Ginger Chan Wiki: Age, Married, Husband, Salary, Ethnicity

By Oshil Pokhrel | Published On: 07 Oct, 2018
Ginger Chan Wiki: Age, Married, Husband, Salary, Ethnicity

Quick Information

Date of Birth 21 August
Nationality American
Profession Journalist
Marital Status Married
Husband/Spouse Mark Kono
Gay/Lesbian No
Net Worth Not disclosed
Ethnicity Asian
Children/Kids Ryder Kono (Son), Twins Daughter (Devyn Doris Kono, Alyssa Rose Kono)
Height 5 feet 4 inches
Education University of Southern California

American broadcast journalist Ginger Chan has been bearing the responsibilities of delivering traffic information to improve the drive times of the people of the United States. She is the traffic and news reporter of KTLA and helps the commuters to steer clear of collisions.

Throughout her broadcasting journey, she served as a TV anchor and reporter in Orange County and became part of the team of On-Air with Ryan Seacrest on KIIS-FM. The University of Southern California graduate is a familiar face of KTLA 5 Morning News.

Married To Helicopter Pilot; Three Kids With Husband

KTLA 5 Morning News anchor Ginger Chan is married to Mark Kono. Her husband, Mark also works on KTLA Morning News and is the pilot/reporter in Sky5. The Los Angeles native has over two decades of experience as a helicopter pilot, and his expertise has taken him towards several parts of the country.

Ginger's husband has coveted several Emmy awards for his work on the KTLA Morning News, and his operational background includes aerial photography, lifesaving medical flights and more. The media outlets like the Hod Rod Network and Heliweb Magazine has emphasized his works.

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In July 2018, the KTLA couple rejoiced their anniversary. Fellow KTLA anchor/reporter Lynette Romero tweeted a short clip of their celebration and said that she loves the combo of husband-and-wife power team of KTLA.

Their elder son, Ryder Kono exulted the moment of the birth of his twin siblings in May 2014. Devyn Doris Kono became an elder sister as she was born one minute earlier than Alyssa Rose Kono. Among the couple's healthy twin daughters, Devyn weighed 5 pounds 9 ounces whereas her younger sister, Alyssa, weighed 5 pounds 8 ounces during their birth. 

Ginger Chan and her husband Mark Kono welcomed twins in May 2014 (Photo: Facebook)

When the couple's twins reached at the age of three in May 2017, the proud mother Ginger took her Instagram and wished her adorable daughters 'Happy Birthday.' She shared a throwback picture where the siblings enjoyed the company of their elder brother Ryder.

Ryder, who has his birthday on 6 December, is four years older than his siblings. The family-of-five shares a felicitous bond residing in Los Angeles California. 

How Much Is Ginger Chan's Salary And Net Worth?

Ginger has accumulated her net worth from her broadcasting career. As per, a KTLA news anchor in Los Angeles, California earns an average salary of $63,450, and their annual payment ranges between the amount of $51,754 to $72,922. Ginger, who is serving in KTLA as a news anchor since March 2008, is collecting some sufficient amount of fortunes.

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Before arriving in KTLA, she covered the traffic reports and news at KIIS-FM. She also anchored the weekend news for the talk radio station, KFI-AM and worked as a radio personality for several California stations.

Short Bio

Ginger Chan, who has her birthday on 21 August, was born in Los Angeles, California. Her parents often come to visit her in the studio of KTLA 5 Morning News. Her mother was a math teacher whereas her father was an engineer.

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The KTLA anchor holds mixed (Asian, Chinese, Caucasian) ethnicity and possesses American nationality.

Ginger stands at the height of 5 feet 4 inches and interned at KIIS-FM while on school. As per wiki, she graduated with a degree in broadcast journalism and political science from the University of Southern California.