Dan Green Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, KSBW 8 News
October 23, 2021
Dan Green Biography
Dan Green is an American News anchor currently working for KSBW News 8. He airs at KSBW News, at five, six, and eleven. He started his journalism career at KGO-TV in San Francisco by covering the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.
Dan Green Age
Green has also not revealed his exact date of birth and age, however, it will be updated.
Dan Green Height
Green has not disclosed his exact body measurements, including height, weight, and body size.
Dan Green Family
Dan Green and Erin Clark were born at the same hospital in Washington, DC, and delivered by the same doctor who also delivered John F. Kennedy, Junior.
Dan Green Wife
Green is happily married to Kate Callaghan. Callaghan is a former KSBW News anchor. the couple is blessed with two kids.
Dan Green Kids
Green is a father to two kids. Dan resides in Monterey with his wife and their two children.
Dan Green Education
He has not disclosed his educational background.
Dan Green Salary
He receives an annual salary of between $64,150 per year according to KSBW News 8 anchors and reporters’ salaries.
Dan Green Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $ 1 Million – $ 5 Million.
Dan Green Career
Green is an American News anchor currently working for KSBW News 8. He airs at KSBW News, at five, six, and eleven. He started his journalism career at KGO-TV in San Francisco by covering the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.
He is also best known for his top stories and his coverage of breaking news, specialty reporting, and his humor, Dan continues to be honored year after year at KSBW-TV 8. He was also chosen as a best male anchor each year in local viewer polls and honored with the highly-coveted Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio and Television News Directors Association for his popular “Animal Stories” feature.
He has also worked as a field producer for the ABC network. He later was named anchor and news director at KMIZ-TV in Columbia, Missouri, where he was honored three times with the Missouri Broadcaster’s Association award for breaking news coverage. He has also received an Edward R. Murrow Award for documentary television, an Emmy nomination for documentaries, and was named “Outstanding Young Man of the Year” in 1993.