Michael Brownlee Biography
Michael Brownlee serves as a co-anchor at NBC News in Los Angeles. He began working here in 2011 and he co-anchors the station’s 11:00 and 4:00 a.m newscasts. Brownlee worked as a general assignment reporter and weekend anchor at My13News prior.
Michael Brownlee Age
Brownlee grew up in San Diego, California, in the United States. Although, he hasn’t disclosed details regarding his exact age, date, day, and year of birth.
Michael Brownlee Height
Brownlee stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75 m tall.
Michael Brownlee Education
Brownlee received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism from San Diego State University.
Michael Brownlee Family
Brownlee has kept details about his parents and siblings a mystery.
Michael Brownlee Wife
Brownlee is a married anchor and together they have two kids and they stay in Los Angeles. He has not revealed exact details about his family.
Michael Brownlee Salary
Brownlee annually receives a salary of $10,950, according to NBC4 anchor’s/ reporter’s salaries.
Michael Brownlee Net Worth
Brownlee has an approximated net worth of $1 million.
Michael Brownlee Career
Brownlee works as a co-anchor of the 11 and 4 a.m newscasts at NBC4, he started working here in 2011 as of now. Brownlee works on NBC4’s Black History Month Special, which is a-30 minute program to stories of excellence. And motivation in the Black community as a host also.
In 1995, he began his career in radio promotions. And Brownlee moved to television, where he worked as a general assignment reporter at the NBC Affiliate Yuma, Arizona. He worked at Real TV, a syndicated video magazine show as a reporter later.
Brownlee also worked as a general assignment reporter and the weekend anchor at My13News. He worked as a fill-in anchor and general assignment reporter at KCOP/KTTV duopoly in Los Angeles previously. Brownlee worked for three years as a general assignment reporter at CBS2 in Los Angeles additionally.
He was recognized with a Golden Mike Award and was also among. The team was honored with a Los Angeles-area Emmy for the Best Daytime Newscasts for his Best Sports Reporting.