Vern Glenn Biography
Vern Glenn is an accomplished American journalist who presently serves as the sports anchor at KPIX. In June 2012, he started working at KPIX 5/KBCWTV 44 Cable 12 as a weekend sports anchor, weekday sports reporter, and MMJ. Glen was admitted into the SF/NorCal Silver Circle Hall of Fame in October 2020.
Vern Glenn Age|Birthday
His age is not yet known, but research is ongoing, so we’ll update this when we have more information. He is in his mid-50s.
Vern Glenn Education
Eagle Scout Glenn is. He received a broadcast journalism bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia.
Vern Glenn Height|Weight
Glenn is typically 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs about 70 kilograms.
Vern Glenn family
Glenn’s parents gave birth to him in Richmond, Virginia, but he hasn’t spoken anything about his other relatives. As soon as new information becomes available, this page will be updated.
Vern Glenn Wife| Spouse
Glenn and Nicole have a happy marriage. Three sons have been born to the couple. Glenn and his family are residents of Marin, California.
Vern Glenn Kid
Three sons have been a blessing for Glenn and his wife Nicole. Glenn and his family are residents of Marin, California.
Vern Glenn Salary
He is thought to make between $70,000 and $125,000 annually.
Vern Glenn’s Net Worth
Glenn got his estimated $1 million to $5 million net worth via his job as a broadcaster.
Vern Glenn CBS 5
Since 2012, Glenn has won up to three consecutive Emmy Awards for Outstanding Sportscaster. Glenn was admitted into the SF/NorCal Silver Circle Hall of Fame in October 2020.
He formerly worked at KRON 4 News before joining CBS 5. Glenn earned the moniker “Mr. Participation” when working at KRON for practically immersing himself in the heart of his feature articles. His incredible exploits include bungee skydiving, jumping, boxing, riding a bull, playing professional football, and crashing a motocross bike. Reporting from the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, was also part of his personal mission.
“Mr. Participation” has carved out a niche in the market, from a shootout with Chris Mullin to playing for the Cal football team and the 49ers and turning into a human target. Glenn adds a similar kind of enthusiasm to the KPIX newsroom. The Mr. Participation series is the best television program, according to John Marvel of the Contra Costa Times at the time.
Glenn additionally participated in the KNBR Radio Morning show in 1998 and occasionally appears as a guest on 95.7 The Game. Moreover, he worked for Baltimore’s WBAL-TV. From 1987 through 1990, I worked in Maryland as a weekend sports anchor and sports reporter. From 1985 to 1987, he worked as a sports anchor, reporter, and photographer for Richmond, Virginia’s WXEX-TV, which is now WRIC. Glenn, who is an Eagle Scout and a University of Virginia alum, lives in Marin with his wife Nicole and their three sons.