Will DuPree Biography
Will DuPree is an illustrious American journalist presently serving as a reporter and digital anchor at KXAN News. He helped in the starting of the first anchored live-streaming operation for top stories and breaking news in Austin. Throughout his career as a journalist, he has won numerous awards such as the 2018 Heartland Emmy award due to reporting on a tornado that hit Tulsa. Prior to joining KXAN News, Will worked for KJRH as a weekend morning anchor.
Will DuPree Age
Will Dupree was born on 22nd April 1988, in Arkansas, in the United States of America. He is 34 years old.
Will DuPree Height
Will is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx. 1.7m).
Will DuPree Family
Will was born and brought up in Arkansas, the United States of America. He is the proud son of Mr. and Mrs. Dupree. Furthermore, he was brought up alongside his two nice-looking brothers. He is the twin brother of Jake Dupree, a fitness instructor, and model.
Will DuPree Education
He matriculated at Northwestern University where he graduated with a bachelor of science in journalism from the Medill School of Journalism in the year 2010.
Will DuPree Partner
Will is an openly gay journalist who is a multi-award winner. Nonetheless, Will has been secretive about his personal life, hence, he has not disclosed his relationship status to the public eye. As a result, it’s difficult to contemplate if he is single, married, engaged, or divorced.
Will DuPree Salary
He receives an ample salary of $108,500 annually. This is in accordance with KXAN anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Will DuPree Net Worth
Will Dupree has amassed a hefty fortune over the years he has served and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Will DuPree Career
As of now, Will serves as a reporter and digital anchor at KXAN News. He helped in the starting of the first anchored live-streaming operation for top stories and breaking news in Austin. It is broadcasted daily on KXAN.com, the KXAN News app, and the KXAN News Facebook page.
prior to joining KXAN News, he was working for KJRH as a weekend morning anchor. While serving there, Will’s coverage garnered him numerous awards such as a Heartland Emmy Award for the coverage of the destructive tornado in Tulsa in the year 2018. Furthermore, Will was also voted by the community as the favorite TV reporter in Tulsa during the Tulsa Press Club’s Newsies Awards. Also, he received Best Solo Journalist from the Arkansas-Oklahoma Associated Press Broadcasters Association for the coverage of a pair of inventive teachers that he shot, edited, and wrote on his own.
Furthermore, Will also served as a video journalist and fill-in anchor for KAIT based in Jonesboro, Arkansas. In addition, he has also worked as a reporter and producer for a cable news station located in Lawrence, Kansas. When he is not working, Will enjoys exploring his new city, trying out new restaurants, and spending his free time checking out the latest movies.