Harold Greene Biography

Harold Greene is an American personality better known as a journalist and reads news at KCAL 9 News and CBS 2 News in Los Angeles. He has a long career working in media starting from 1970 making a long career of 52 years. In 2008, it was announced that the channel KCBS/KCAL dropped several members of the company and other staffers because of the budget cuts.

Greene was one of those who chose to retire from the job during that time. But after the announcement, he has not made any comment on the news, making people think that he is still working for the channel. If that is true, he probably has at least a 52-year-long career beginning his first job in the media.

Harold Greene Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Wife, Net Worth, Wikipedia

Harold Greene was born on 1st December 1943, making him 80 years old as of 2024. He has not given the details regarding his life insights, his educational story, how he followed his passion, and how he landed a job in the media.


In 1970, Greene entered the professional scene, landing a producer and reporter role at KABC-TV in Los Angeles. Three years later, he shifted gears to KCCST-TV (now KNSD), an ABC affiliate in San Diego. After a brief year there, Greene hopped over to rival station KGTV, then an NBC affiliate.

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Fast forward to 1977, Greene ventured to San Francisco’s CBS affiliate, KPIX-TV, for a short stint. Following that, he returned to Los Angeles, rejoining KABC-TV as the co-anchor for the 5:00 pm newscast, Eyewitness News, alongside the legendary Jerry Dunphy. After two fruitful years, he faced dismissal.

Later he went back to San Diego, reclaiming his old evening anchoring role. During this period, KABC rehired him as a reporter and weekend anchor alongside Joanne Ishimine. This marked his third stint with KABC, propelling his career to new heights. His roles expanded to hosting celebrities, conducting interviews, and contributing to locally produced programs like Hollywood Close-Up and A.M. Los Angeles.


Later in 2000, Greene switched his job from the channel KABC and signed his tenure with another station KCBS in January 2001. During his time at the KCBS channel, he reunited with his former colleagues like Ann Martin, who worked with him for the Eyewitness News, and Jim Hill, who was the veteran sportscaster including two other old colleagues who all worked with him at KABC namely Diaz, and weatherman Johnny Mountain. It is said that Greene has retired from his position on the channel [KCBS] but Greene himself has not made any comment on the story.

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Harold Greene Biography

Real Name Harold Greene
Birth Date December 1, 1943
Age (as of 2024) 80 Years
Birth Place Los Angeles, California, United States
Profession Journalist
College Kearny High School
Qualification Graduate

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 0” – in Centimeters – 182 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 92 kg  –  in Pounds –  202 lbs
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Green
Harold Greene Journalist



Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Who is his wife? Charlene ‘Chuckie’ Greene
Children Two

Personal Life

Harold Greene is a happily living personality having a small extended family, including a wife and two children. His wife’s name is Charlene ‘Chuckie’ Greene and the couple is residing in a four-bedroom, 3,912-square-foot house in Los Angeles, where the value of the house in today’s time is more than $2 million.

Greene has not given the details regarding his wife’s profession and his children’s life. He seems to be very private, secretive, and conservative. However, he is an avid lover of golf, emcee, and surfer and is most recently serving to be a Trustee on the Board of Directors of Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa Barbara counties.

Harold Greene Net Worth

Harold Greene has maintained a long career of 4 decades in media outlets working in different positions. Although he has not given insights into his net worth, we assume that his net worth is as high as $5 million and as low as $1 million. During his long career in media, he has gathered lots of accolades, honors, and rewards including the Golden Mike Awards, the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism Award, twelve L.A. Press Club Awards, nine nominations for an Emmy Award, and two wins, and three Edward R. Murrow Awards.

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