Leslie Sykes Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Son, Salary, KABC – Tv

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Leslie Sykes Biography

This is what you need to know about Leslie Sykes,  an American television news anchor, journalist, and reporter. Sykes is the morning and midday co-anchor of the “Eyewitness News” at KABC-TV, ABC’s owned and operated television station in Los Angeles.

Leslie Sykes Age

Sykes was born on 27 June 1965 in San Diego, California. She is also 55 years old as of 2020.

Leslie Sykes Height

Leslie Sykes Parents – Family

Leslie was born to Abel Baxton Sykes, Jr.and Sylvia Mae Thierry Sykes. She has two older sisters; Dawn Carol Sykes and Daphne Grace Sykes. She grew up in Compton, California, where her father worked as an administrator for Compton Community College.

Leslie Sykes Husband

Is Leslie sykes married? Sykes is happily married to Patrick W. Spann. The couple is blessed with a son.

Leslie Sykes Son

How old is Leslie sykes son? Leslie’s son, has not revealed his age yet, however They reside in the View Park-Windsor Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Leslie Sykes Salary

Sykes receives an annual average salary of  $55378. This is according to KABC – Tv anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Leslie Sykes Education

Sykes attended St. Joseph High School (Lakewood, California) and then went to Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia where she majored and has a degree in English. While there, she made her film debut as “Miss Mission” in Spike Lee’s 1988 film, School Daze.

Leslie Sykes Net Worth

Sykes has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million – $5 Million. Her career as a News anchor is her primary source of income.

Leslie Sykes KABC – TV News

Sykes is an American television news anchor, journalist, and reporter. Sykes is the morning and midday co-anchor of the “Eyewitness News” at KABC-TV, ABC’s owned and operated television station in Los Angeles.

She also completed an internship at KCOP and was a desk assistant at KTTV before landing her first on-air job in Hattiesburg, Mississippi at WDAM. There she reported and anchored three shows a day and produced a newscast. She went on to work at WVUE in New Orleans, Louisiana.