Harold Kuntz Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Fox 4 News
Harold Kuntz Biography
Harold Kuntz is a preeminent American journalist who is currently working as a sports anchor and reporter for Fox 4 News in Kansas City. Prior to that, he worked as a weekend sports anchor and reporter in Tulsa, Oklahoma. There, he covered NBA Playoff runs with the Oklahoma City Thunder, a Final Four, and multiple NCAA Basketball tournaments.
Harold Kuntz Age
Harold Kuntz was born in Nashville, Tennessee, United States of America. However, her exact dates and year of birth are currently under review and will be updated once she discloses to the public.
Harold Kuntz Height
Harold stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches (Approx 1.8 m).
Harold Kuntz Family
Harold was born to his devoted father and mother in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. Nevertheless, he has not mentioned any information in regard to his parents’ identities and occupations. Moreover, it is also not known whether Harold has siblings or not.
Harold Kuntz Wife
He is happily married to his caring wife, Marcia. The lovely couple don’t have a child yet.
Harold Kuntz Education
After completing high school education, Harold attended Loyola University New Orleans and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications/History, Communication, and Media studies in 2007. Later, he joined Syracuse University in New York where he received a Masters in Broadcast Journalism in 2008.
Harold Kuntz Salary
He earns an estimated salary of $68,379 annually. This is according to Fox 4 News sports anchors’ salaries.
Harold Kuntz’s Net Worth
Harold has managed to amass a decent amount of wealth throughout his career and has an estimated net worth of around $1 million to $5 million.
Harold Kuntz Career
Harold is currently working as a sports anchor and reporter for Fox 4 News in Kansas City. Prior to that, he worked as a weekend sports anchor and reporter in Tulsa, Oklahoma. There, he covered NBA Playoff runs with the Oklahoma City Thunder, a Final Four, and multiple NCAA Basketball tournaments.
Furthermore, Harold became the first journalist to interview the Thunder draft pick and Tulsa native Terrance Ferguson on NBA draft night. He has also covered the Dallas Cowboys. In addition, Harold was in Hagerstown, Maryland where he covered several games for the Ravens and Redskins with tracking the pro careers of both Manny Machado and Bryce Harper from Single-A ball to the major leagues with the Orioles and Nationals before Tulsa.
Harold is active in the community, volunteering his time with the Wayman Tisdale Foundation, Rotary Club, and Special Olympics. In 2018, he was named Tulsa’s best Sports Anchor by the Tulsa Press Club.