Bill Barajas Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth KPRC

Bill Barajas Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth KPRC

Bill Barajas Biography

Bill Barajas as of now serves at KPRC in Houston, Texas as a News reporter. He began working here in October 2019. Barajas covered various stories and events like the aftermath of Harvey.

The San Antonio Spurs championship run, the Pope’s visit to Juarez. And President George H. W. Bush’s funeral. He received a degree in Broadcast Journalism in Communication from the University of Houston in 2010.

Bill Barajas Age

Barajas was born in Houston, the United States. However, he has not shared deatails on her exact age, day, date, and year of birth to the public. Barajas is around 35 years old as of 2021.

Bill Barajas Height

Barajas stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in/1.7 m tall.

Bill Barajas Education

He received a degree in Broadcast Journalism in Communication from the University of Houston in 2010.

Bill Barajas Family

Barajas’s father is called Mike Barajas he used to work at Fox26 as an anchor.  He also has a brother, and Erik Barajas, his cousin works at KTRK as an anchor.

Bill Barajas Wife

Barajas hasnt shared out details on his lovelife to the public.

Bill Barajas Salary

Barajas annually earns a salary of $66,341, according to KPRC anchor’s/reporter’s salaries.

Bill Barajas Net Worth

Barajas has an approximated net worth of $1 million.

Bill Barajas Career

Barajas as of now serves at KPRC in Houston, Texas as a News reporter. He began working here in October 2019. Barajas covered various stories and events like the aftermath of Harvey.

The San Antonio Spurs championship run, the Pope’s visit to Juarez. And President George H. W. Bush’s funeral. He received a degree in Broadcast Journalism in Communication from the University of Houston in 2010.

Barajas started his career at KRGV-TV as a reporter in the Rio Grande Valley. He worked here for three years. Barajas commenced his work here in July 2010. He covered various stories and events like the aftermath of Harvey.

The San Antonio Spurs championship run, the Pope’s visit to Juarez. And President George H. W. Bush’s funeral.

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