Adrian Arambulo Bio, Age, Ethnicity, Family, Wife, Kids, NBC 4, Salary

Adrian Arambulo Biography

Adrian Arambulo Biography

Adrian Lainez Arambulo is an American Emmy Award-winning media personality serving as co-anchor of the NBC4 morning newscast “Today in LA,” airing weekdays from 4 to 7 a.m.

Adrian Arambulo Age

He was born on August 1 in 1970 in Chicago, Illinois, United States.

Adrian Arambulo Height

He stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.

Adrian Arambulo Education

Arambulo attended Loyola University Chicago where he graduated with honors. While at the university,  he worked for the school newspaper and radio station.

Adrian Arambulo Parents

Adrian has not revealed the names of his parents but he posts them on his social media. His mother is a nurse. During the nurses national day he posted a photo of his mother captioning it, “My mom in Chicago. One of millions of brave nurses out there fighting the good fight. Thank you to all our nurses for your courage and compassion, your skill and spirit. We owe you a big thank you and so much more!”

He has credited his father for teaching him and his sisters how to be mentally and physically tough, disciplined and how to sacrifice for each other.

 

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Adrian Arambulo Siblings

Arambulo has three sisters Lexine Arambulo, Angie and Celestine Arambulo.

Adrian Arambulo Wife

Adrian is married to Jennifer Dixon, a senior supervising producer at Access Hollywood. She is also a segment producer for Access Hollywood Live where she works closely with executive producer to decide show content, editorial treatment and overall presentation of a daily LIVE show.

Adrian Arambulo Baby

He has a son known as Aiden Cruz Arambulo born on October 31, 2020.

 

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Adrian Arambulo Filipino

He is half-Filipino.

Adrian Arambulo NBC 4

Adrian is a co-anchor of the NBC4 morning newscast “Today in LA,” airing weekdays from 4 to 7 a.m. He joined NBC4 in 2013 as an anchor and general assignment reporter for the weekend newscast of “Today in LA” and reported on the NBC4 News at 5p.m., 6 p.m., and 11 p.m.

During his tenure, he co-anchored Emmy’s award-winning coverage of the rash of wildfires that struck Southern California in 2019 and the Old Fire in Calabasas in 2016. He was one of the first on-air following the  Las Vegas country music concert massacre; Borderline Bar Mass Shooting in Thousand Oaks, and, the tragic shooting at Saugus High School. He also co-anchored the NBC4’s Dodgers 2018 World Series coverage from the field at Dodger Stadium and anchored special extended coverage of the civil unrest in Los Angeles following the death of George Floyd.

Prior to joining NBC4, he worked at KDFW-TV in Dallas-Fort Worth as a weekend morning anchor and reporter. During his tenure, he covered the Fort Hood terror attack, and numerous hurricanes and tornadoes, the murder of NAVY Seal, and U.S. war hero Chris Kyle. He has also worked for KLAS in Las Vegas as the general assignment reporter and KGBT in Brownsville, Texas as a bureau chief.

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