Nicole Tam Bio, Height, Family, Husband, Salary, KCCI News 8

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Nicole Tam Biography

Nicole Tam, an anchor and reporter for KCCI News 8, is an American journalist of Kong Kongese origin. Previously, she worked in Honolulu, presenting news about education, medicine/healthcare, and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Nicole Tam Age

Tam was born on September 12, 1997. She is 27 years old in 2024. Tam celebrates her birthday on September 12th. On September 12, 2020, she shared a photo of herself on Instagram with the caption “Uh oh, I found a gray hair.”

Nicole Tam Height

Tam stands around 5 feet and 6 inches tall.

Nicole Tam Education

Tam enrolled at the University of Hawaii at Manoa after completing her high school education. She later earned dual degrees in Journalism and Chinese.

Nicole Tam Family

Tam has managed to keep her personal life out of the spotlight, thus she has not revealed any details about her parents. It is also unclear whether Tam has any siblings.

Nicole Tam Husband

Tam’s relationship with Taylor began in April 2016. On April 4, 2021, she posted a photo of them on her Instagram account with the comment “5 years later, Happy Anniversary 🎈 #matchmadeinmanoa.” She owns a dog named Bean. On December 15, 2023, she wished Bean a happy one birthday on her Instagram account. In her spare time, she enjoys going to new restaurants with friends and family.

Nicole Tam Salary

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

Nicole Tam’s Net Worth

Tam has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million, which she has earned as a writer.

Nicole Tam Career

Tam is an anchor and reporter at KCCI News 8. Previously, she worked in Honolulu, presenting news about education, medicine/healthcare, and the COVID-19 pandemic. She is originally from Hong Kong and speaks Cantonese and Mandarin fluently.

Tam was able to uncover the “maternity tourism” industry concealed in paradise thanks to her language skills. Women from other nations, such as China, would travel to the United States about two months before giving birth so that their children might become citizens when they were born. Her story earned her a Hawaii Society of Professional Journalists prize.

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