Gordon Deal is a famous American journalist and speaks radio host. Presently, he works as a talk radio host for the wake-up show This Morning, America’s First News with Gordon with Jennifer Kushinka. Gordon is best known for his work at Wall Street Journal. Before serving at The Wall Street Journal, he worked at both WINS and WCBS in New York City as a writer and reporter.
Gordon Deal Age
Gordon Deal was born on February 18, 1972, in the United States of America. Deal is 50 years of age.
Gordon Deal Height
Deal is a man of average height. He stands at the height of 5 feet 8 inches(Approximately 1.75 meters).
Gordon Deal Family
He was born and raised in the United States by his parents. He owns an American nationality and belongs to the white race. He has, nevertheless, not given details about his parents and/or siblings.
Gordon Deal Wife
Gordon is wedded to his wife called Kelly Waldron, a WCBS reporter. The pair married on November 21, 1998. Concurrently, he and Kelly have two children, a boy, and a girl.
Gordon Deal Education
He joined Rutgers University and graduated with a Bachelor of Communication. Following his graduation, he started his journey as a radio host in The Wall Street Journal(WSJ) from 2005 to 2014.
Gordon Deal Salary
Deal receives an annual average salary of $80,345. This is according to This Morning anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Gordon Deal Net Worth
Gordon has an estimated net worth of between $1 million and 10 million dollars US dollars.
Gordon Deal Career
Gordon presently works for the wake-up show This Morning as a talk radio host, America’s First News with Gordon with Jennifer Kushinka. He is best known for his job in Wall Street Journal. Before serving at The Wall Street Journal, he served at both WINS and WCBS in New York City as a writer and reporter. He also worked for Metro Networks where his reports aired on WOR and WABC as New York City bureau chief.
He started his career in radio as a play-by-play sports announcer for Rutgers University. Further, he has also been a public address announcer for the New York Liberty of the WNBA and the New York Knicks of the NBA In 2012, he evolved the New York Giants PA Announcer at MetLife Stadium.