Jeff Gianola Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, KOIN News
October 14, 2021
Jeff Gianola Biography
Jeff Gianola is an American news Journalist and also an Award-winning News Journalist currently working for KOIN News in Portland for more than 36 years. He Joined KOIN News in 998.
Jeff Gianola Age
Gianola was born on October 2, 1955, in San Diego, California, United States. He is 67 years old.
Jeff Gianola Height
Gianola stands at an average height of 6 feet 0 inches.
Jeff Gianola Family
Gianola attended San Diego State in the town he grew up has also not revealed his parents’ identities however it will be updated as soon as there is information.
Jeff Gianola Wife – Married
Gianola is happily married to Shannon Dugan since June 4, 1995. He has been married before to his ex-wife Maria McDonough on August 5, 1978, but divorced in 1994. He also has three grandchildren: Nora, Lachlan, and Ruthie.
Jeff Gianola Kids
Jeff is a dad to five beautiful kids. Two daughters Alex and Anna, from his first marriage with Maria and three with Shannon named Jake, Michael, and Eliana.
Jeff Gianola Education
Gianola graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle in 1991 with a degree in Communications.
Jeff Gianola Salary
He receives an annual salary of $118500 per year according to KOIN News anchors and reporters’ salaries.
Jeff Gianola Net Worth
Gianola has an estimated net worth of between $ 1 Million – $ 5 Million.
Jeff Gianola Career
Gianola is an American news Journalist and also an Award-winning News Journalist currently working for KOIN News in Portland for more than 36 years. After his education, he interned at KGTV. The station eventually hired him full-time.
With hard work, he rose to be an assignment editor, news writer, and producer and worked with some of the legends in local television news. In 1983, he was hired by KATU in Portland as a reporter and weekend weathercaster. In addition, he was promoted to the main anchor for KATU in 1985. He also hosted Town Hall for six years. He has spent 15 years at KATU. He has also been recognized for his reports on the homeless problem, including his 2018 special report “The Unsheltered Truth.”