Martin Staunton Bio, Height, Family, Wife, Salary, WVVA

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Martin Staunton Biography

Martin Staunton is an American journalist who works for WVVA as an evening anchor and executive producer. He formerly worked for WSAV as a general assignment reporter.

Martin Staunton Age

Staunton was born in Rockland County, New York, but prefers to keep his personal life secret, therefore he has not yet revealed the year or month he was born. However, he could be in his 50s.

Martin Staunton Height

Staunton stands around 5 feet and 7 inches tall.

Martin Staunton Education

Staunton enrolled in West Virginia State University after finishing his high school degree at Oak Hill High School. He studied there for a year before traveling to New York City to pursue his acting career.

Martin Staunton Family

Staunton grew up in Fayette County, West Virginia, where he completed middle and high school. Even yet, he has managed to keep his personal life out of the spotlight, therefore he has not revealed any information about his parents. It is also unclear whether Staunton has any siblings.

Martin Staunton Wife

Staunton married Melissa Dawn Harman on September 24, 2022, at an outdoor ceremony in Mercer County. He announced their nuptials during a newscast at 6 p.m. They met at a karaoke party in Princeton. Before Melissa, he was married to another woman for 25 years till she died. Staunton has two daughters, two sons, and one grandson. He enjoys golfing, swimming, skiing, and spending time outside. Staunton resides in Princeton, West Virginia.

Martin Staunton Salary

Staunton’s annual pay ranges from $40,000 to $110,500.

Martin Staunton Net Worth

Martin Staunton Staunton’s net worth is reported to be between $1 million and $5 million, obtained through his journalism career.

Martin Staunton Career

Staunton works for WVVA as an evening anchor and executive producer. After graduating from high school, he enlisted in the army before attending college for a year. He subsequently moved to New York City to pursue his acting career. His radio career began in the Mountain State at WWNR-AM in Beckley, West Virginia, as a disc jockey.

Staunton moved into broadcast journalism at WOAY, where he worked as an evening news producer. He then worked as a reporter both off and on camera before relocating to Charleston. In Charleston, he worked for WCHS as a weekend anchor and news manager.

Staunton joined WOWK and worked as a general assignment reporter. In this capacity, he undertook an embedded assignment with the West Virginia Air National Guard in Afghanistan. He moved to southern West Virginia after being offered an evening news anchor position at WVNS. Staunton went on to work as a general assignment reporter for WSAV in Savannah, Georgia.

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