Brian Shields is a familiar face in Orlando as he has been covering weather news for several years. He is a prominent member of WFTV 9 ABC, working as a meteorologist. Viewers can catch Brian weekday on Eyewitness News Daybreak and at noon.
|Birth Name||Brian Shields|
|Birthplace||Connecticut, United States|
|Married/ Wife||Name Not Disclosed|
|Net Worth||Under Review|
Brian Shields Net Worth
Brian started his career at the ABC affiliate in Salisbury, Maryland. Later, he moved to ABC affiliate in Charleston, West Virginia. Besides being a certified Broadcast Meteorologist, he also has the National Association Seal of Approval for weather casting. Brian is also a former board member at the Orlando Science Center and continues to partner with them on the occasion of special projects.
Likewise, he now works at WFTV as a Meteorologist updating the viewers on the weather. He has covered many weather news on channel 9. Similarly, the weatherman has also regularly updated people on weathers on his twitter, where he boasts 30k members. Besides, he is also the board member for the Cannonball Kids Cancer. As of 2020, Brian Shields’s net worth is still under review as he has not disclosed much on his earnings.
Brian Shields Wife and Children
Brian has mentioned several times that he is a husband to a beautiful wife. But the name of his wife remains a mystery has he has not shared much on his wife. Likewise, he has also not disclosed when the couple tied the knot or how they met. However, we believe that he and his wife shared a happy and fulfilling marital life.
Besides, the couple also shares three adorable boys. Brian is an amazing and caring father. Anyone who looks up at his twitter can see his adorable boys as he has made the picture of trio his twitter cover picture. He had also shared the whole photo of his family on Facebook on December 19, 2019. There is not much information on his family for now.
Short Wiki like-Bio
Brian was born in Connecticut, somewhere around 1980, which makes his age 40. He has not shared much on his early life and family. Brian shared that Hurricane Gloria in 1985 was the most impactful for him and ignited his passion for weather.
The reporter graduated from Villanova University with Geography before earning another degree in Broadcast Meteorology from Mississippi State University. Likewise, he also holds a certificate in Emergency Management from Florida State University. He holds an American nationality and comes from white ethnicity.