Mike Caplan Biography and Wiki
An American native, Mike Caplan is a journalist known for working as a morning meteorologist for FOX 32 News. He is married to former model Laura with whom he has a son. He is also a graduate of Illinois State University.
Caplan joined FOX 32 as the station’s morning meteorologist for Good Day Chicago in December 2015. After college, he worked at WCIA in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois.
He started out as a news reporter before moving up to weekend and noon weather anchor. Caplan also co-hosted the station’s PM Magazine show and was one of the first reporters granted a one-on-one interview with President Ronald Reagan at the White House.
Mike Caplan Age
Mike is 60 years old as of 2022.
Mike Caplan Height
Mike is 6 feet 1 inch tall.
Mike Caplan Family
Caplan was born and brought up by his loving parents in the northern suburbs, of Chicago.
Mike Caplan Education
Mike is a proud graduate of Warren Township High School and Illinois State University. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications and an Associate’s Degree.
Mike Caplan Wife and Married
Mike is married to his loving wife Laura who is a former model. Together, they share a son whom they welcomed in the late 1990s. The couple runs a photography and web design firm in the northern suburbs.
Mike Caplan First Wife
Before meeting Laura, Caplan was married to his first wife, Samantha.
Mike Caplan Salary
Caplan’s career as a news journalist earns her a salary of $85,000-$95,000 on an annual basis.
Mike Caplan Net Worth
Mike sits at a net worth of $200,000-$500,000 as of 2022.
Mike Caplan WTVD
Caplan was appointed as chief weather anchor by WTVD in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, in 1987. In addition to his weather duties, he was selected two years later to co-anchor the station’s early evening program. He covered everything from tornadoes to hurricanes to snowstorms when he was there.
Mike Caplan WLS-TV
Caplan returned to Chicago in 1994 to work for WLS-TV. He graduated from Mississippi State University with a degree in meteorology and was recruited as the weekday meteorologist at 4 p.m.
He is an experienced and published photographer when he isn’t forecasting the weather for FOX and his social media viewers. In the northern suburbs, he and his wife run a photography and web design firm.