Ed Greene Biography
Ed Greene is an eminent American journalist presently serving at 9News based in Denver. There, he serves as the anchor of the Mile High Mornings weathercast. Ed made his first appearance at 9NEWS based in Atlanta during the 1996 Summer Olympics. In his leisure time, Ed enjoys spending his time with his wife and their three lovely children.
Ed Greene Age
Ed Greene was born in Long Island, New York, in the United States. However, details with reference to his date and year of birth are currently unavailable and we will update as soon as he discloses the information to the public.
Ed Greene Height
Greene is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (approx. 1.7 m).
Ed Greene Family
Ed Greene was born under the loving care of her unidentified parents in Long Island, New York, in the United States of America. However, Ed has not disclosed much about his family, therefore it’s not known if he has any siblings or whether he is the only child. The review regarding his family is ongoing and we shall update you as soon as we have acquired the exact information from a reliable source.
Ed Greene Education
Despite his publicity, Ed has not revealed his educational background to the public. Therefore, where he attained his high school diploma and the university he graduated from remains an enigma.
Ed Greene Wife
He is happily hitched to his stunning, caring, and supportive wife Barbara Greene. The adorable couple is the proud parents of their three lovely children.
Ed Greene Salary
He earns an ample salary of $96,320 annually. This is according to 9News anchors’ salaries.
Ed Greene Net Worth
Ed Greene has victoriously amassed his justly acquired fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Ed Greene Career
Recently, he returned to 9NEWS, where he was re-commissioned as the morning forecaster. There, Ed serves as the anchor of the Mile High Mornings weathercast. Ed made his first appearance at 9NEWS based in Atlanta during the 1996 Summer Olympics.
He left the station in 2001 and joined KCNC. During the forty years, he worked in the journalism industry, Ed has served in major stations such as, KOA Radio, KMGH-TV, KUSA-TV, and KCNC-TV.
He landed his first on-air broadcast journalism job in 1972 at KIMN-FM. Ed started to make his appearance on television at KMGH in 1976. There, he served as a news and weather anchor. Later on, he was hired at CBS4 in 1981.