Ross Shimabuku Biography
Ross Shimabuku is an American-born Journalist. Since 2016 he has been working as a sports anchor at KGMB a KNOH 2 station in Hawaii. Initially, he worked as a Sports Reporter and anchor for more than two years at Al Jazeera America reporting live shows from NCAA, NFL, MLB, and NBA events.
Ross Shimabuku Age
With regard to his current photos, he is about 50 years old although, information regarding the place, year, and date of birth is currently unknown but will be updated as soon they are available.
Ross Shimabuku Height
Shimabuku has an average height of 5 ft 8 in (Approx 1.77 m).
Ross Shimabuku Family
He was born to George and Gladys in the United States where they raised him. His father George a man above 80 years old developed Alzheimer’s and needed special care. His mother has also aged and is above 80 years old. Details concerning his siblings are unknown but will be updated as soon as available.
Ross Shimabuku Wife
Despite being a renowned journalist Shimabuku has kept details concerning his marital status confidential however these details will be updated as soon as they are available.
Ross Shimabuku Education
He attained his high school diploma from Kalani High School after graduating. While at Arizona State University Shimabuku switched from a bachelor’s degree in Accounting to a Sports anchor.
He graduated from Kalani High School where he attained his high school diploma. He later joined Arizona State University and pursued a bachelor’s degree in Accounting where he later switched to Sports anchor.
Ross Shimabuku Salary
He has an average salary of $76,760 annually according to KNOH 2 Sports Anchor’s salary.
Ross Shimabuku Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $865,876 with his job as a sports anchor being the primary source of wealth.
Ross Shimabuku Career
He is currently working in Hawaii as a Sports Anchor at KGMB a KNOH 2 station. He has been with them since his inception in 2016. Initially, he worked at Al Jazeera for more than two years as a Sports Reporter and anchor reporting live shows from NCAA, MLB, NFL, and NBA events.
He began his career as a Weeknight Sports Anchor and Sports Director at KTVK 3TV. He reported live segments from PGA, LPGA, NASCAR, MLB, NHL, NFL, NCAA, and Olympics including the Final Four, World Series, playoffs, and the multiple Super Bowls. In 2003, he was promoted from Weekend Sports Anchor to Weeknight Sports Anchor and finally the Sports Director. He took part in the station’s charity events, sports, and community.
Furthermore, for a period of more than four years, he took part in producing, writing, editing, and anchoring night sportscasts and the Sunday night sportscasts at KSWB where he worked as a Weeknight Sports anchor and sports director. In 2001 he covered the world series where the New York Yankees lost to Arizona Diamondbacks during their 9/11 attacks.
During his leisure time, he loves hiking, hanging out at the beach with friends and family, and playing with his dog Crossfit and Koge the Corgi.