Brian Heap Biography
This is what you need to know about Brian Heap, an American News anchor working for KCRA 3 News station since September 2014. He is the weekend evenings co-anchor alongside Kathy Park. He also reports three nights a week.
Brian Heap Age|Birthday
Heap was born in San Diego, California, United States of America. However, little is known about his age and birthday.
Brian Heap Height and Weight
Heap stands at an average height according to his photos however the exact details about his height and other body measurements are not known.
Brian Heap Parents|Family
Heap is also a husband to his wife and a father of two children, daughters. When not working, Heap loves to spend time with his family. Brian was born and raised by his parents in San Diego, California, however, he has not shared more about his parents and siblings.
Brian Heap Wife
Heap is a married man to his wife whose identity is not known. .However the couple is blessed with two children, daughters.
Heap is a football fanatic and a loyal fan of his beloved hometown Chargers where he won’t miss a game. When offscreen, he enjoys playing golf and dreams of someday breaking 85.
Brian Heap Salary
Heap receives an annual salary that ranges between $33,953 -$55,835. This is as per KCRA anchors’ salary.
Brian Heap Net Worth
Heap has an approximate net worth that ranges between $100k – $1 million. Credits to his career as an anchor which is her primary source of income.
Brian Heap Education
Heap went to San Diego State University where he studied Communication.
Brian Heap KPRC 2 News
Brian is a News anchor for the KCRA 3 newsgroup since September of 2014. He is the weekend evenings co-anchor alongside Kathy Park. He also reports three nights a week. The San Diego native is excited to be back in California in the wake of going through the previous 13 years working for TV channels in different states.
Brian’s reports have also been featured on national news for covering of devastating tornadoes, high profile murder trials, and the homecoming of American POWs.
The Associated Press Broadcasters Award Winner has some incredible moments to celebrate having been into the forests of Bend, Oregon to the great plains of Wichita, Kansas. Brian spent five years as an anchor and investigative reporter at KWCH-TV. He was awarded the Associated Press Broadcasters awards for his investigative and spot news reporting.