Frank Buckley Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Salary, Net worth, KTLA

Frank Buckley

Frank Buckley

Frank Buckley Biography

This what you need to know about Frank Buckley is an American news anchor. He is known for anchoring KTLA-TV Morning New and also the host and producer for Frank Buckley Interviews. 

Frank Buckley Age

Buckley was born on February 9th, 1964 in San Bernadino County, California. He is currently 56 years old as of 2020. Buckley celebrates his birthday on February 9th of every year.

Frank Buckley Height

Buckley is a man of average stature and shape he has however not revealed any details concerning his height. We will update this information once its available.

Frank Buckley Family

Buckley was born to Joe Buckley and Toshiko Buckley. His father was a hospital corpsman in the US Navy.

Frank Buckley Wife

Buckley is married to Elena Buckley the two have been married for nearly two decades. The have two sons together.

Frank Buckley Salary

Buckley earns an annual salary ranging between $ 20,000- $ 100,000

Frank Buckley Net worth

Buckley has an estimated net worth ranging between  $ 100,000- $ 1 million dollars.

Frank Buckley Education

Buckely studied at USC where he graduated with a double major in broadcast journalism and history in 1987.

Frank Buckley KTLA

Every Monday through Friday from 7-11 a.m., Buckley hosts KTLA’s signature show, L.A.’s No. 1 rated KTLA 5 Morning News. He also hosts and produces a weekly television program. Buckley also co-hosts Inside California Politics, which airs on KTLA and other Nexstar stations on weekends.

Buckley came to KTLA in 2005 after working as a national correspondent for CNN. He has won several awards, including Emmys for hard news reporting, news special coverage of the Hong Kong handover, and entertainment programming  for co-hosting KTLA’s Rose Parade pres-show.The Los Angeles Press Club has also honored him with awards, including best documentary for KTLA’s “When Disaster Strikes: Survival Guide” and best talk/public relations for “Access L.A.” APTRA Awards, including reporter of the year, are among his other accolades from the Associated Press Television-Radio Association.

Buckley’s reporting has brought him to nearly every town in Southern California, as well as many other parts of the country and the world. He traveled to Japan for KTLA in March 2011 and posted from Sendai shortly after the city was destroyed by a tsunami and earthquake. Buckley has also covered a terror attack in London and the Iranian presidential election in Tehran for KTLA.

Buckley’s diverse assignments at CNN included everything from breaking news to politics to long-form business reporting, as well as some CNN Presents documentaries like “Carrier at War.” Frank served with the US Navy aboard the aircraft carrier USS Constellation in the Persian Gulf during Operation Iraqi Freedom.Buckley traveled with the John Kerry and John Edwards campaigns in 2004 for CNN’s election coverage. He also traveled with President George W. Bush in 2003-2004, reporting daily from the White House.

Hurricanes in the Caribbean and the Carolinas; the Landers and Northridge earthquakes in California, as well as the devastating earthquake in Kobe, Japan; wildfires in Southern California; the Los Angeles riots, the OJ Simpson case and trial; and the death of John F. Kennedy, Jr. off Martha’s Vineyard have all been covered by Buckley’s spot news reporting for KTLA, CNN, and KCAL-TV in the 1990s.

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