Ryan Chiaverini Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, WLS-TV


Ryan Chiaverini WLS-TV

Ryan Chiaverini WLS-TV

Ryan Chiaverini Biography

This is what you need to know about Ryan Chiaverini an American Chicago/Midwest Emmy Award-winning television personality. And the co-host of Windy City Live on ABC Chicago alongside Val Warner.

The show initially replaced the 9 am “Oprah” time slot in Chicago on WLS-TV. The working title was original “Morning Rush.”

Ryan Chiaverini Age- Birthday

Chiaverini was born on 12 October 1977 in Southern California, California, United States. He is 43 years old as of 2020.

Ryan Chiaverini Height / Weight

Chiaverini stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch.


190 pounds.

Ryan Chiaverini Family-Parents-Siblings

Chiaverini was born to her parents Ed Chiaverini, Edna Avery. He had two siblings Darrin Chiaverini, Zach Chiaverini. More information about his parents and siblings will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Ryan Chiaverini Nephew

Chiaverini had a nephew called  Curtis Chiaverini

Ryan Chiaverini Wife

Chiaverini likes to keep his personal life private. Hence it’s not known whether he is married or not. Information about his love life will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Ryan Chiaverini Salary

Chiaverini Receives an annual salary of $72534. This is according to the WLS-TVanchors salary.

Ryan Chiaverini Net Worth

Chiaverini has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars. His career as an anchor is the primary source of his income.

Ryan Chiaverini Education

Chiaverini graduated with a broadcast journalism degree in 2000 from the University of Colorado in Boulder.

Ryan Chiaverini Career

Chiaverini began his career at KFBB in Great Falls, Montana. As the weekend sports anchor. He wrote, produced, and shot primarily high school sports and local college athletics.

Chiaverini accepted a similar position at KTVQ in Billings, MT Less than a year later. He landed a sports reporter gig at KUSA in Denver, Colorado in 2002, At age 24.

Chiaverini spent four seasons covering the Denver Broncos. And served as a fill-in host for the Mike Shanahan Show and John Elway’s Crush Zone.

He accepted a sports reporter job at WLS-TV and spent five years covering the Chicago Bears. Chicago Bulls, Chicago BlackHawks, Chicago Cubs, and Chicago White Sox in 2006.

Chiaverini was promoted to weekend Sports Anchor at WLS-TV in 2010.  He also hosted The “Chicago Huddle” for the 3 seasons, a weekly Bears show.

Chicagoan Lee DeWyze was the show’s in-house entertainment at the ESPN Zone. In downtown Chicago prior to winning season 9 of American Idol.