Brian Abel Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary,Net Worth, WXYZ
September 24, 2022
Brian Abel Biography
Brian Abel is an amazingly gifted American journalist presently in Detroit, where he serves at WXYZ-TV as an Evening anchor. Abel has been working at the station news family since June 2017.
Before WXYZ, Brian served in Missouri for two years as a news correspondent at KSHB. During his leisure time, Brian loves traveling, going out with his beautiful wife, and working out.
Brian Abel Age
Brian Abel was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in the United States of America, unfortunately, he has not disclosed any information regarding his date and year of birth. Nevertheless, he seems to be around 35 years of age.
Brian Abel Height
He is a man of average height. Brian stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (approximately 1.7 m).
Brian Abel Family
He was born and also brought up in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in the United States. under the warm care of her loving and caring parents. Brian was raised p in a family of four along with his younger sister. He retains an American nationality by birth but belongs to the white race.
Brian Abel Wife
Brian is happily and contentedly married to his gorgeous, loving, and hardworking wife Daniel Mancinelli Abel. Mancinelli is a Livonia resident and now works as the head chef at Zaman. The lovely duo has not yet been gifted with any children but we shall keep you updated on the issue. The couple is happily living in Michigan.
Brian Abel Education
Growing up in Michigan Brian graduated from a local high school and thereafter chose to chase his dream at Western Michigan University. He joined the University in 2003 and for four years thereupon he has rewarded with his Bachelor of Arts in Journalism.
Brian Abel Salary
Abel receives an annual average salary of $96,490. This is according to WXYZ anchors\reporters salaries.
Brian Abel’s Net Worth
Abel has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Brian Abel Career
He joined journalism in January 2006, when he was first employed as a news anchor at WIDR FM. Nevertheless, after anchoring at the station for six months Brian quit and migrated to North Dakota. There, he was employed as a news anchor and correspondent at WDAY, where he served from October 2013 to April 2015. He also worked at WDAZ as a news anchor for only seven months prior to joining KSHB-TV in April 2015.
He served in Missouri at KSHB for two years prior to joining WXYZ-TV, where he still labors until now. Brian was first employed as a news reporter, yet, four years afterward he was upgraded to the weekend evening anchor. After serving in that position for almost three years he was reassigned as the station’s evening anchor. Again, he went for his training program at WOOD-TV.
During his journalism career, he has covered major stories including the 2016 elections, the Olathe bar triple shooting the death of a young teenage boy on the nation’s tallest waterslide, the arson fire that took the lives of two firefighters, and others. Further, he has guided one-on-one interviews with former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, president Joe Biden, and Senator Bernie Sanders.