Melvin Robert Biography
Melvin Robert is a popular American news personality presently serving in Los Angeles, California, United States for Spectrum Networks as a news anchor. Melvin co-anchors news on Spectrum News 1 in Your Morning. Additionally, he hosts The SoCal Scene the LA Press Club-nominated series, and Emmy.
Melvin Robert Age
Melvin Robert was born in Inglewood, California, United States, he is around 39 years of age from his looks though he has not revealed his date and year of birth.
Melvin Robert Height
Robert stands at an average height of 6 ft 1 in (approx. 1.85m ).
Melvin Robert Family
He was born and brought up in Inglewood, California, United States by his protective parents. His family owned F & M Market which is on Arbor Vitae Street and the corner of Van Ness Avenue. He has a brother sibling whom they were brought up together with.
Melvin Robert Wife
Melvin keeps a low profile when it comes to his marital status where he has not revealed any information regarding his love affairs hence it is not known if he has any children, is married, single, dating, or divorced.
Melvin Robert Education
He studied at Loyola High School and completed his high school studies in 2001 and afterward joined Loyola Marymount University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 2005. He later graduated from the same University with a master’s degree in Educational Studies.
Melvin Robert Salary
Robert receives an annual average salary of $98,560 and this is according to Spectrum Networks news anchors’ salary.
Melvin Robert’s Net Worth
Melvin has an estimated net worth of $1 million US dollars and his career as a news anchor at Spectrum Networks is the primary source of his income.
Melvin Robert Career
Melvin Robert is a popular American news personality presently serving in Los Angeles, California, United States for Spectrum Networks as a news anchor since September 2018. Melvin co-anchors news on Spectrum News 1 in Your Morning. Additionally, he hosts The SoCal Scene the LA Press Club-nominated series, and Emmy.
He has provided coverage for several major local news stories including the Los Angeles teacher’s strike the Ridgecrest earthquake, the Conception boat fire, Saugus High School shooting in the Santa Clarita community while in Spectrum News 1.
He also provided coverage for the funerals of Kobe and Gianna Bryant, Rapper Nipsey Hussle, the Grill shooting, George H.W. Bush, and the tragic Borderline Bar. Before that, he served for Access Hollywood LIVE, The Wendy Williams Show, The Young Turks, The Lip. TV, Good Day LA, and KTLA-5 Morning News.
He served as an administrator, counselor, and also teacher before joining the media industry. He worked with a broad array of educational needs as an administrator.