Greg Rowles

Greg Rowles Bio, Age, WFXB FOX TV, Parents, Education, Career, Awards, Wife, Children, Net worth, and Twitter

Greg Rowles Biography

Greg Rowles is an American journalist and a media personality from Fredericksburg, Virginia, at present operating as an anchor for WFXB FOX TV, North Myrtle Beach, SC. He has been at WFXB FOX  News since joining the team in 2004. Moreover, he has consumed most of his life on stage and in front of a camera.

Greg Rowles Age

Rowles was brought into this world in Fredericksburg, Virginia, in the United States of America. His age is nevertheless approximated to be around the late ’50s to early ’60s. His precise month and date of birth are not available in any online publication thus making it hard to know when he was born and when he blows his birthday candles.

Greg Rowles Parent/Siblings

Rowles was brought into this world and grew up by his loving parent in Fredericksburg, Virginia, in the United States of America. He was raised in a musical family performing with his Mom, Dad, brother, cousin, and aunt. Moreover, his birthplace is American. Unlike other celebrities, he hasn’t disclosed any details associated with his personal life, including his parents, siblings, and childhood.

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Greg Rowles Education

After matriculating from high school, Rowles went on to attend college and graduated earning himself a business degree.

Greg Rowles Career

Rowles works for WFXB FOX TV, North Myrtle Beach as an anchor for WFXB FOX TV, North Myrtle Beach, SC. Moreover, he has consumed most of his life on stage and in front of a camera. After graduating college with his business degree in hand he began a consulting company for developers and builders outside of Washington D.C. His love for music was so strong he gave up the
business after three years and shifted to Nashville, TN. While there he entertained for three years at Opryland USA, and that is when Ed McMahon came calling giving Greg a spot on the legendary show, “Star Search”. Greg was on that broadcast for nine weeks and was titled “Male Vocalist of the Year”. Greg’s doors opened after that with a large agency deal with Buddy Lee Attractions and an immediate live tour. He also hosted a couple of television pilots as he exercised another facet of his talents and quickly realized his passion for this new genre of entertainment.

Striking a hot deal in 2000 meant a major shift to Myrtle Beach where Greg began starring at The Alabama Theatre where after 19 seasons he still performs live 6 nights a week performing multiple instruments and singing as well as holding down the emcee duties. Above the course of his esteemed Occupation, Greg has entertained at the Vatican in Rome, Italy for three years at the request of James Nicholson, the U.S. Ambassador to The Holy See, who also served President George W. Bush as Secretary of Veteran Affairs. Greg also carried out countless times as a solo artist on the Grand Ole Opry. This year marks his 40th year in show business and his 19th season here, where he has been honored to be named as “Alabama Theatre’s Good Will Ambassador”.

Greg has never been one to let the grass grow under his feet so once he stabilized his family here in his new homeland. He started honing his television skills by producing and hosting shows for Beach TV and Time Warner Cable Television locally. It was a bare 11 years ago that Fox TV employed Greg to launch a new idea to the station, where he would host a weekly little night
time tv show.

He works daily on WFXB FOX TV anchoring
“Carolina am”, and “Not the News” daily.

Greg has served for over 14 years in Christian ministry as a music pastor and is now consulting with churches all over the country forming praise services that need production. At any given time you can catch Greg playing guitar at one of our fine hospitals to friends and strangers alike trying to spread some cheer and love of Christ or at the elementary schools where his children grew up for teachers who love and teach in their society. God first, family second and everything else after that is just icing on the cake.

Greg Rowles Awards

Greg added the title of “Award Winning newscaster” from the National Motorsports Press Association to his resume. He is also popularly known on the Grand Strand for his philanthropic efforts. Greg has worked on the board of the American Red Cross Hero’s Campaign and volunteered with a variety of companies, including the North Strand Housing Shelter, American Cancer Society Relay for Life, D.A.R.E of North Myrtle Beach, Horry County Helping Hand, Walks for Autism, Grand Strand Hospital Clergy, Grand Strand Miracle League, National Day of Prayer, and Gideons.

Greg Rowles Wife

Rowles has been in marriage for over 28 years. He is happily married to her beautiful wife, Brandee Rowles. Furthermore, Greg and her wife, Brandee are the proud parents of three children, Grayson, Courtney, and Ashton. Their daughter, Courtney began her own production company and she is proudly serving her hometown of Myrtle Beach.

Greg Rowles Height

Regarding Greg’s physical appearance, he is 5 feet and 9 inches tall by height equaling 1.8 meters.

Greg Rowles Salary

He attains a salary ranging between $98,355 -$190,000 per year. In addition, the accurate amount of salary he acquires is not accessible as of now.

Greg Rowles Net Worth

Rowles has an approximate net worth of more than 7 million. Nevertheless, his professional occupation as an anchor for WFXB FOX TV is his main source of income.

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