Gulstan Dart Biography
Here is all you need to know about Gulstan Dart, a well known American Award-winning journalist working for KCRA 3 News station. Prior to joining KCRA 3, Dart worked for KIRO-TV in Seattle, where he anchored the morning and noon newscasts since 2003. Gulstan also anchored the 5 p.m. award-winning and top-rated newscast at WSB-TV in Atlanta
Gulstan Dart Age|Birthday
Dart was born as Gulstan Dart Kouleinani in Rocklin, California, the United States of America on March 31, 1964. He is 56 years old as of 2020.
Gulstan Dart Height and Weight
Dart’s height is not known. Although he stands at a moderate height according to his pictures, he has not shared details about his body measurements.
Gulstan Dart Parents|Family
Gulstan is a husband to Paula Doclar Dart and a father of three. However, Dart has not spoken about his parents and siblings. Being the first person in his family to graduate from college, Gulstan encourages family members and students generally about his career path and gives them encouragement to succeed in school and life.
Gulstan Dart Wife
Gulstan is married to his wife Paula Doclar Dart. The couple is blessed with three children. In 2020 the couple is celebrating its 28th anniversary being together.
Gulstan Dart Salary
Gulstan receives an annual salary of $33,953 and $55,835. per year. This is as per KCRA’s anchors’ salary.
Gulstan Dart Net Worth
Gulstan has an approximate net worth that ranges between $100k – $1 million. Credits to his career as a journalist which is his primary source of income.
Gulstan Dart Education
The award-winning journalist Dart attended and graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Gulstan Dart KCRA News
Dart is currently working at KCRA 3 Station in Seattle as a news anchor. Before he joined the station he worked for KIRO-TV in Seattle, where he anchored the morning and noon newscasts since 2003. Gulstan also anchored the 5 p.m. award-winning and top-rated newscast at WSB-TV in Atlanta.
Due to his great work in investigative reporting and writing, Dart has won Regional Emmy Awards and other AP awards for reporting and spot news coverage.
Gulstan also worked as a reporter where he reported from the scene of major stories at MSNBC as a news show host and News anchor. Gulstan’s work crossed over to the NBC Network, from his then position as a newsreader to NBC’S Weekend today show and contributed to NBC Weekend Nightly News.
Gulstanalso supports various charity organizations like the March of Dimes, which is near and dear to his heart as he and his wife lost a child in 1998 to a birth defect. He also supports other charitable organizations like Children’s Hospital, Rotary Club, Lupus Foundation, Alzheimer’s Association, and Highline Community College.