Lynette Romero Biography and Wiki
Lynette Romero (b. Feb 2, 1967) is an American journalist who currently works as a news anchor for KTLA 5 News in the Los Angeles area. She joined the station more than two decades from KUSA News in Denver. She also worked for KVUE News in Austin, Texas. Romero attended the University of Colorado where she graduated with a degree in journalism.
Lynette Romero Age and Birthday
Lynette is around 54 years old as of now. She was born on February 2, 1967, in Denver, Colorado, United States of America.
Lynette Romero Height
The anchor is of average stature, She stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches tall.
Lynette Romero Family
Her family lives in Denver, Colorado where she was born and raised up. Lynette’s parents are Viola Lydia Romero and Andy Andelecio. More details on her siblings to be updated soon.
Lynette Romero Husband | Married
She is married to her husband David Angulo. The two met in 1994, dated for 9 years before tying the knot on July 11, 2003. They are parents to one adorable daughter by the name of Olia (born on August 2, 2005).
Lynette Romero Salary
Working as a news anchor and reporter for KTLA 5 News in Los Angeles, Lynette receives a salary ranging from $40,000 to $72,142 annually.
Lynette Romero Net Worth
Her net worth is around $1 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from her career as a successful journalist.
Lynette Romero Weight Loss
In June 2020, her body weight loss was highly talked about. She lost almost 40 pounds in a span of 6 months. She also gives her viewers tips on her diet that has helped her lose weight and remain in great shape.
Lynette Romero Restaurant
On July 22, 2018, her family opened a restaurant in Huntington Beach where most of her collegues took a day off work to keep up with her for the day. The launch was aired live on KTLA 5 News.
Lynette Romero KTLA 5
Lynette is an American journalist who currently works as a news anchor for KTLA 5 News in the Los Angeles area. She joined the station ten years ago from KUSA News in Denver. She also worked for KVUE News in Austin, Texas. She attended the University of Colorado where she graduated with a degree in journalism.
Between August 2000 and October 2004, she was a co-anchor for KTLA Prime News and helped the segment win the second Golden Mike award. She is also an Emmy award winner and producer of the five-part series, From Farm to Fork.