Mark Tamayo Biography
Mark Tamayo is a television personality and journalist currently working as a meteorologist in San Fransisco at KTVU. In August 2008, he joined the weather team.
Mark Tamayo Age
Mark Tamayo was born in 1975, in California, in the United States of America. He is 46 years old as of 2021.
Mark Tamayo Family
Born in 1975, in California, Mark holds American nationality but belongs to an Asian-American ethnicity. However, he has not revealed information regarding his family and siblings (if any).
Mark Tamayo Wife
Tamayo is happily married to his wife Betsy Wise. The couple walked down the aisle on September 29, 2018, in Sausalito in California. Together they are proud parents of their adorable daughter.
Mark Tamayo Daughter (Children)
Tamayo has one child, a daughter.
Mark Tamayo Height
Tamayo stands at a height of 5 Ft 11 inches.
Mark Tamayo Salary
Tamayo receives an annual salary of $ 56,000 – $ 135,500 according to KTVU anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Mark Tamayo Net Worth
Tamayo has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.
Mark Tamayo Education
Tamayo went to and graduated from San Francisco State University and earned his second degree, in Meteorology. Furthermore, he earned his first degree in Journalism at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
Mark Tamayo Career
Born and raised in Bay Area, Tamayo spent some of his weekends as a kid growing up in the North Bay were split in half. He would trek up to Tahoe and learn new snowboard tricks with my buddies on Saturdays. Tamayo went to and graduated from San Francisco State University and earned his second degree, in Meteorology. He also studied Journalism at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
He made his career debut in broadcast news in Eureka at KVIQ-TV, where I helped launch a morning newscast. Mark left for Steinbeck Country at KSBW-TV in Salina, where he drove back to the Bay Area at KRON-TV, and worked on the morning newscasts and produced environmental reports.
He joined KTVU FOX2 and during his time at KTVU, he recieved two Emmys for best weather reporting. Mark also received another Emmy for his contribution to Napa earthquake coverage. He’s passionate about learning more about the weather, he has covered environmental topics ranging from fire science research to the latest NASA technology to monitor changing snow conditions in the Sierra.
Mark has developed presentations that make science fun and exciting for our local students, thus, visiting the Bay Area schools to bring weather lessons to the classroom. He was one of the projects leads to help coordinate the first-ever Weather Education Day with the Oakland Athletics in the springs in 2009.