Sam Kantrow Salary
Sam Kantrow is an American Meteorologist, he receives an annual salary of $88 thousand as of today, his net worth is estimated to be around $700 thousand as of 2022.
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Sam Kantrow Net Worth
Kantrow is estimated to have a net worth of $0.7 million dollars at present. He has accumulated his net worth with the versatility he has shown in each field he has worked in. His main source of earning is from his journalism career. As he progresses in his career, his net worth is projected to rise.
Sam Kantrow Wife, Is he married?
Kantrow is not married as of 2021, he is however in a relationship with his girlfriend and wife to be. It is not known when they got married or when they first met but we are keeping tabs and will update this section with more information once available.
Sam Kantrow Age
Sam is over 30 years old as of 2022, he was born in Hamden, the US. He celebrates his birthday with his family and friends every year.
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Sam Kantrow Career, Education
Sam Kantrow joined Storm Team 8 in February 2011, first as a weather producer and web meteorologist for WTNH, and is now a member of the on-air team.
Sam is a graduate of Western Connecticut State University with a B.S. in Operational Meteorology and Weathercasting. He was born and raised in Hamden. Sam interned at WVIT in Connecticut before joining News 8.
Sam’s interest in weather began at a young age, when the tornado that hit Hamden on July 10, 1989, narrowly missed his house! Since then, he’s been obsessed with weather and everything related to it.
Sam Kantrow Family
Kantrow was born to both parents (mother and father) in a large-sized family setting in Ohio. Details about his mother and father’s name and what they do/did for a living are currently unavailable, however, he was raised alongside his siblings. Nevertheless, as soon as credible information about his father, mother, brothers and sisters is available, we shall update all Kantrow’s family members immediately.
Sam grew up watching News 8’s meteorologists and imagining what it would be like to be in their shoes. Sam enjoys traveling, DIY projects, carpentry, and cars in his spare time (and weather of course).
Sam Kantrow Height
Sam stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 in (Approx 1.7m). His weight, hair color, eye color, chest size, waist and shoe size will be updated as soon as the details are available.
Sam Kantrow Wikipedia
- Full Names: Sam Kantrow
- Gender: Male
- Profession: Meteorologist
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity: White
- Religion: To be updated
- Sexual Orientation: Straight
- Age: over 30 years
- Zodiac Sign: To e updated
- Date of Birth: To be updated
- Place of Birth: United States of America
- Birthday: Every Year
Sam Kantrow Measurements and Family
- Body Measurements: To be updated
- Height: 5 feet 6 inches
- Weight: Moderate
- Eye Color: To be updated
- Hair Color: To be updated
- Shoe Size: To be updated
- Dress Size: To be updated
- Breast Size: To be updated
- Chest Size: To be updated
- Waist Size: To be updated
- Hip Size: To be updated
- Father (Dad): To be updated
- Mother: To be updated
- Siblings (Brothers and Sisters): To be updated
- Marital Status: Married
- Spouse: Not Available
- Dating: Not Applicable
- Children: Sons (Not Known) Daughter(s) (Not Known)
- Net Worth: $0.7 Million
- Salary: $90 thousand
- Source of Income: Meteorologist
Sam Kantrow Education and Career
- High School: To be updated
- University: Western Connecticut State University (B.S. in Operational Meteorology and Weathercasting)
- Station: To be updated
- Job Title: Meteorologist
- Employer: WTNH
8 Things you didn’t know about Sam Kantrow:
Favorite memory / story from working at News 8?
I think back to all of the storms over the years I’ve been working at the station, and it’s truly amazing. We had a record early snowstorm that caused one of the worst power outages in Connecticut history. We had Sandy and Irene…multiple tornado touchdowns, oh and how about 40 inches of snow? I HATE snow…many of you probably already know that. Even though I’ve been here my whole live, I like winter for about a month, and then back to the heat and humidity of summer! The night of February 8th, 2013 is probably one of the most memorable ones. I remember sitting at the restaurant in The Study hotel in New Haven…sitting next to coworkers…looking out the window, and watching a bike tied to a pole literally disappear with snow falling at 6 inches per hour. I think that memory is one I’ll never forget.
What inspired you to work in news/weather?
My love for meteorology started at the age of six. It’s funny, many meteorologists have a story that starter their love for weather. I actually originally wanted to be an astronaut but “settled” on weather when I realized it might be tough to get into outer space. When I was a little kid, a huge tornado touched down in Hamden. It originally dropped across from our house. My parents told me the story of how everything happened. Dad and brother were driving back from getting a haircut, and my mom and I were in the living room playing. She said it sounded like an 18 wheeler truck. Trucks like that never go by our street. I don’t remember if I recall that memory, or if they always told me the story but it put a bug in my ear that created a passion for meteorology that will last a lifetime. To be able to do what I love, in the place I love, near the people I love, is truly a dream come true!
What is your favorite restaurant in New Haven?
Okay here’s the funny thing. I was born in Hamden, aka the town next to New Haven, but we didn’t really go into New Haven much. I haven’t really gone to many places to eat there but I have been to some of the hot spots. I do keep Kosher, so all the good meat dishes are a no go for me! Good thing I can eat pizza, so clearly…wait for it…it’s gotta be Pepe’s Pizza. Also love this place called Sababa (it’s on Whitney Ave), they have some of the best falafel I’ve had in the US!
Who is your favorite musician/ band and/or best concert you ever been to?
I was pretty lucky to have my first concert ever be Billy Joel, so I’m not sure that many people can start with such a huge headliner. I am a big country music fan, and I’ve seen Zac Brown Band a handful of times now. They’re great entertainers, and amazing singers.
What’s the best dish you can make?
Cooking is something that I’ve always loved. I was a food network baby (helped give me a chubby phase from 12-18 years old). I think my favorite dish to make is something I invented (if I didn’t invent it, just lie and tell me I did). I cook fettuccine noodles in boiling water salted with soy sauce, then I put oil in a pan (just a little bit), and add a big spoonful of peanut butter, add soy sauce, garlic powder, onion powder, and ginger. Toss in some chicken, cook it up until there is some color and a lot of extra sauce. Toss in the pasta, and eat! It sounds gross but it tastes like some of the best Thai noodles you’ll ever eat (and it’s pretty cheap too).
If you could travel anywhere, where would you go?
I’ve been to some of the best places before…Paris, Rome, England, and Israel. I would LOVE to go to Australia, but that’s not a one week trip. I’d like to take a month and head over there. Anyone want to email my bosses to see if I can get that time off? haha
What’s something you don’t know about me?
I sang in a choir for many years as a kid. Music endlessly runs through my head and I hum to my self all the time. I don’t even realize I’m doing it most of the time. I love singing, and I have a very good voice but since my voice dropped (thanks puberty), I have sung for almost nobody in my adult life. I hope to face that fear and start singing lessons soon.
What are your hobbies / hidden talents?
Why do these questions look like I’m setting up an online dating profile? haha. I worked construction in high school, and did maintenance work for 8 years when I was younger. I started cleaning, then plunging toilets, then doing a little bit of carpentry work…now I can do framing, sheet rock, roofing, electrical, etc. I guess I can build a house at this point, which is pretty cool! It saves money on having to call a plumber I guess!
I also have a motorcycle and love riding across the state. I take it out every chance I can get. Love golf too…terrible at it (I’m not just saying that…my average 18 hole game is over 100).
Adopted from WTNH