Matt Kirkwood Biography
Matt Kirkwood is an eminent American meteorologist currently working as a weather forecaster at WOOD-TV (NBC affiliate) in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He was so afraid of thunderstorms while growing up. Matt was always conscious when storms would smack his area because he religiously watched the two weather legends of West Michigan i.e. Bill Steffen and Craig James. After Matt decided to pursue his career in broadcasting, he had two internships, one at WNEM-TV based in Saginaw and another one at the National Weather Service office based in Muskegon.
Matt Kirkwood Age
Matt Kirkwood was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in the United States. Despite being a popular TV personality, he has kept details regarding his date of birth away from the public. Nevertheless, looking at his appearance, Matt may be around 58 years old.
Matt Kirkwood Height
Kirkwood stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (Approx 1.78m).
Matt Kirkwood Family
Matt was born to his devoted father and mother in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in the United States. Nonetheless, all the information regarding Matt’s parents and siblings is still under wraps.
Matt Kirkwood Wife
He is married to his lovely wife and shares two children, a son named Aiden and his twin sister. As of now, Matt and his lovely family live in Grand Rapids.
Matt Kirkwood Education
He attended and graduated from Creston High School in Grand Rapids. Later, Matt attended Grand Rapids Community College. Furthermore, he attended Western Michigan University and then joined Grand Valley State University. Matt finally matriculated at Central Michigan University where he earned his meteorological degree.
Matt Kirkwood Salary
He receives an annual average salary of $71,634. This is in accordance with WOOD-TV weather forecasters’ salaries.
Matt Kirkwood’s Net Worth
Matt has managed to gather a lot of wealth over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Matt Kirkwood Career
Currently, Matt works as a weather forecaster at WOOD-TV (NBC affiliate) in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After Matt decided to pursue his career in broadcasting, he had two internships, one at WNEM-TV based in Saginaw and another one at the National Weather Service office based in Muskegon.
He landed his first official job at WPBN-TV/WTOM-TV located in Traverse City, Michigan. He served there from 1996 to 1998. At first, Matt worked on weekends and then became a weekday morning show host. As of now, you can find him on “News 8 Daybreak” and “News 8 at Noon” on weekdays with Storm Team 8.