Kyle Grainger Bio,Height, Family, Husband, , Salary,WVLT

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Kyle Grainger Biography

Kyle Grainger is an American meteorologist who has worked at WVLT as a meteorologist and Sevier County Bureau Chief since February 2012. He previously worked as a reporter at WMBF for three years.

Kyle Grainger Age

Grainger has not revealed the year he was born. However, he could be in his 40s. Grainger commemorates his birthday every November 3rd, as demonstrated by his Twitter bio, which reads “Born November 3.”

Kyle Grainger Height

Grainger stands around 5 feet and 7 inches tall.

Kyle Grainger Education

Grainger enrolled in Newberry College in 1998 after finishing high school. In 2002, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications. From 2006 to 2008, he attended Coastal Carolina University.

Kyle Grainger Family

Grainger grew up in a little town near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, but has managed to keep his personal life out of the spotlight, thus he hasn’t revealed anything about his parents. It is also unclear if Grainger has any siblings.

Kyle Grainger  Husband

Grainger is gay, as indicated by an Instagram post on June 4, 2023, in which he uploaded himself with the words “Happy Pride Month! #instagay #PrideMonth.” Grainger lives in Sevierville.

Kyle Grainger Salary

Grainger’s annual compensation ranges from $40,000 to $110,500.

Kyle Grainger’s Net Salary

Grainger’s net worth is between $1 million and $5 million, obtained through his work as a meteorologist.

Kyle Grainger Career

Grainger works for WVLT as a meteorologist and the Sevier County Bureau chief. His radio career began in 2000 when he was still attending college in Columbia, South Carolina. After graduating from college, he moved to Myrtle Beach and worked for WPDE. A few years later, he joined a future Myrtle Beach television station and helped develop its first full HD station, WMBF News, which debuted in August 2008.

He has garnered numerous prizes for his broadcasting efforts, including several Associated Press prizes. In 2016, he aired during the Sevier County wildfires, earning an Emmy and the renowned Murrow award.

He is an active member of the community, volunteering on Mondays for the Sevier County Food Ministries Steering Committee and serving on the board of directors of the Pigeon Forge Hospitality & Tourism Association, where he co-chairs the communication committee.

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