Kirk Hawkins Biography and Wiki
Kirk Hawkins is an American journalist, news anchor, and general assignment reporter who currently works at KTLA 5 as a general assignment reporter. Prior to joining KTLA 5, he worked as a weekday anchor for WCCB-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Kirk Hawkins Age
Hawkins has not disclosed his exact age to the public.
Kirk Hawkins Birthday
It is Not Known When Kirk celebrates his birthday.
Kirk Hawkins Height and Weight
Hawkins stands at an average height of 5 feet 9 inches with a moderate weight.
Kirk Hawkins Family
Hawkins was born and brought up in the USA by his loving parents. However, he has not disclosed any further information on his family or his siblings.
Kirk Hawkins Education
Hawkins earned his degrees in communication and political science from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He also minored in history while at the university.
Kirk Hawkins Wife
Hawkins has not disclosed any information on his marital status and relationships. It is not known whether he is married or in a relationship right now. His wife and spouse will soon be updated.
Kirk Hawkins Salary
Hawkins receives an annual salary of $75,000-$90,000 from his career as a news journalist.
Kirk Hawkins Net Worth
Hawkins has an estimated net worth of $100,000-$500,000 as of 2022.
Kirk Hawkins KTLA Wikipedia
Hawkins began working for KTLA 5 News in December 2014 as a general assignment correspondent. He previously worked as a nighttime anchor for WCCB-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina. Hawkins joined WCCB-TV after working as a reporter and fill-in anchor at KCBS-TV/KCAL-TV in Los Angeles.
He assisted in the coverage of the Democratic National Convention by WCCB-TV. He also covered Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx’s nomination hearing for US Transportation Secretary live from Washington, D.C.. He worked as a reporter for “The Insider” as well. Hawkins covered the deaths of Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston, as well as the legal story of Lindsey Lohan, during his tenure in Los Angeles.
Hawkins worked as a fill-in anchor and reporter for WFTV-TV in Florida, where he covered several of the final space shuttle launches live from the Kennedy Space Center. When he worked for KXLY-TV, he flew with the Air Force Thunderbirds and was recognized for his feature reporting.