Katy Solt Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth Spectrum News
Katy Solt Biography
Katy Solt is a renowned American journalist working for ABC 4 News | WCIV-TV as an evening news anchor since January 2022. Before, she served at Spectrum News as a fill-in anchor and multimedia journalist. Prior to joining Spectrum News in January 2018, she was working for WSPA-TV in Greenville as a reporter/multimedia journalist.
Katy Solt Age
Katy Solt was born in Charlotte, North Carolina in the United States on July 27, 1992. She is 30 years old.
Katy Solt Height
Katy’s height is 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Katy Solt Education
In 2010, Katy enrolled at the University of South Carolina. She attended university for three and a half years before graduating in 2013 with a Magma Cum Laude in Journalism and a minor in theatre. During her time at the University of South Carolina, she also worked as a reporter and producer for SGTV, a Student Gamecock Television.
Katy Solt Family
Katy is the daughter of her mother, Karen Solt, and her father, Mr. Solt. She is also a family-oriented lady who enjoys taking vacations with her family. Katy also thanked her father on Father’s Day, June 16, 2019, for teaching her everything she knows about football. Kristen Solt, her younger sister, was also brought up with her.
Katy Solt Husband
Katy is presently involved in a love relationship with Jordan Castano. Her boyfriend works in the sales department at Eastwood Homes. He also graduated from the University of North Carolina and holds a Broker license from the NC Real Estate Commission.
In July 2021, the couple announced their engagement. In 2018, Katy and her boyfriend began dating. Her partner also celebrated his 30th birthday on June 7, 2020. Katy and Jordan also go on vacation together; for example, in June 2019, they went to Anna Maria Island, Florida.
Katy Solt Salary
Katy earns an annual salary of $88,500.
Katy Solt Net Worth
Katy’s approximated net worth is $1 million.
Katy Solt Career
Katy works as an evening anchor for ABC 4 News | WCIV-TV in Charleston, South Carolina since January 2022. Prior to joining the station, she was a Spectrum News fill-in anchor and multimedia journalist.
From January 2018 until December 2021, she worked as a fill-in anchor and multimedia journalist for Spectrum News. Katy offered coverage for children with limb-difference disabilities while working there. She formerly worked as a reporter/multimedia journalist for WSPA-TV in Greenville, Spartanburg, before joining the station in January 2018.
She formerly worked as a multimedia journalist for WFXG in Augusta, Georgia, before joining WSPA-TV. She has also interned at WSOC-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina.
She is also a self-proclaimed sports junkie who tailgates and cheers on her favorite teams, including the South Carolina Gamecocks and the Carolina Panthers, on weekends during football season. She spends her free time visiting Queen City while she is not working.