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Rick Chambers Biography | Wikipedia

Rick Chambers is a well-known American journalist and news anchor. Currently, he is serving as a co-anchor of the KTLA Weekend News and Sunday Edition. He joined the network in May 2011.

He is also a front-line, Emmy Award-winning reporter covering southern California’s biggest stories for more than 20 years. His first assignment in Los Angeles was the riots of 1992.

Since then, he has given viewers first-hand live reports from the Northridge earthquake, the O.J. Simpson trial, the Malibu and Lagun fires, and the funeral of Ronald Reagan. He has anchored political conventions and interviewed presidential hopefuls.

He has rubbed shoulders with celebrities on the red carpet and talked one on one with the newsmakers of the day. He is as genuine and comfortable with the blue-collar laborer as he is with the mayor or the governor.

He anchored at WSVN-TV in Miami and covered everything from hurricanes to the rise of the South Florida drug trade before coming to Los Angeles. He also made stops in Louisville, Ky., and Harrisburg, Ill in his earlier career.

Rick Chambers Age | Birthday

How old is Rick Chambers? Rick was born to his parents on February 9, 1954, in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States of America. He celebrates his birthday on February 9th of every year. He is 68 years old as of 2022.

Rick Chambers Nationality | Ethnicity

Rick holds American nationality and citizenship. He is of white ethnicity and heritage. He was born in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States of America.

Rick Chambers Marriage | Husband

Is Rick Chambers married? Yes, Rick is happily married to the love of his life and his long-time sweetheart, Susie Chambers. The couple is proud to have three adorable children. More information concerning his wife and children is currently under review. You will be updated soon.

Rick Chambers Education

Rick was at Southern Illinois University where he earned his degree in broadcast journalism.

Rick Chambers Body Measurements | Height | Weight

How tall is Rick Chamber? Rick is a man of average stature. He stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches approximately 1.7 meters. Drawing from his pictures, he also manages to maintain average body weight.

More information concerning his other body measurements is currently under review. We will keep you posted once the information is clear.

Rick Chambers Family | Parents

Rick was born to his late father Stanley Holroyd Chambers, and his late mother Beverly Chamber, on February 9th, 1954. His father was born on August 11, 1923, and died on February 13, 2015.

His father used to be an American tv reporter. He served for KTLA in Los Angeles from 1947 to 2010. He started his career after KTLA was launched as the first commercially licensed TV station in the western United States of America.

In addition, his father earned numerous Emmy Awards such as the Golden Mike Awards, an Los Angeles Press Club Award, and Los Angeles City and County Proclamations.

Rick Chambers Net Worth

Rick is a hardworking journalist who has managed to accumulate a decent amount of wealth throughout his career. He has an estimated net worth of around $1 million.

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Rick Chambers Salary

Rick is serving as a co-anchor at KTLA. He manages to take home a decent amount of money every month. He earns an estimated salary of $77,345 every year.

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Rick Chambers KTLA

Where is Rick Chamber now? Rick is serving as a co-anchor of the KTLA Weekend News and Sunday Edition. He joined the network in May 2011.

He is also a front-line, Emmy Award-winning reporter covering southern California’s biggest stories for more than 20 years. His first assignment in Los Angeles was the riots of 1992.

Since then, he has given viewers first-hand live reports from the Northridge earthquake, the O.J. Simpson trial, the Malibu and Lagun fires, and the funeral of Ronald Reagan. He has anchored political conventions and interviewed presidential hopefuls.

He has rubbed shoulders with celebrities on the red carpet and talked one on one with the newsmakers of the day. He is as genuine and comfortable with the blue-collar laborer as he is with the mayor or the governor.

He anchored at WSVN-TV in Miami and covered everything from hurricanes to the rise of the South Florida drug trade before coming to Los Angeles. He also made stops in Louisville, Ky., and Harrisburg, Ill in his earlier career.