Who is Mike Headrick?
Mike Headrick is an American journalist who is working for KSL-TV as a co-anchor on KSL 5 News. Also, he serves as an investigator and reports on in-depth and investigative stories.
Mike Headrick Date of Birth / Age
Headrick is approximately 40s as of 2022 although his exact age is not known as he has managed to keep his date of birth away from the public. However, we will update the information once available.
Mike Headrick Height
Headrick stands at a height of approximately 5 feet and 7 inches tall.
Mike Headrick Parents and Siblings
Headrick was born and raised in northeastern Ohio. He manages to keep information regarding his parents, siblings, and extended members of his family away from the limelight. We will however update this information once it’s available to the public.
Mike Headrick Spouse(Wife)
Headrick exchanged vows with his wife, Rachel on May 22, 2000. As of 2022, the couple celebrated their 22nd anniversary together. The couple has four kids together. Nonetheless, the information will be updated once available.
Mike Headrick Kids / Children
Headrick has 4 children with his wife. Even so, he manages to keep information regarding them away from the public. However, we will update this information once more details concerning this are available.
Mike Headrick Education
After completing his high school education, Headrick went on to join Brigham Young University. Later, he completed his undergraduate studies and became a graduate with a Bachelor’s degree.
Mike Headrick Career
Headrick works for KSL as a co-anchor on KSL 5 News. Also, he serves as an investigator and reports on in-depth and investigative stories. Through the years, his career has taken him to places such as the buckeye trees of Ohio, the oil fields of west Texas, the mile-high city of Denver, Colorado, and Utah. Further, he has been awarded the Emmy award 55 times for his anchoring and journalism.
Also, he amassed 4 prestigious Edward R. Murrow awards. Moreover, the Society of Professional Journalists and Utah Broadcasters Association acknowledged him for his investigative writing and reporting. Additionally, he interviewed numerous newsmakers and celebrities over the years. For example, “The Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon, and governor/bodybuilder/movie star, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Else, Hall of Fame rock legend, Def Leppard, and Henry Winkler (The Fonz). Apart from TV, he has served as a coach for his kids in basketball, soccer, and football. Further, he’s been supportive on the sidelines of choir, gymnastics, dance, band, and ninja courses. In addition, he loves serving in the church and talking at different charities and business occurring.
When he is not working, Headrick loves playing basketball, hitting the weight room, and cheering on The Ohio State University Buckeyes. Also, he enjoys cheering on BYU Cougars.
Headrick works with KSL where he serves alongside his fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists such as;
- Lori Prichard
- Heather Simonsen
- Carole Mikita
- John Hollenhorst
- Andy Farnsworth
- Andrew Adams
- Dan Spindle
- Jed Boal
- Mike Anderson
- Alex Cabrero
- Adam Eakle
How Much Does Mike Headrick Earn?
Headrick approximately earns an annual salary that ranges from $100,000-$500,000.
How Much is Mike Headrick Worth?
As an anchor, Headrick has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges from $1 million to $5 million.
Mike Headrick Injury/ Absence
Headrick was absent from the newscasts in September 2022. This was a result of a shoulder replacement surgery he underwent. The replacement caused some side effects where he couldn’t speak well and slurred his words as his tongue was paralyzed. Thus, he couldn’t perform his anchoring and reporting duty. Further, he showcased some clips that he had recorded of himself trying to speak. The clips showed that he had some trouble pronouncing some words.
“One of those side effects involves a slight paralysis of my tongue. As a result, some of the words I speak are slurred. It’s kind of interesting, right? We’re still trying to figure things out on this. But bottom line, I’m in good health. I feel great. My shoulder is great. I’m just waiting for my tongue to be 100% great,” “And I feel like we’re almost there.”
Headrick thanked his audience for the support and endorsing message he gave.
“I appreciate all of you,” he said. “Just know although I am not on air, I am still working behind the scenes here, helping KSL-TV put together the best news product for all of Utah.” He voiced
“as soon as I can properly say ‘Dixie National Forest,’ I’ll be back.” He promised