Byron Pitts Biography
Byron Pitts is an illustrious American journalist presently serving as a co-anchor of “Nightline” for ABC News. Bryon has reported on national news stories and wide features for the network, reporting all over the news division such as “Good Morning America”, “20/20”, “World News Tonight with David Muir” as well as “This week”.
Byron Pitts Age
Byron Pitts was born on 21st October 1960, in Baltimore, Maryland, in the United States of America. He is 61 years old.
Byron Pitts Height
Bryon is a man of standard stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75 m).
Byron Pitts Family
Byron Pitts was born to his loving and caring William Pitts and Clarice Pitts in Baltimore, Maryland, in the United States of America. Unfortunately, his parents separated and he was raised by a single mom. He has two adorable siblings called William M. Pitts and Saundra Judd.
Byron Pitts Education
He attended and graduated with a high school diploma from Archbishop Curley High School. Later, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Speech Communication from Ohio Wesleyan University.
Byron Pitts Wife
He is blissfully married to his stunning wife named Lyne Pitts, an accomplished writer and television producer. Byron and Lyne exchanged their wedding vows on May 7, 2013. The lovely couple is blessed with three adorable children called Brittni Pitts, Christiani Pitts, and Angela Pitts.
Byron Pitts Salary
He earns a satisfactory salary of $99,432 annually. This is according to ABC News anchors’ salaries.
Byron Pitts Net Worth
Bryon Pitts has managed to secure a decent fortune over the years he has served and has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Byron Pitts Career
As of now, he works as a co-anchor of “Nightline” for ABC News. Bryon has reported on national news stories and wide features for the network, reporting all over the news division such as “Good Morning America”, “20/20”, “World News Tonight with David Muir” as well as “This week”.
Before, he served for a period of 15 years at CBS News as a chief national correspondent for CBS Evening News and frequently contributed to 60 Minutes. He kicked off his career in Greenville, North Carolina where he served at WNCT-TV as a weekend sports anchor, reporting on local news. He was appointed as the National Association of Black Journalists Journalist of the year in 2002.