Henry DiCarlo Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Net Worth, Salary, KTLA5

Henry DiCarlo
Henry DiCarlo

Henry DiCarlo Biography

Henry DiCarlo is a well-known AMS meteorologist and sportscaster working as the Morning Mews anchor from 4 a.m. to 7 a.m at KTLA5. Prior to joining KTLA, Henry spent eight years at KCBS/KCAL in Los Angeles.

DiCarlo graduated from Mississippi State University with a degree in meteorology. DiCarlo also has a communications degree from California State University. Upon beginning his career as a sportscaster in Palm Springs, Henry also worked in Seattle and Salt Lake City.

He attended Villa Park High School. During this period, DiCarlo walked the streets of Orange, Santa Ana, and Tustin as a door-to-door salesman for the Fuller Brush Company.

DiCarlo started his career as a sportscaster in Palm Springs, serving in Palm Springs, Seattle, and Salt Lake City. After working for 8 years in KCBS/KCA in Los Angeles, California, DiCarlo joined KTLA as a morning news meteorologist and sportscaster in 2010.

He is a three-time recipient of the Emmy, winning an Emmy for the environment, sports, and exposure. DiCarlo is also known for his morning birthday whoops, DiCarlo’s Cup, and Tee Time Golf Prediction.

Henry DiCarlo Age

Henry DiCarlo was born on July 3, 1975, in Orange County, Southern California, in the United States. He is 46 years old as of 2021.

Henry DiCarlo Wife

DiCarlo is married to his wife Lisa DeNoux Wiehebrink DiCarlo. The couple tied the knot on May 23, 1997 and they are blessed with two sons; Henry DiCarlo III and Jack DiCarlo.

Henry DiCarlo’s Family

Born and raised in the city of Orange, DiCarlo has not shared information about his parents.

Henry DiCarlo Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million as of 2021. His income is mainly attributed to his career as a meteorologist and sportscaster.

Henry DiCarlo Salary

Henry works for KTLA5 News to receive an annual salary of approximately $142,873.

Henry DiCarlo Cancer

In July 2019, Henry was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Henry went for a surgical operation to have his prostate expelled and began a month-long non-appearance from KTLA. He is currently back, sound, and ready to share his experience. He raises awareness for men’s prostate cancer.

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