Biography Scott Pasmore
This is what you need to know about Scott Pasmore, an American news anchor for Arizona Good Morning on KTVK-TV3 in Phoenix, Arizona since September 1989. Before joining KTVK-TV3, Scott worked for KOB-TV in Albuquerque, in New Mexico for one year (1988 – 1989) as a journalist / anchor.
Scott Pasmore Age
Scott Pasmore was born on July 28, 1961, in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. He is 59 years old since 2020.
Scott Pasmore Height
The Pasmore is 6 feet 1 inches high.
Scott Pasmore Wife
Pasmore is married to his wife Lauri Lane. The couple has been married for a long time. Fortunately, they have been blessed with two cute little daughters. While not working, Pasmore loves spending time with his fiancé Lauri and their dog Rhett.
Pasmore and his wife Lauri Lane a long time ago and have not revealed the date and place of their wedding. Also, they have not shared their wedding photos on their social media accounts.
Salary Scott Pasmore
Pasmore receives an average annual salary of $ 151,840. This is according to the annual average salary of an anchor on KTVK-TV3.
Scott Pasmore Net Worth
Pasmore has an estimated net worth of US $ 3.4 million. His career as an anchor is his main source of income.
Scott Pasmore training
Pasmore went to Blue Valley High School. He later joined Kansas State University in 1979. He graduated in 1983 with a Bachelor of Applied Science (BASc.) In Radio and Television.
Scott Pasmore Career
After graduation, Pasmore got a job at KTVO-TV in Kirksville, MO (1983-1985). After that, he also worked at Palm Springs, California, at KMIR 6 News as a news anchor from (1987 – 1988) and also at Albuquerque, NM on KOB-TV (1988 – 1989). Finally, his defining career came when he joined 3TV.
Pasmore joined KTVK-TV 3 in September 1989, first as a reporter for 5 years on the streets, and then moved to the mooring chair a few months after the start of Good Morning Arizona. it has since been the main anchor.
Pasmore has covered important stories such as the OJ Simpson trial and the Oklahoma City bombing. Not only that, it has also reported politics, sporting events, and many stories around Arizona over the past 25 years.
He was awarded the Emmy Award for outstanding coverage of the riots in Los Angeles.