Dave Scott Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, KUSI-TV
Dave Scott Biography
Dave Scott is a retired American feature reporter and meteorologist who presently works as a jazz trombonist. Before, Dave worked at KUSI-TV as a Broadcast meteorologist and feature reporter. His final newscast was on March 27, 2022, Sunday night. In 1992, He began at KUSI.
Before his weather career, Scotto played jazz trombone gigs around San Diego, where his family relocated when He was in high school. Dave performed in the ‘70s and beyond in downtown San Diego with the Fro Brigham Preservation Jazz Band. He also played at the Holiday Inn for many years.
Dave Scott Age
Dave was born in Hawaii, in the United States in 1957. He is 65 years old.
Dave Scott Height
Scott stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches ( Approx1.72 m).
Dave Scott Education
He graduated from the Mississippi State Campus in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Geosciences with an emphasis on Meteorology also from MSU. In January 2001, Dave was awarded from the American Meteorological Society a Seal of Approval in Broadcast Meteorology.
Dave Scott Family
He was born and raised by his caring and loving father and mother in Hawaii. Currently, He has not disclosed any information regarding either his parents or if he has siblings. Dave holds an American nationality.
Dave Scott Wife
He is married to his lovely and amazing wife Luana Harris Scott. On March 18, 1995, The love birds got married.
Dave Scott Salary
Dave receives an annual salary of $63,561 per year. This is according to KUSI-TV anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Dave Scott Net Worth
Scott has an approximate net worth of $1 million to $5 million.
Dave Scott Career
Dave Scott is a retired American feature reporter and meteorologist who presently works as a jazz trombonist. His final newscast was on March 27, 2022, Sunday night. In 1992, He began at KUSI. Before, Dave worked at KUSI-TV as a Broadcast meteorologist and feature reporter.
While Growing up in Hawaii, at age twelve from Louis Armstrong bandmate Trummy Young, Dave studied the instrument and with his savings from a paper route, bought his first trombone. His band Monsoon started in 2003, a nearly decade-long residency at Croce’s Jazz Bar downtown.