Dave Holmes Biography
Dave Holmes is a well-known American journalist and sportscaster currently working at 10TV in Columbus, Ohio as a weekend sports anchor and reporter. He also covers The Ohio State Buckeyes football team both on the road and at home. Dave won the ESPN reality television talent search show, the second season of Dream Job. At the age of 21, he became the youngest anchor in the history of national television.
Dave Holmes Age
Dave was born in Northeast Ohio, United States of America. He is around 44 years old. However, he keeps his private information confidential, hence, his date and year of birth are currently unknown to the general public.
Dave Holmes Height
Holmes is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx. 1.7 m).
Dave Holmes Family
Dave was born and brought up in Northeast Ohio, by his caring and dedicated parents. Nonetheless, Dave has not disclosed the identities of his parents and siblings in the media.
Dave Holmes Education
Dave Holmes Wife
Dave is a young handsome and hardworking man who loves his life and career. Nevertheless, Dave has kept his private life away from the limelight thus, it’s not known if he is married, dating, or single. In his leisure time, Dave enjoys playing golf.
Dave Holmes Salary
He bags a satisfactory salary of $65,652 per year. This is in accordance with 10TV reporters/anchors’ salaries.
Dave Holmes Net Worth
Dave Holmes has stockpiled a decent wealth over the years he has served and has an approximated net worth ranging between $1 million to $5 million.
Dave Holmes Career
Currently, Dave works at 10TV in Columbus, Ohio as a sports reporter and weekend sports anchor. He also covers The Ohio State Buckeyes football team both on the road and at home. Dave won the ESPN reality television talent search show, the second season of Dream Job. At the age of 21, he became the youngest anchor in the history of national television. Together with his one-year ESPN contract, he received a brand-new Mazda6 5-door car and made $70,000 in his first year.
He left ESPN and worked for eight years serving at WTVG in Toledo. During his time in the “glass city,” Dave was awarded eight times by the Associated Press as the best in Ohio and won six Emmy awards. He is ecstatic to cover the Buckeyes every week and is a long-life Ohio State fan.