Huel Perkins Biography
Huel Perkins is one of the 5,6,10 and 11 pm evening familiar faces on your television. Bringing you breaking news from Detroit and across the states, the veteran newscaster has been in the television industry for decades.
He is a well-known News anchor working for FOX 2 Detroit. Perkins is the 5,6,10 and 11 pm anchor at FOX 2. Huel is also the “Let It Rip!” host a radio talk show which airs every Thursday night at 10:30. Prior to joining FOX 2, he was an anchor and reporter at KSDK and WVLA NBC 33 in Baton Rouge.
Huel Perkins Age|Birthday
Huel Perkins was born on November 23, 1954, in the United States. As of 2020, he is 66.
Huel Perkins Height and Weight
Perkins stands at a moderate height although he has not disclosed details about his body measurements. Details about Perkins’ height and weight will be updated soon.
Huel Perkins Parents|Family
Huel is a son to the late Dr. Huel Davis Perkins and Thelma O. Smith. His father Davis Perkins died on April 15, 2013.
Huel Perkins Wife
Huel is a married man to Priscilla Perkins. Priscilla works at the Lighthouse of Oakland County as the chief development officer. The couple is blessed with two children.
Huel Perkins Children
Huel is a father of two children, sons namely Jared and Vincent. Jared who is the firstborn is in his late twenties while Vincent the second and last is 21 years old.
Huel Perkins Salary
Huel receives an annual average salary of $50, 000. This is as per Fox 2 news anchors’ salary.
Huel Perkins Net Worth
Huel’s net worth ranges between $100k – $1 million U.S dollars. Credits to his career as a news anchor which is his primary source of income.
Huel Perkins Fox 2 News
Huel Perkins is a notable News anchor working for FOX 2 Detroit. He is the 5,6,10 and 11 pm news anchor at FOX 2 a. Huel has been with WJBK Fox 2 News Detroit for more than three decades. He joined the station in Dec 1989 to date.
Before joining FOX 2, Perkins worked at KSDK, St. Louis, MO as an Anchor/Reporter for more than three years, from Dec 1986 to Dec 1989.
Perkins also worked as a Reporter/Anchor at WVLA NBC 33, Baton Rouge for more than 3 years, from Sep 1983 to Sep 1986.
The veteran Emmy Award-winning anchor has a lot to celebrate in his career. He is proud of his job after interview these prominent people and also attended and covered nearly every major political convention in the last twenty years.