Peter Daut is a well-known American journalist serving as an anchor and investigative reporter for KESQ in Palm Springs. Prior to joining the station in Feb 2020, he was serving as a lead reporter for KCBS/KCAL-TV in Los Angeles.
Peter Daut Age
Peter Daut was born on Sep 18, 1983, in Orange County, California, in the United States of America. He is 39 years old.
Peter Daut Height
Daut stands at a height is 5 feet 8 inches ( approximately 1.73 meters).
Peter Daut Family
Daut is a resident of Orange County, California, in the United States of America. His cousin, Mark Rober, a Retired NASA and Apple engineer, created a fake package that explodes glitter, records the thief’s reaction, and emits a stench all at once. His cousin now serves as a YouTuber. Nevertheless, he has not disclosed the identity of his family.
Peter Daut Partner
Daut got married to his beautiful husband David Gibson in Mar 2020. The duo celebrated their first marriage anniversary on Mar 8, 2021. Further, they are proud dads of two dogs. The two also enjoy their time together by going on vacations in places like Aloha, Hawaii.
Peter Daut Education
He studied at El Dorado High School, a public high school in California. He after matriculated at the University of Southern California graduating cum laude in political science and broadcast journalism with a minor in Spanish in 2006.
Peter Daut Salary
He receives an annual salary of $96,800 and this is according to Kesq anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Peter Daut’s Net Worth
Daut has an estimated net worth of 1 million US dollars.
Peter Daut Career
Daut is presently serving as an anchor and investigative reporter for KESQ in Palm Springs. Prior to joining the station in Feb 2020, he was serving as a lead reporter for KCBS/KCAL-TV in Los Angeles. Before serving in Los Angeles, he was laboring for WSOC-TV as a morning anchor and investigative reporter in Charlotte.
While laboring there he reported from inside the 2012 Democratic National Convention on issues affecting consumers and taxpayers. Prior to joining WSOC-TV, he was serving for KDFW-TV in Dallas as a reporter and fill-in anchor. While serving there, he provided coverage for wildfires, tornadoes, and Super Bowl.
He commenced his journalism career while serving as an anchor and investigative reporter for KFOX in El Paso. Further, during his career as a journalist, he has obtained several awards including the national Journalistic Achievement Award for his coverage of a cosmetic surgery clinic and an Emmy for his report on the Fort Hood shooting massacre.