Erin Clark Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, KSBW 8 New
October 23, 2021
Erin Clark Biography
Erin Clark is an American news Anchor currently working for KSBW Action News. She airs at KSBW News 8 at 6:00 p.m. and 11 p.m. She previously worked as a general assignment reporter before being promoted to anchor at WPTZ – TV News.
Erin Clark Age
Clark was born on March 14, in Washington D.C, in the United States. She has not disclosed her exact date of birth however it will be updated.
Erin Clark Height
Clark stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.
Erin Clark Family
Clark has also not revealed her parent’s however, she was born in Washington, DC where her father attended as a physician to congress. Erin and Dan Green were born at the same hospital in Washington, DC, and delivered by the same doctor who also delivered John F. Kennedy, Junior.
Clark recently remarried and the couple resides in Carmel with her new husband. She is blessed with two children.
Erin Clark Kids
Clark is a mother to two kids. One of her daughters is a graduate of USC and her son is a soon-to-be graduate of San Diego State.
Erin Clark Education
Clark attended Glenbard West High School. She later attended college at the University of Vermont.
Erin Clark Salary
She receives an annual salary of $64,150 year according to KSBW News 8 anchors and reporters’ salaries.
Erin Clark Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $ 1 Million – $ 5 Million.
Erin Clark KSBW News 8
Clark is an American news Anchor currently working for KSBW Action News. She airs at KSBW News 8 at 6:00 p.m. and 11 p.m. She previously worked as a general assignment reporter before being promoted to anchor at WPTZ – TV News.
In January 1998, she took over after Dina Eastwood’s retirement and began working alongside Dan Green. Moreover, for more than two decades at KSBW 8 News, she covered many big stories and events including wildfires, a royal visit, Climate Change Summit, political rallies for presidential contenders, Big Sur marathons, and three U.S. Open Golf Championships, just to name a few.