Jonathan Elias is a well-known American-Award-winning journalist currently working as a news anchor as well as a news reporter at WJLA-TV, an ABC-affiliated station in Arlington, Virginia.
He has gained both international recognition and local for reporting and covering stories. Currently, Jonathan anchors WJLA’s 4 pm, 6 pm, and 11 pm news and also on WJLA 24/7 the 10 pm news.
Jonathan Elias Age
Jonathan Elias was born in the United States. He has however not shared his exact year and date of birth or age. Elias may be around 50 years old.
Jonathan Elias Height
Elias stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 inches (Approx. 1.75m).
Jonathan Elias Family
Jonathan was to his caring and loving parents in the United States. He has however not shared any details regarding his parents’ names and professions. Additionally, Elias belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality.
Jonathan Elias Wife
He is happily married to his high school pretty sweetheart. Jonathan has however not disclosed his wife’s name or profession. The duo has two amazing children, all daughters.
Jonathan Elias Children
He is a proud father of two amazing children, all daughters.
Jonathan Elias Salary
Jonathan receives an annual salary of $85,690 per year. This is according to WJLA-TV anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Jonathan Elias Net Worth
Elias has an approximate net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Jonathan Elias Career
He is an American-Award-winning journalist presently serving at WJLA-TV, an ABC-affiliated station in Arlington, Virginia as a news anchor as well as a news reporter. Elias has gained both international and local recognition for reporting and covering stories.
Before joining WJLA-TV, Elias served at WBZ-TV, a CBS-owned-and-operated television station based in Boston, Massachusetts, where he served as a lead news reporter and a primary news anchor. Before moving to Boston, He was serving at KNXV in Phoenix as a main anchor.
While there, Elias traveled the country covering big stories including Hurricane Rita, Hurricane Katrina, and the Washington D.C. sniper case.