Who is Terrell Brown?
Terrell Brown is an American of African descent who is working for WLS-TV as an anchor. Further, he anchors ABC 7 Eyewitness morning newscasts from 4:30 to 7:00 a.m. and the 11 a.m. weekday newscasts. He joined ABC 7 in April 2014. Upon joining the station in 2014, he initially served as a general assignment reporter and a contributing anchor.
Terrell Brown Date of Birth / Age
Brown was born on the 8th of May 1987. He is 35 years old as of 2022.
Terrell Brown Height
Brown stands at a height of approximately 5 feet and 7 inches tall.
Terrell Brown Parents and Siblings
Brown was born and raised in Chesterfield, Virginia. He manages to keep information regarding his parents, siblings, and extended members of his family away from the limelight. Even so, he seems to have a close relationship with his mother as he regularly posts her on his Instagram account. We will however update this information once it’s available to the public.
Terrell Brown Spouse(Wife)
Brown has for a long time been keeping details regarding whether or not he is dating private. It is therefore not known whether Brown is married or not but the information will be updated once available.
Terrell Brown Kids / Children
Details regarding whether or not Brown has any children are not available to the public at the moment. However, we will update this information once more details concerning this are available.
Terrell Brown Education
After completing his high school studies at Matoaca High School, Brown joined and graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond.
Terrell Brown Career
Brown works for WLS as an anchor. Further, he anchors ABC 7 Eyewitness morning newscasts from 4:30 to 7:00 a.m. and the 11 a.m. weekday newscasts. He joined ABC 7 in April 2014. Upon joining the station in 2014, he initially served as a general assignment reporter and a contributing anchor.
In his quarter century at WLS, he anchored a broad broadcast of the 2016 Chicago Cubs World Series Championship victory. Also, he has anchored on natural calamities and told the stories of people in Coal City and Fairdale, Illinois, after tornadoes devastated their hometowns.
His ability to make the audience feel at home has shaped him into a natural to be mined for numerous of the station’s programming endeavors. Regularly, he serves as a fill-in co-host on the daytime talk program Windy City LIVE.
Moreover, he hosted the station’s Pride Parade broadcast, the Columbus Day Parade, and the 60-minute, nationally contributed special, The Magnificent Mile Lights Festival. To boot, he was the host of the City of Chicago (DCASE), the 2019 Chicago Gospel Music Festival, and the 2018 Chicago SummerDance Celebration. And, “the Boys and Girls Clubs of America Midwest Youth of the Year” Celebration, which was sponsored by Disney.
Furthermore, he has been featured regularly as a reporter on the Bud Billiken Parade, the biggest African-American parade, and the second largest parade in the United States. To boot, he is an annual featured host in Chicago’s highest-rated local show, ABC 7’s New Year’s Eve special, Countdown Chicago.
Additionally, he served as a producer on various live series for the morning newscast, counting“Chicago Uncovered” within which its audience is provided an all-access pass to Chicago buildings and landmarks that are not available to the public.
Before ABC 7, he served at CBS News as an anchor and a correspondent where he anchored Up to the Minute and CBS Morning News. To boot, he served the weekend editions of CBS Evening News as a fill-in anchor. While serving as a correspondent, he broadcasted some of the state’s largest stories counting the Boston Marathon bombing and the BP Gulf oil spill.
Further, he has broadcasted from the White House lawn and U.S. Capitol throughout healthcare refinement and impending government shutdowns. Else, he was at CBS News from 2009 to 2014. From 2005 to 2009, he served in Richmond, Virginia at the NBC station, WWBT-TV as an anchor and a reporter.
Apart from gaining a national Emmy for his work on 48 HOURS expounding on the search for the Boston Marathon bombers, he was acclaimed for his achievements in broadcast journalism with a National Press Club Award.
Further, he was dubbed one of Virginia Commonwealth University’s Top 10 graduates of the Last Decade. Also, he received the Chicago Defender’s Men of Excellence Award. To boot, he is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
Moreover, he has worked as MC for Chicago Police and Firefighter graduation ceremonies. Brown has worked with multiple local organizations to supply aid and relief to at-risk youth on Chicago’s South Side. In addition, he served as a volunteer on the U.S. Navy Blue Angels at the Air & Water Show just months after joining WLS. Additionally, he persisted in the challenge with affluence but joked, “Riding in a jet travelling at 700 mph was quite a thrill…..a thrill I won’t be undertaking any time soon.”
Terrell Brown ABC 7 Chicago
Brown works with ABC 7 Chicago where he serves alongside his fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists such as;
- Tre Ward
- Liz Nagy
- Will Jones
- Diane Pathieu
- Eric Horng
- John Garcia
- Michelle Gallardo
- Jessica D’Onofrio
- Sarah Schulte
- Leah Hope
- John Idler
- Craig Wall
- Jason Knowles
How Much Does Terrell Brown Earn?
Brown approximately earns an annual salary that ranges from $100,000-$500,000.
How Much is Terrell Brown Worth?
As an anchor, Brown has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges from $1 million to $5 million.