Jason Sloss Biography
- Full Name: Jason Sloss
- Gender: Male
- Age: 55 – 60
- Birth Date: Not Known
- Place Of Birth: El Cajon, California
- Zodiac Sign: Not Known
- Salary: $ 89 K to $ 185 K.
- Net Worth: $1 Million
- Marital Status: Married
- Wife: Jenne Sloss
- Height: 5 feet 9 inches (1.8 meters)
- Children: Not Known
- Mother’s Name: Not Known
- Father’s Name: Not Known
- Profession: Reporter
Jason Sloss Age, Birthday
He is believed to be around the late 50s to early 60s. Jason was born in Bay Area and grew up in El Cajon, California. Information about his exact age, date of birth, birthday, and zodiac sign will be updated soon.
Jason Sloss Wife
Sloss is happily married to his significant other, Jenn Sloss. Details about how the pair met and when they exchanged their vows are currently not available. Jason and his better half are happy to be closer to family and look forward to covering stories and issues that affect the FOX 5 viewers. Details on whether they have children or not will be updated soon.
Jason Sloss Education
Mr. Sloss is a very educated man. He enrolled at Brigham Young University and graduated earning a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism.
Jason Sloss Parents, Siblings.
Sloss was born in the Bay Area and bred in n El Cajon, California by his devoted dad and mom. He has not opened up about his parent’s and siblings’ names and their occupation. For that matter, this data will be updated when this information is available.
Jason Sloss and Weight
Sloss has an estimated height of 5 feet 9 inches and weighs around 87 kg.
Jason Sloss Nationality/Ethnicity
Richards is an American by birth and holds white Ethnicity.
Jason Sloss Wikipedia
Sloss serves as a reporter at Fox 5 based in San Diego, California, United States since January of 2013. He loves covering the news and he is happy working in his hometown. Jason grew up a baseball nut in El Cajon and played ball at Grossmont High School before joining Brigham Young University. After a year at BYU, he realized his playing days were over. With the desire to stay in sports, he got a job as a sportscaster at the college TV station.
After covering sports at the ABC affiliate KIFI, CBS affiliate KBCI in Idaho, and the FOX affiliate KSTU in Salt Lake City, an opportunity came up to relocate to Southern California. He was hired as a news anchor/reporter for KESQ, an ABC affiliate in Palm Springs. While there he worked for eight years reporting everything from natural disasters to the Coachella Valley Music as well as Arts Festival.