Gerald Owens Biography
Gerald Owens an American journalist working as the anchor and reporter at WRAL-TV based in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States. He started working with the station back in February 1997.
Gerald Owens Age
Owens was born in Vicenza, Italy. However, his age and date of bith are publicly unavailable, this section will be updated as soon as the information is available
Gerald Owens Height and Weight
Owens stands tall at a height of 5 feet 9 inches and has an average body weight.
Gerald Owens Family
Owens was raised up in an Army family. However more information about his family are publicly unavailable, this section will be updated as soon as the information is available.
Gerald Owens Wife
Owens is a married to Leigh Owens and together has a son, Andrew Owens, and a daughter Sydney Owens. Leigh is a biologist, so they live with a menagerie of pets, including three dogs, a snake, a tarantula, and two horses.
Gerald Owens Net Worth
Owens has an estimated net worth range of between $1 Million – $5 Million
Gerald Owens Salary
Owens earns an annual estimated salary ranging between $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.
Gerald Owens Career
In the Operation Desert Shield back in 1990, he interned at ABC News’ “Nightline,” and earned his news theory. In 1993, he started off his career in television as a reporter trainee at WUSA-TV in Washington, D.C. A day-to-day reporting work that required a lot of hands-on experience.
At WTKR-TV in Norfolk, Virginia, back in 1995. For three years, he served as a political correspondent and anchor. After that, he went back to WUSA-TV and served as an anchor on the morning show for three years. He then attempted sports reporting and to him, honesty is everything. “Integrity is doing the right thing when no one is watching,” someone once said, although He can’t recall who it was.
He served for a small plastics company in Maryland after graduating from college for 13 years, and later rising to the position of general manager. He then joined University of Maryland’s journalism school. A new course of study and a new career is on the horizon.
He later joinedt WRAL where he served as a sports reporter at home on his day off on September 11, 2001, when the first plane struck the World Trade Center in New York and back on 7th of December, 1941, all over again in his own backyard.