Dennis O’Donnell Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, WPIX 5
October 22, 2021
Dennis O’Donnell Biography
Dennis O’Donnell is an American Sports Director currently working for KPIX 5 since August 2000. Before working for KPIX 5 News, he also worked as an executive sports producer at KRON-TV. He airs at KPIX 5 News, on Monday-Friday at 6 and 11 pm Sunday – Thursday at 10 pm on The CW 44/Cable 12.
Dennis O’Donnell Age
O’Donnell has also not revealed his exact date of birth and age, however, it will be updated.
Dennis O’Donnell Height
O’Donnell stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Dennis O’Donnell Family
O’Donnell has also not revealed his parents’ identities however, his dad died of Alzheimer’s.
Dennis O’Donnell’s Wife – Married
O’Donnell is happily married but has not disclosed his wife’s name. The couple is blessed with three kids.
Dennis O’Donnell Kids
O’Donnell is a father to three kids but has not disclosed their names.
Dennis O’Donnell Education
O’Donnell attended San Francisco State University.
Dennis O’Donnell Salary
He receives an annual salary of between $ 56,558 – $ 96,184 per year according to KPXI 5 News anchors and reporters’ salaries.
Dennis O’Donnell’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $ 1 Million – $ 5 Million.
Dennis O’Donnell Career
O’Donnell is an American Sports Director currently working for KPIX 5 since August 2000. Before working for KPIX 5 News, he also worked as an executive sports producer at KRON-TV.
In addition, he also spent 13 seasons as the pre-season voice of the San Francisco 49ers and currently serves as the sideline reporter. He also did football and basketball play-by-play for Fox Sports, KPIX, Comcast Sports Network, and Bay TV.
While working at JRON News, he helped earn the station the honor of “The Best Sports Cast in California” by the Associated Press on five separate occasions. At KRON, he anchored sports with KOVR in Sacramento and KFTY in Santa Rosa. Moreover, he also hosted KPIX 5 ‘s NFL post-game show “The 5th Quarter,” “49ers Preview,” “Last Honest Sports Show,” and the number-one-rated Sunday night sports show, “Gameday” every Sunday night at 11:30 pm.