Sean Lewis Biography
Sean Lewis is an Award-winning reporter and news anchor currently working as a reporter and an anchor for WGN News Channel. Sean Lewis anchors the station’s Sunday Morning News and Saturday Morning News. Sean Lewis used to anchor during the week before doing the weekend News for WGN News at Nine and WGN News at Five. Lewis in June 2008 joined WGN.
Sean Lewis Age
Sean Lewis was born in the United States, though, review information regarding his age and birth is in progress and will be soon updated as we have clear facts.
Sean Lewis Height
Lewis is 5 ft 7 inches/ Approx 1.7 m tall.
Sean Lewis Education
He attended Wisconsin-La Crosse University. After two years, Sean Lewis joined UW-Milwaukee for his further studies. Upon graduating, Sean was awarded as a political theory in 1997 with a twofold major in communication news-casting.
Sean Lewis Family
He was born in the United States to his caring and loving parents. Though, Lewis considers himself an Irish, French ancestry, Italian, German, Welsh, and American mutt. Lewis’s grandmother was from Sicilia(from his mother’s side ) while his grandmother came from Germany (from his father’s side). His parents divorced while Lewis was still a child and has a pretty sister namely Tonya and a niece by the name Kennedy.
Sean Lewis Wife
Sean Lewis is not married. He is openly gay. Sean Lewis before his career started came out as gay. Sean has served everywhere including Windy City, Richmond, and Fargo.
Sean Lewis Salary
Sean Lewis receives an annual salary of $10,000 – $100,000. This is according to WGN News Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Sean Lewis’s Net worth
Lewis has an approximated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Sean Lewis Career
He works at WGN as an anchor broadcasting WGN Sunday Morning News and the Saturday Morning News with the expansion in September 2016 of weekend news. Before that, Sean Lewis filed reports during the week for WGN News at Nine and WGN News at Five. Sean Lewis began serving in March 2007 at CLTV and in June 2008 joined WGN-TV. He went back to his homeland in Chicago, after serving for two years in Richmond, Virginia at WWBT-TV as a weekend anchor.
Sean Lewis was born in the United States. He attended Wisconsin-La Crosse University. After two years, Sean Lewis joined UW-Milwaukee for his further studies. Upon graduating, Sean was awarded as a political theory in 1997 with a twofold major in communication news-casting.