 1990.
Chuck Bell Salary
He earns a satisfactory salary of $83,234 per year. This is in accordance with NBC4 meteorologists’ salaries.
Chuck Bell’s Net Worth
Chuck has accumulated decent wealth over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Chuck Bell Career
He currently serves as a meteorologist at NBC4 in Washington D.C. He became part of the News4 Storm Team 4 in October 2004. Chuck’s forecasts can be seen on News4 Midday, News4 Today,103.5 WTOP, and NBCWashington.com. He became a weather extremist when he was young. His broadcasting journey included stops in Oklahoma City, OK, Greenville, SC, Roanoke, VA, and Albany, GA prior to joining NBC4.
The first “Storm of the Century” is one of his favorite weather events. A storm crippled the Western Carolinas and much of the East Coast in March 1993. The “Blizzard of ’96” left 29″ of snow in the Roanoke Valley and Hurricane Isabel flooded the Chesapeake Bay in 2003.
His most unforgettable weather experience was working the May 3, 1999 tornado outbreak while serving at KOKH-TV based in Oklahoma City. Chuck and his colleague at KOKH covered the storms for 9 hours. On June 23, 1999, he received the “Governor’s Humanitarian Award for Outstanding Service” which was offered to him by Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating.