Kevin Nathan Bio-Wiki

Kevin Nathan is a 12-time Emmy-winning American anchor/reporter working for WVIT (NBC Connecticut), as a weekday morning Anchor at 11 a.m. and evening anchor at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. He has been part of this network since 1996.

Kevin Nathan Age, Birthday

Nathan’s exact age and birthday are not known as he has not gone public about it. However, it is estimated that he might be around his 50’s.

Kevin Nathan’s Parents/Siblings

Nathan is initially from Westhampton, New York on Long Island, and spent part of his boyhood in Bedford, New Hampshire. Unlike other personalities, the renowned journalist hasn’t revealed any details in connection with his private life, including his mother, father, siblings, and boyhood.

Kevin Nathan
Kevin Nathan

Kevin Nathan Education

Regarding his education, Kevin graduated from Phillips Academy High School in Andover, Massachusetts. After that, he joined Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania where he graduated in 1990.

Kevin Nathan’s Wife, Children

Regarding his marital status, Kevin is happily married to Kristine. The duo has been together for over a decade and shares three adult children namely Ryan, Brynn, and Katy.

Kevin Nathan Career and Wikipedia

Nathan works for WVIT (NBC Connecticut), as a weekday morning Anchor. He anchors the 11 a.m. newscast and co-anchors the 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. evening newscasts at NBC Ct. Since arriving at NBC Connecticut in 1996, Kevin has earned 12 New England Emmy awards – most recently in 2023 for his position co-anchoring the 11 a.m. was appointed the best morning newscast in New England. He has also been appointed for 49 New England Emmys – including best news anchor.

Kevin’s love for breaking news, storytelling, and finding local connections to his coverage runs deep. Over the last 30 years, he has reported for NBC Connecticut from all over the country and the globe, sharing some of Connecticut’s saddest and happiest moments; from the Dulos murder investigation to the coronavirus pandemic, from Election Night to Inauguration Day, to field anchoring big weather and society events, to reporting on the congressional baseball shooting in Alexandria, Virginia, to live, local coverage at five Olympics and co-producing a documentary on the Hartford Whalers, Kevin has frequently been the state’s first source of news on history-making events.

Before becoming a news anchor, Kevin worked for 2 decades as NBC Connecticut’s sports director and reported live from seven World Series, five Super Bowls, countless journeys to the Final Four for UConn men’s and women’s basketball, and many bowl games for UConn football. He was appointed the Connecticut Sportscaster of the Year seven times by his peers.

In addition, Kevin served as the sideline reporter for the UConn Football Radio Network, filled in as a sports anchor for WNBC in New York, and hosted “Sports Talk” on WTIC Newstalk 1080. He also anchored sports at television stations in Huntington, West Virginia, West Virginia, Martinsburg, and Utica, New York.

Kevin attended Phillips Academy High School in Andover, Massachusetts. After that, he joined Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania where he graduated in 1990 and was named a Division III All-American safety. As a senior in 1989, he assisted lead the Red Devils to the Division III playoffs for the first time ever. He broke the school history with 10 interceptions as Dickinson went undefeated for the first time in 52 years. Kevin also supervised the Dickinson baseball team for three seasons.

When not working, Kevin looks for ways to give back to the society he cares so much about. He has acted as a board member for a variety of local charities and has volunteered as an emcee and host for hundreds of occasions across the state.

Kevin is a married man and is the proud parents of three adult children. When he is not spending time with his family and close friends, he loves going to church, running, working out, reading good books, the 70s, and 80s tunes, rooting for the Mets, UConn, and Giants, as well as relaxing at the beach.

Kevin Nathan Height

Nathan has an estimated height of 6 feet 2 inches equaling 1.88 meters.

Kevin Nathan Salary

He has an estimated annual salary ranging from $ 103, 745K to $ 200,805K.

Kevin Nathan’s Net Worth

Nathan has an approximate net worth of $ 1 Million- $ 5 Million. Nevertheless, his profession as an anchor is his primary source of income.

Kevin Nathan NBC CT NEWS

Nathan works at NBC CT NEWS with his fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists, such as;

  1. Shannon Miller-Anchor/Reporter
  2. Keisha Grant-News Anchor
  3. Mike Hydeck-News Anchor
  4. Ryan Hanrahan-Chief Meteorologist
  5. Ted Koppy-anchor/reporter
  6. Heidi Voight-morning anchor/reporter
  7. Bob Maxon-Meteorologist
  8. Amber Diaz-Anchor/Reporter
  9. Rachael Jay-Meteorologist
  10. Darren Sweeney-weekend Morning Meteorologist
  11. Taylor Kinzler-Host
  12. Len Besthoff-Chief Investigative Reporter
  13. Gabrielle Lucivero-Sport anchor/MMJ
  14. Matt Finkel-Sports Anchor
  15. Jennifer Joas-News Reporter
  16. Kyle Jones-New Haven Reporter
  17. Matt Austin-a General Assignment Reporter
  18. Jane Caffrey-evening News reporter
  19. Jolie Sherman-Morning Reporter
  20. Jeremy Chen-News Reporter
  21. Dave Peck-News/Sports Reporter
  22. Siobhan McGirl-Reporter

Is Kevin Nathan on Instagram, Twitter, or TikTok?

You can follow him via Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook. Kevin doesn’t appear to have a public TikTok or Snapchat account.

By Eunice