Steve Pool Biography
Steve Pool is an American eight-time Emmy award-winning retired chief weather anchor who previously worked at KOMO. He joined KOMO-TV in Seattle in 1977, on the sports department and later became the principal weather anchor for that station from 1984 to 2019. In addition, he also interned at KOMO-TV.
Steve Pool Education
Pool attended the University of Washington where he graduated proudly in 1978. While he still studied at the university, he also interned at KOMO-TV.
Steve Pool Career
Pool began serving as the host of Front Runners on KOMO-TV which aired on Saturdays in the 1980s. While serving in broadcasting has earned eight Emmy Awards and made more than 70 appearances on Good Morning America. In addition, he has published a book about weather and its forecasting called Somewhere, I Was Right.
Furthermore, he was inducted into the University of Washington Department of Communications Hall of Fame in 2004.
Steve Pool Age
Pool is 68 years old as of 2021. He was born on November 5, 1953, in the United States. He celebrates his birthday on the 5th of November every year.
Steve Pool Height
Pool stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches tall.
Quick Facts About Steve Pool
|Full Name||Steve Pool|
|Age||68 years old as of 2021|
|Net Worth||$17 Million|
Steve Pool Family
Pool’s father is known as John Pool who served in the first world war while his mother is Barbara Thomas. He has a sibling called Yvonne Pool.
Steve Pool Wife/Kids
Pool is married to Michelle Pool and have been together for 24 years. Together the couple has been blessed with two daughters who they named Lindsey and Marissa.
Steve Pool Salary
Pool earns a daily salary of $ 1140.
Steve Pool Net Worth
Pool has a net worth of $17 Million which he has earned through his career as a weatherman.
Steve Pool Retirement
Pool has worked in the broadcasting business for over 40 years and he is now set to retire from broadcasting. He announced his retirement from broadcasting in November 2019 this was after he had been successfully treated for prostate cancer.