Harold Greene is an American personality better known as a journalist, reading news at KCAL 9 News and CBS 2 News in Los Angeles. He has a long career in the media, dating back to a long career of 52 years from 1970 onwards.
In 2008, it was announced that broadcaster KCBS/KCAL had laid off several members of the company and other employees due to budget cuts. Greene was one of those who decided to retire from work during this time. But after the announcement, he didn’t comment on the news, leading people to believe he’s still working for the channel. If true, he likely has at least a 52-year career ahead of him, starting with his first job in the media.
Harold Greene was born on December 1, 1943, and turned 79 in 2022. He doesn’t have any details on his life insights, educational history, how he followed his passion, and how he got a job in media.
Harald Greene Career
Greene began working as a producer and reporter for KABC-TV in Los Angeles in 1970. In 1973, he changed jobs and began working in the news department of KCCST-TV [now KNSD] which was then the new ABC subsidiary in San Diego. Greene served one year for the company and Channel 39, after which he moved to a rival network, then NBC affiliate KGTV. A year later, it was announced that Jack White was becoming the consultant for the film Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy and it was revealed that the filmmakers had found some old pictures of Green in Jack White’s scrapbook, leading people to to take a look at when Ron Burgundy was born.
Years later, in 1977, Greene left San Diego and had a brief stint with CBS affiliate KPIX-TV in San Francisco. He spent a year in the Bay Area and later returned to Los Angeles and rejoined KABC-TV where he began working as a co-host for the 5:00 pm news show Eyewitness News with the legendary Jerry Dunphy. Harold Greene spent two years with the company, working on KABC-TV and bringing the news to ordinary people every evening. He was later released.
He then returned to San Diego and rejoined his old evening anchorage, but during that time he was rehired by station KABC as a reporter and weekend anchor alongside Joanne Ishimine. In summary, he had his third tenure at KABC and this time his career became more successful than ever. He began hosting celebrities and interviews and working for the network on locally produced programs such as Hollywood Close-Up and AM Los Angeles.
Later in 2000, Greene changed his job from KABC and signed his position with another network, KCBS, in January 2001. During his time at KCBS network, he reunited with his former colleagues such as Ann Martin, who worked with him for Eyewitness News, and Jim Hill, who was a veteran sportscaster, including two other old colleagues who all worked with him at KABC, namely Diaz, and weatherman Johnny Mountain. Greene is said to have withdrawn his position from the canal [KCBS] but Greene himself did not comment on the story.
Harold Greene biography
|Date of birth
|December 1, 1943
|Age (as of 2024)
|Place of birth
|Los Angeles, California, United States
|Kearny High School
|in feet inches – 6′ 0” – in centimeters – 182 cm
|in kilograms – 92kg – in pounds – 202 pounds
Harold Greene family
|Is he gay?
|Who is Harold Greene’s wife?
|Charlene “Chuckie” Greene
Harold Greene is a happy living personality with a small extended family including his wife and children. His wife’s name is Charlene “Chuckie” Greene and the couple is known to reside in a 3,912-square-foot, four-bedroom home in Los Angeles that is now valued at more than $2 million. Greene has not provided details about his wife’s occupation or the lives of his children. He seems very private, secretive, and conservative. What is known, however, is that he is an avid golf enthusiast, emcee, and surfer, and most recently served as a trustee on the board of directors of Catholic Charities for Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa Barbara counties.
Harold Greene net worth
Harold Greene has had a long career spanning 4 decades in various positions within the media companies. Although he hasn’t shared his net worth insights, we assume his net worth is as high as $5 million and as low as $1 million. During his long media career, he has received many awards, honors, and awards, including Golden Mike Awards, the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism Award, twelve LA Press Club Awards, nine Emmy Award nominations, and two wins and three Edward R. Murrow Awards.