Cynthia Gouw Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, Movies

Cynthia Gouw
Cynthia Gouw

Cynthia Gouw Biography

Cynthia Gouw is an American Media personality, actress, and news anchor. Gouw is known for co-starring in TV shows like Matlock and China Beach, and also made appearances as Caithlin Dar, the Romulan Ambassador in the movie Star Trek V: The Final Frontier in 1989.

As a TV personality, she is a 3-time Emmy Award-winning reporter. Gouw has worked as a television anchor and/or reporter for KPIX-TV Channel 5 (CBS) San Francisco; KDFW-TV Channel 4 (Fox) in Dallas; and KXTV-TV Channel 10 (ABC) in Sacramento. In Philadelphia, she hosts the TV show Asian Outlook, a half-hour talk show focused on the affairs of the Pacific Rim for WYBE.

Cynthia Gouw Age

Cynthia Gow was born on May 30, 1963, in , California, United States. She is 58 years old as of 2021.

Cynthia Gouw Height

Gouw stands at a height of : 5′ 8″ (1.73 m).

Cynthia Gouw Husband

Cynthia is married to Douglas A. Alexander.

Cynthia Gouw Career

Gouw is known for co-starring in TV shows like Matlock and China Beach, and appeared as Caithlin Dar, the Romulan Ambassador in the movie Star Trek V: The Final Frontier in 1989. She is a 3-time Emmy Award-winning reporter.

Gouw has worked as a television anchor and/or reporter for KPIX-TV Channel 5 (CBS) San Francisco; KDFW-TV Channel 4 (Fox) in Dallas; and KXTV-TV Channel 10 (ABC) in Sacramento. In Philadelphia, Gouw hosts the TV show Asian Outlook, a half-hour talk show focused on the affairs of the Pacific Rim for WYBE.

Gouw has been named Member of the Year by the Chinese American Council and Honoree of the Year by the Asian Bar Association of Sacramento. She has also been recognized by the California State Legislature, and is on the Advisory Board of Stanford University’s “Grade the News”. In 1984 she was named Miss Chinatown USA.

Cynthia Gouw and Douglas A. Alexander

Cynthia is one of the greatest advocates, along with her husband Doug Alexander, who is co-chairman of NFTE Philadelphia. He is also President of ICG, a fast growing, publicly traded cloud software company. Doug outlined aggressive plans along with his co-chairman, Steve Zarrilli, on how to continue to grow NFTE Philadelphia out of its start-up stage: Last year NFTE Philadelphia educated 1,500 students up from 700 the year before. Their goal is to get to 7,000 students per year by training 60 more teachers, and entering 10 new schools over the next two years.

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