Drew Anderson Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, FOX 29, Salary

Drew Anderson

Drew Anderson Biography

Drew Anderson is a media personality serving as a Meteorologist at FOX 29. He is also a Professor at West Chester University where he teaches Meteorology and Earth Sciences.

Drew Anderson Age

He is around 33 years old as of 2022. However, there is no information on where and when he was born.

Drew Anderson Height

He is 5 feet 9 inches tall.

Drew Anderson Nationality

Anderson is American.

Drew Anderson Education

Drew finished all the classes for his Bachelor of Science in Meteorology and Minors, one in Communications and one in Technology, a semester early. He graduated with Laureate status.

Throughout college, he worked as a mathematics teaching assistant, hosted a classic rock show on the campus radio station, and programmed the school’s movie channel.

In his junior year, he interned at KYW CBS3 in Philadelphia with Kathy Orr and at WGAL NBC8 in Lancaster. He also rotated as an anchor, reporter, video editor, and forecaster for a weather show broadcast on a local community channel in Centre County, the county of Penn State in his senior year. In addition, in his senior year, ESPN’s College GameDay brought him on to do the weather when they were live at Penn State before a big game.

Drew Anderson Family

He hasn’t revealed any information about his parents’ identities and siblings.

Drew Anderson Wife

Despite being a media personality, he has managed to keep his personal life secrete. Therefore, it is not clear whether he is married, dating, or single.

Drew Anderson Kids

There is no information on whether he has kids or not.

Drew Anderson FOX 29

Anderson is a Meteorologist and Professor working for Fox 29. He started working for Fox 29 back in 1977 when Good Day Philadelphia went on the road to help give the weather forecast. He realized his passion at a very young age, in the third grade. They put him on twice: in his hometown of West Chester, PA, and down the shore.

Kathy Orr, a meteorologist at FOX29, helped him to shape his career in 2008. He learned from Kathy as an intern. One year later, he was giving a forecast on ESPN’s College GameDay. Anderson began working at WBRE, the NBC in Wilkes-Barre, PA, and WGAL, the NBC in Lancaster, PA after his college graduation.


After a few years, he left WBRE to join FOX43, in York, PA to do weekday morning weather. While there, he got a chance to be the Jennaphr Frederick of FOX43. He did interactive and fun community reports while channeling Jenn’s amazing talents. Furthermore, he reported on moving trains, planes, boats, and cars. He also reported from a hot air balloon floating across Lancaster County taking FOX43’s new wireless live report technology to new heights.

Anderson moved to WFMZ, in Allentown, PA where he did weekend morning and evening weather. He worked through the rank and was elevated to a morning show science anchor. In addition, his science and weather work earned him a prestigious Certified Broadcast Meteorologist seal from AccuWeather and the American Meteorological Society. He was also nominated for Emmys.

Penn State awarded him with an excellence award in 2017 for his innovation in the classroom, teaching, and technology conferences. He currently teaches at West Chester University earth science and meteorology. Anderson does research in sustainability and science communication while teaching at West Chester University.

During his leisure time, he loves traveling, roller skating, riding a bike, and also climbing a rock wall. He has visited every Canadian province, every continent, and every state. Leading science expeditions in Antarctica is his most unforgettable experience.

Drew Anderson Salary

His annual salary ranges between $ 20,000 and $ 100,000.

Drew Anderson Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 Million and $5 Million.

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