Siafa Lewis Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth NBC 5
Siafa Lewis Biography
Siafa Lewis is a well-known American reporter who currently works for NBC 5 as a Lead Sports Anchor, he began working here in May 2014. Since August 2020, He has co-anchored the station’s Sunday morning newscasts. Prior, he worked in New York for the NBC affiliate as a sports anchor.
Siafa Lewis Age
Siafa has secluded details on his exact date and day of birth from the media, however, a review on this is ongoing, and soon as we have detailed information will update this section.
Siafa Lewis Height
Siafa’s height is 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.
Siafa Lewis Education
Siafa was removed from his high school baseball team but never lost hope in sports. Then he attended and graduated with a degree in film, television, and radio from Rowan University.
Siafa Lewis Family
He was brought up in a Black descent family. But he hasn’t mentioned his parent’s and siblings’ identities, soon as we have detailed information will update you on this.
Siafa Lewis Wife
Siafa is a married man to Deanna Lewis. The duo met in Cherry Hill Mall and are blessed with two kids, a son, Cooper, and a daughter Leelynn.
Siafa Lewis Salary
Siafa receives an annual salary of $78,500.
Siafa Lewis Net Worth
Siafa’s accumulated net worth is $1 million.
Siafa Lewis Career
Siafa presently serves for NBC5 as a reporter and Lead Sports Anchor, he began working here in May 2014. He co-anchors the station’s Sunday morning newscasts since August 2020. Prior, he worked in New York for the NBC affiliate as a sports anchor.
During his time in New York, he worked as the NY Live, Open House NYC, 1st Look NY, I Do correspondent, and as the co-host of LXNY, anchored sports. During his career in sports journalism, he has served as a general assignment reporter for WCAU, an NBC affiliate in Philadelphia.
He also worked for Giant beat in NY as the reporter and provided coverage for all 9 NYC area professional teams, college basketball, professional boxing, and Rutgers football. He has also worked on Mets Weekly, SNY weekly magazine show as a co-anchor. In addition, he began his career in television by working as a Weekend Traffic Reporter in Philadelphia for the NBC affiliate.