Beth Haynes Biography
Beth Haynes is a pre-eminent American journalist presently working as a news reporter and anchor at WBIR in Tennessee. She officially joined the station in September 2002. Before joining her current station in Tennessee, she served as a news anchor at WGXA-TV based in Macon, Georgia. In her spare time, she likes spending time with her handsome husband and their stunning children, cooking, traveling, and reading.
Beth Haynes Age
Beth Haynes was born in Athens, Tennessee, in the USA. However, Beth has managed to keep her date and year of birth under wraps.
Beth Haynes Height
Beth is a woman of medium stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches tall (approx. 1.64m.)
Beth Haynes Family
Beth Haynes was born to her hardworking and supportive parents in Athens, Tennessee, in the United States of America. However, has maintained a low profile in regards to her parents’ identity and if she has any siblings remains a mystery to the public.
She graduated with a Bachelor of Art in International Relations from the University of California.
Beth Haynes Husband
Beth is gladly hitched to her loving and caring husband called Seth Grossman. He is also a journalist and formerly served as a News anchor at WBIR. The duo exchanged their wedding vows in August 2018. She is the proud mother of her two stunning children.
Beth Haynes Salary
She pockets a decent salary of $88,970 annually. This is in accordance with WBIR-TV news anchors’ salaries.
Beth Haynes Net Worth
Beth Haynes has stockpiled a decent fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Beth Haynes Career
Beth first joined the WBIR’s news team as an intern while still a student at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Immediately after her graduation, she landed a job at the Walt Disney World Media Relations where she served as a Broadcasting Publicist.
Beth’s first television broadcasting job was as a reporter at WKAG in Kentucky. After serving for a year at the station, she moved to Macon, Georgia where she was commissioned at WGXA-TV as an anchor. She received a phone call from WBIR-TV offering her a job as a news reporter and anchor in September 2002.