Dallas Raines Wife, Daughter, Cancer, Salary and Net Worth
Date: 14 Jul, 2016
An American award-winning meteorologist Dallas Raines has amazed us with his success. He is a certified Meteorologist by the American Meteorological Society and is a chief meteorologist at KABC-TV in Los Angeles. There is no doubt that Raines receives an incredible salary from his profession. However, his net worth is something very amazing. He has a net worth of $3 million dollars.
Talking about his early life, he was born on October 15, 1953. Raines was born to father Riley Gene Raines and mother Sybil Jeannette Hambrick. Raines studied earth science with an emphasis on meteorology and broadcast journalism from Florida State University. He graduated with Bachelor of Science degree. He also gave classes in the geography department about the weather at California State University.
Prior joining CNN, Raines was a weatherman in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Louisiana. In the year 1984, Raines left CNN to join KABC-TV. He is best known for his moves during his forecast like the swirl, the first pump, the "Dallas dip," and the golf swing.
Despite being one of the popular weathermen, Reines, 62, has kept his personal life very low profile. He is married to Danielle W. Raines and said to have three daughters. However, he has not revealed more information about his family. We would love to know his personal life and about his children, but unfortunately, he has been keeping them in shades. Dallas seems to be sharing a blissful relation with his wife as there are no any rumors about their divorce.
Sixty- two years old Dallas Raines has handsome personality with wonderful height. Do you know he has beat Prostate cancer? Well, he was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2005. Dallas is now very conscious about his health. Even at this age, he looks fit and fine.
Raines has been an inspirational figure, and his biography is something very inspiring. He has received many awards which include Daily News People's Choice Award for Best Weatherperson, the Associated Press Award for Best Weather Segment and "Man of the Year" from the American Cancer Society. More about his profession and achievements can be abstracted from his biography posted by different informational sites.