Gary Lezak is a famous American meteorologist currently serving in Kansas City, Missouri at KSHB 41 News as a chief meteorologist since 1999. In June he made it clear that in December 2022 he will be exiting KSHB 41. Previously, he served in Oklahoma City at KWTV-TV as the morning meteorologist.
Gary Lezak Age
Gary Lezak was born in Southern California, in the United States on April 24, 1962, he is 60 years of age.
Gary Lezak Height
Lezak stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 in (Approx 1.75 m).
Gary Lezak Family
Gary was born and brought up by his protective parents in Southern California. He was brought up together with his three amazing brothers named Jamie, Jeff, and Scott.
Gary Lezak Partner
He is cheerfully wedded to his supportive and loving partner called Andy Caraway. Gary is plainly gay. The two acquired overwhelming consent in messages and comments after Gary’s notification. His partner Gary posted him on his birthday.
Gary Lezak Education
He went to the Campus of Oklahoma to transform his lure into a profession. In 1985, he got a couple of breaks and afterward earned a Bachelor of Science qualification in meteorology and began his telecom career.
Gary Lezak Salary
Gary receives an annual salary of $95,619 and this is according to KSHB chief meteorologists’ salary.
Gary Lezak’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and his career as a chief meteorologist at KSHB is the primary source of his income.
Gary Lezak Career
He got his first big break when he started serving at KWTV-TV as the morning meteorologist in Oklahoma City in 1986. He accumulated another major break and in 1992 joined KC, where he has served for more than 25 years.
In 1999, is when he started serving at KSHB 41 Action News as the Chief Meteorologist. Gary designated himself and his weather team as the considerable authentic in Kansas City and has been the first one since he reached in 1992 in forecasting not only during his time at KSHB.
In June he made it clear that in December 2022 he will be exiting KSHB 41. Previously, he served in Oklahoma City at KWTV-TV as the morning meteorologist.