Allen Devlin Biography and Wiki
Allen Devlin is an American news reporter working CBS46 News Team as a news anchor. He joined the CBS46 team in July 2021 as a Breaking News Anchor and General Assignment Reporter.
Allen Devlin Age and Birthday
Allen was born in the USA but he has not yet revealed his real age to the public, therefore, his exact date of birth and zodiac sign are currently not clear.
Allen Devlin Height and Weight
He stands at an average height of 5 feet 9 inches with an approximate weight of 57 kg (125 Pounds).
Allen Davin Education
Allen earned his bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of South Carolina, graduating.
Allen Devlin Family and Parents
Devlin grew up in the United States of America, He has not revealed any information on her family or his parents. It’s therefore not clear if he has any siblings. Further details regarding his family background will be updated soon when disclosed.
Allen Devlin’s Wife | Is He Married?
Allen is currently single at the moment, we do not know for sure if he is married or in any relationship at the moment. This information will soon be updated.
Allen Devlin’s Salary and Net Worth
Devlin probably receives around $88,000 as a news reporter, He also has a net worth of $500,000 as of 2023 from his successful career. The average salary of a news journalist in the United States ranges from around $36,000-$90,000.
Allen Devlin CBS46 News
He joined CBS46 News in July 2021 as a Breaking News Anchor and General Assignment Reporter. He served as a General Assignment Correspondent for WYFF News 4, an NBC affiliate in Greenville, South Carolina, for two years before joining WGCL.
During his time with WYFF, he covered a variety of stories, including the fight to reduce violent crime rates in Anderson County, the death of James “Radio” Kennedy, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on African Americans in South Carolina
After graduating in May 2019, he got the DuPont/Judy F. Crichton Prize for Video Journalism from Columbia University for his story about the city’s public transportation’s lack of accessibility.