Dylan Dreyer Biography
Dylan Dreyer is an American television meteorologist and correspondent working for NBC News. She rotates with Sheinelle Jones on Weekend Today in the Orange Room and MSNBC on weekends as the weather anchor. She also appears on Today on weekdays as a weather correspondent and as a fill-in for Al Roker and Carson Daly.
Dylan joined NBC News in September 2012 after having worked at WHDH in Boston, Massachusetts since 2007. She hosts Earth Odyssey with Dylan Dreyer, an NBC’s educational nature program broadcast on The More You Know block of programming on NBC.
He regularly appears on Today on weekdays as a weather correspondent and as a fill-in for Al Roker and Carson Daly. She also appears on NBC Nightly News and The Weather Channel. Dreyer previously worked at WHDH in Boston, Massachusetts, WJAR in Providence, Rhode Island, and WICU in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Dylan Dreyer Age
Dreyer is 39 years old as of 2023, She was born on August 2, 1981, in Manalapan, New Jersey in the USA.
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Dylan Dreyer Height
Dreyer stands at an average height of 5 feet 3 inches with a moderate weight of 53 kg (117 lbs).
Dylan Dreyer’s Parents
Dreyer was born and brought up in the USA by her loving parents Jim and Linda Dreyer. She was raised alongside her siblings Mike and James Dreyer. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in meteorology from Rutgers University in 2003.
Dylan Dreyer Husband | Married
Dreyer is married to her loving husband Brian Fichera. On June 10, 2016, Dylan announced on The Today Show, that she is expecting her first child. Her first child, Calvin was born on December 17, 2016. On July 17, 2019, Dylan again announced on The Today Show, that she is expecting her second child due in January 2020. Her second child Oliver was born on January 2, 2020.
Dylan Dreyer Salary
Dreyer receives an annual salary of $2 million from her career as a meteorologist for NBC News.
Dylan Dreyer’s Net Worth
Dreyer is believed to have an estimated net worth of $4 million as of 2023 from her successful career as a meteorologist for NBC News.