Mark Steines Biography
Mark Steines is a prominent American journalist presently working as the co-host of KTLA alongside Leeza Gibbons and Rose Parade. Previously, Mark served at Nat Geo Wild in New York City as a host for one year. Before, he joined Hallmark Channel serving as a two-hour host of the Home and Family show which aired on weekdays from Monday To Friday serving for over five years.
Mark Steines Age
Mark Steines was born on 7th June 1964, in Dubuque, Iowa, in the United States of America. He is 58 years old.
Mark Steines Height
Mark is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.78 m).
Mark Steines Family
Mark Steines was born to his hardworking and supportive parents in Dubuque, Iowa, in the United States of America. Mark was raised alongside his older brother named Mike.
Mark Steines Education
Mark attended and graduated from Hempstead High School in Dubuque with his high school diploma. He later joined the University of Northern Lowa in 1981 and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Communication and a major in Radio and Television in the year 1986.
Mark Steines Wife
Mark got hitched to his beautiful wife named Julie Freyermuth on 20th August 2016. She works as a children’s book author. Mark and Julie are proud parents to Parker Rose, who was born on 28th July 2017.
Before, Mark was hitched to Leanza Cornett on the island of Kauai on July 22, 1995. Leanza is a former Entertainment Tonight correspondent and 1993 Miss America. Together, they shared two handsome sons Avery James and Kai Harper. The pair divorced in 2013. Sadly, Leanza passed away following a head injury incurred in a fall at her home in Jacksonville on October 28, 2020.
Mark Steines Salary
He pockets a decent salary of $57,890 annually. This is in accordance with KTLA hosts’ salaries.
Mark Steines Net Worth
Mark Steines has amassed a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $20 million.
Mark Steines Career
After graduating in 1986, Mark moved to KWWL Television in 1987 where he served as a reporter and photographer obtaining skills for one year. Later, he got a job at KSRP TV as a weekend Sportscaster in December 1989 where he served for one year and 11 months. Furthermore, Mark served as an Anchor and Weekend Sportscaster for Los Angeles Television Station KCAL LLC from December 1991 to June 1993.
During his time at KCAL, Mark went to California, ESPN, and Los Angeles for special assignments and won Golden Mike Award for his work. In 1995, Mark moved to Entertainment Tonight as a substitute anchor and correspondent. Moreover, Mark also served as the primary substitute anchor and Entertainment Tonight Weekend. On July 27, 2012, he left the station after spending 17 years and one month.
He joined Hallmark Channel serving as a two-hour host of the Home and Family show which aired on weekdays from Monday To Friday serving for over five years. Furthermore, Mark works as the co-host of KTLA alongside Leeza Gibbons and Rose Parade. Previously, Mark served at Nat Geo Wild in New York City as a host for one year.