Debbie Worthen Biography
Debbie Worthen is a well-known American journalist currently serving as a reporter and anchor at KSL 5 TV since January 2021. There, she anchors the weekend newscasts at 10 pm alongside Dan Rascon. From January 2017 to August 2020, she worked as a Senior Vice President of Marketing at Onset Financial.
Debbie Worthen Age
Debbie Worthen was born on 29 April 1974, in Utah, in the United States. She is 49 years old.
Debbie Worthen Height
Debbie is 5 feet 6 inches tall (Approx 1.68 m).
Debbie Worthen Family
Debbie was born to her devoted parents in Utah, in the United States. Debbie holds American nationality. On May 9, 2021, she wished her mother a happy Mother’s Day. Furthermore, Debbie wished her dad a happy birthday on her Instagram account accompanied by a photo of her father.
Debbie Worthen Husband
She is happily hitched to her amazing husband named Brandon Gilbert. The two love birds share four children including Liv born in 2003, and Ana born in 2005. Debbie also adopted their five years old daughter and a son Asher.
Debbie Worthen Education
She attended Cottonwood High School where she attained her high school diploma. Later, Debbie matriculated at the University of Utah and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies. Furthermore, she holds a Broadcast Meteorology degree from Mississippi State University.
Debbie Worthen Salary
She receives a desirable salary of $85,410 annually. This is according to KSL 5 TV anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Debbie Worthen’s Net Worth
Debbie has garnered a decent fortune from her successful career over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Debbie Worthen Career
She currently works as a reporter and anchor for KSL 5 TV since January 2021. There, she anchors the weekend newscasts alongside Dan Rascon at 10 pm. From January 2017 to August 2020, Debbie worked as a Senior Vice President of Marketing at Onset Financial.
She started her career as a morning and noon reporter at KVBC-TV News 3 Sunbelt station. Debbie later relocated to Pocatello, Idaho where she served as a weekday night anchor. After some time, she moved to Reno where she worked as an anchor for KRNV’s News 4 at 10 pm. She also anchored 5 pm and 11 pm newscasts on weekends. In April 2022, she joined KUTV 2 News | KMYU as a Meteorologist and Multi-Media TV Personality.
She also hosted a lifestyle feature segment, the Fresh Living program for the station. In January 2017, Debbie left the station after working for almost 15 years. The Utah Broadcasters Association recognized her as one of the best reporters.