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Bob Kelly Biography | Wiki
Bob Kelly is an American Emmy Award-winning journalist, anchor, and reporter currently serving as a traffic anchor and feature reporter at FOX 29, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Previously he served as a traffic anchor for 13 years at CBS 3 in Philadelphia.
Bob Kelly Education
Kelly attended and graduated from North Catholic High School. Bob also graduated from Temple University with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Bob Kelly FOX 29 Age and Birthday
How old is Bob? Kelly is 60 years old as of 2023. He was born on February 11, 1963, in Northeast Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America. His birthday is always celebrated on 11th February of every year. RELATED: Shaina Humpries
Bob Kelly Nationality and Ethnicity
Bob holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and raised in Northeast Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. He belongs to the White-American ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Bob Kelly Height
How tall is Kelly? He stands at an average height of 5 feet 10 inches (1.8 m)
Bob Kelly Family
Bob was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by his parents. Though, information regarding his family members including his father and mother is currently under review.
Bob Kelly First Wife | Married
Kelly was married to his first wife Colleen. The couples together have two daughters. The couple divorced in March 2008. RELATED: Victor Oquendo
Is Bob Kelly Married? | Carrie Kelly
Kelly is married to his second wife Carrie Howard Kelly, a Certified Child Life Specialist at an incredible children’s hospital. However, his information regarding their wedding is not yet available. It will be updated once available.
Bob Kelly Children
Kell is a proud father of six children and they currently reside in a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Bob Kelly Salary
Bob as a traffic anchor and reporter at FOX 29 has an estimated salary ranging from $52,631 to $113,155 annually.
Bob Kelly Net Worth
Kelly as an accomplished American Emmy Award-winning journalist, anchor, and reporter has an estimated net worth ranging from $1-$5 million.
Bob Kelly Fox 29
Bob joined the FOX 29 Newsgroup in October 2014 as the traffic reporter for “Good Day Philadelphia.” In that job, he likewise hosts the standard morning portions “Kelly’s Classroom,” “Breakfast with Bob,” and “Town Takeover,” all of which take him out into the community to connect with “Great Day Philadelphia” watchers. He’s additionally co-hosted the Philadelphia St. Patrick’s Day Parade for over 15 years.
Preceding joining FOX 29, Bob was the Traffic Anchor for a long time at CBS 3 in Philadelphia. He turned into the primary Philadelphia traffic anchor to do his reports before the green screen. Vivified and enjoyable to watch with his exceptionally mainstream phrases like Jammo, Two Jelly Donut Delay, and the Conshy Curve, Bob is presently alluded to by such a large number of as “The Dean of Traffic.” RELATED: Sara Eisen
As the years progressed, the Emmy Award-winning Traffic Anchor has engaged avid supporters on the Jumbotron at the Eagles, Flyers and Sixers games, and with his mainstream fragment “Back end Takeover,” before Eagles games.
Experiencing childhood in Northeast Philadelphia where they generally decorate for Christmas, he made “A Very Kelly Christmas,” taking off during the long stretch of December and broadcasting LIVE from the front yards of the best-decorated houses.
Bob started his vocation as a radio circle racer, working with Jerry Blavat, The Geator. He worked here and there the dial at Philly’s most sizzling radio broadcasts until traffic became news and he joined KYW News Radio with Traffic on the 2s.
Bob Kelly BK5K FOR CHILD LIFE
In 2016, Bob and his wife Carrie launched an annual fundraising event known as BK5K FOR CHILD LIFE. The BK5K is a Kids Fun Run and an Adult 5K. The main aim of the event was to raise enough funds to build a playroom and sensory place for kids at Nemours/Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children, where Kelly’s son Austin received excellent medical attention.
The BK5K got started as a way to bring awareness to families living on the Main Line, in Chester County and Delaware County, that the Nemours/Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children is close and easily accessible, a short drive right off Route 202. Carrie was so impressed with the hospital, that, after their son’s illness, she joined their staff as a Child Life Specialist.