Gayle Anderson Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, KTLA 5
Gayle Anderson Biography
This is what you need to know about Gayle Anderson, an American journalist working as a morning news reporter at KTLA Channel 5 News since joining the station in 1993. Anderson was born and raised in Los Angeles, she worked for ABC Radio, WBC TV, and WCIX in Miami before joining KTLA News.
Gayle Anderson Age
Anderson’s age and date of birth are not known. Information about her date of birth and age will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Gayle Anderson Height
Anderson stands at a height of 6 feet or 1.83 meters.
Gayle Anderson Family-Parents-Siblings
Anderson was born and raised by her parents in Los Angeles. She has several thanked her parents for their support during her education and career. Information about her parents and siblings will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Gayle Anderson Husband
Anderson is contemporary married to Arie Solomon. The couple got married back in 2015 though it’s not known whether they have any kids together. However, information about her kids will be updated as soon as it’s available. Anderson was previously married to Alex Anderson but they divorced in March 2019 for unknown reasons.
Gayle Anderson Salary
Anderson receives an annual salary of $63,450.This is according to KTLA 5 anchors salary.
Gayle Anderson Net Worth
Anderson’s net worth is estimated to be between $1 million -$5 million U.S Dollars. Her career is the primary source of her income.
Gayle Anderson Career
Before she joined KTLA News in 1993, Anderson worked as a field producer for the National Black Network and ABC-TV in New York. Anderson then went to Miami in 1984 where she worked for WCIX TV as a weekend reporter until 1986.
Throughout her period in Miami, she also worked for WABC and NBC radio stations for their New York Articles. Anderson then moved to Houston working for KPRC tv and helped start the 2 on your Side consumer complaints division as well as their midday news anchor. Anderson also worked as a correspondent and a producer for Tribune Entertainment which is now called an Investigative news program.