Whit Johnson Biography
Whit Johnson is an American journalist who works for ABC News in New York City, New York. He presently co-anchors Good Morning America’s weekend editions and anchors ABC World News Tonight’s Saturday edition in New York.
He formerly served as an anchor for Today on KNBC-TV in Los Angeles. During his time there, he covered two Olympics: the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, and the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He also covered the 2015 terrorist assault in San Bernardino, the standoff between killer Christopher Dorner and the LAPD, and the 2013 shooting at LAX.
Whit Johnson Age
Whit Johnson was born in San Francisco, California, United States on June 28, 1982. He is 38 years old.
Whit Johnson Height
Whit stands at a height of 6 ft 2 in/1.88m tall.
Whit Johnson Family
He was born and reared in San Francisco, California, by his parents. Dean Edell, a TV and radio broadcaster, is his stepfather. His stepfather also exposed him to the world of broadcasting. However, information regarding his mother and siblings is still lacking; we are monitoring the situation and will keep you updated as soon as feasible.
Whit Johnson Wife
He is blissfully married to his lovely wife, ABC News correspondent Andrea Fujii. On August 11, 2007, the pair married in a colorful event. Furthermore, the couple has two children and currently resides in the New York region.
Whit Johnson Education
He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Television and Broadcasting from San Francisco State University.
Whit Johnson Salary
What earns an annual salary of $87,435?
Whit Johnson’s Net Worth
What has an accumulated net worth of $1 million?
Whit Johnson Career
It has also covered the important 2018 midterm elections, the historic volcano explosion on Hawaii’s Big Island, the case of Mollie Tibbets, and the mysterious disappearance and death of a University of Iowa student.
Before joining ABC News, he was a morning anchor for KNBC-TV’s Today in LA. In 2017, the show earned the Golden Mike Award for Best Daytime News Broadcast. Whit also got a Los Angeles Emmy® in 2013 for a multipart investigation into suspected scams at car repair shops.
He covered two Olympics while at KNBC, including the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, and the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Additionally, he co-hosted the Emmy-winning station’s special report on the Rio Olympics and covered the 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino.
He formerly served as a CBS News correspondent and fill-in anchor in Washington, DC, covering national news, the White House, and Capitol Hill. Whit has also served as an anchor and reporter for NBC affiliates in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Yakima, Washington.