Kathy Quinn Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, Fox4
Kathy Quinn Biography
Kathy Quinn is an American anchor, news reporter, and Emmy award-winning reporter currently working at the Fox4 news channel. There, She reports the morning show every morning on FOX 4’s number one. Quinn works on a weekly franchise called “Pay It Forward” as a producer.
Kathy Quinn Age | Birthday
Kathy was born in Kansas City, United States of America, on April 17, 1959. She is 63 years old and on April 17 every year celebrates her birthday.
Kathy Quinn Height
Quinn stands at a height of 5 ft 4 inches ( Approx 1.6m).
Kathy Quinn Education
After she finished her high school education in 1977, Kathy went to further her education at Missouri Kansas City University. There, she double-majored in history and communication studies while taking a minor in women’s studies and graduated in 1982.
Kathy Quinn Family
She was born to her supportive father and caring mother in the United States of America. Her background is both Mexican and Irish. His family owned one of the first Mexican restaurants well known as “Las Palmas” located in Kansas City. Kathy has a brother who serves as a medical doctor. However, Kathy has not shared her family information with the public. Therefore, details about her parent’s and siblings’ names and occupations are presently unavailable.
Kathy Quinn Husband
She is a married woman to the love of her life called Ian Quinn. Ian serves for the Celtic band as the lead singer. The duo is blessed with three children named Kian, Andreina, and Kaitlin.
Kathy Quinn Salary
Kathy earns an average salary of$74,322 per year according to FOX 4 News anchor’s/repoters’ salaries.
Kathy Quinn Net Worth
Quinn has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.
Kathy Quinn Career
Being bilingual has been advantageous during her reports. The victims at the time of a house fire in the east bottoms spoke no English. Therefore, Kathy also translate for the fire investigators who were present on the scene and not only had the report on first. While at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, She began broadcasting.
In 1997, She achieved a career highlight for a new series “A Child’s Prayer” by winning an Emmy Award. In the series, Kathy detailed the trip of local doctors, including her brother. They had traveled to repair cleft lips and cleft palates in children in the Dominican Republic. Kathy due to her live reports during the largest St. Patrick’s Day parades in Kansas City was again nominated for an Emmy.