Dan Spindle Biography
Dan Spindle is an eminent American journalist currently working as a morning co-anchor for KSL-TV. He has been working with the network since April 2019. Before joining KSL-TV, he worked as a News Anchor and Multi-Media Journalist for KNXV-TV – ABC15 Arizona in Phoenix, Arizona.
He commenced his career as a reporter at KOBI-TV in Medford, Oregon. He has been recognized by the Association Press for his outstanding work. Dan also reported on several Stations such as KGUN 9 in Tucson, KSAZ-TV, and KNXV-TV in Phoenix.
Dan Spindle Age
Due to his secretive character, Dan has kept information regarding his dates of birth away from the limelight. Therefore, his precise age is currently nonexistent.
Dan Spindle Height
Dan’s height is 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.70 m).
Dan Spindle Family
Dan was born and brought up by his devoted parents in the United States of America. Nonetheless, he has not shared paramount details with reference to his affectionate parents or whether he has siblings. We will enlighten you on this compartment as soon as we obtain detailed information from steadfast sources.
Dan Spindle Wife
He is blissfully hitched to his lovely wife, Kendra. Together, they are blessed with 5 children. However, Dan has not disclosed much about his wife and their children.
Dan Spindle Salary
He bags an annual earnings that range between $55,000 and $130,500.
Dan Spindle Net Worth
Dan has managed to garner a decent fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $3 Million.
Dan Spindle Career
He currently co-anchors KSL5 News Today and KSL News at Noon. Before joining KSL-TV, he worked as a News Anchor and Multi-Media Journalist for KNXV-TV – ABC15 Arizona in Phoenix, Arizona. He commenced his career as a reporter at KOBI-TV in Medford, Oregon.
Throughout his career, Dan has covered everything from consumer news with “The Financial Fitness Zone” and “Does it Work” to illegal immigration and tracking smugglers near the U.S.-Mexico border. He also led coverage for a series of reports “Operation Safe Roads” to enable change in laws and behavior to make pedestrians and drivers safer.