Liberté Chan Bio, Age, Family, Mom, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, KTLA Channel

Liberté Chan Biography

Liberté Chan is a journalist from the United States working as the LA Unscripted contributor on KTLA Channel 5. She returned to KTLA in 2010 and became a regular on the KTLA 5 Weekend Morning News until February 2021, when she left the show.


How old is Liberté Chan? – Age

Liberté is 42 years old as of July 16, 2021. She was born in 1979 in Los Angeles, California, United States.

Liberté Chan Education

Liberté graduated from Mississippi State University with a meteorology diploma in August 2015. She also holds a master’s degree in public health from the USC Keck School of Medicine, as well as a broadcast journalism certification from UCLA and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She finished college early and spent her final semester studying abroad at the Sorbonne in Paris.

What happened to Liberté Chan’s mom? – Family

She is the daughter of the late Tom and Angie Thornbury. Her stepfather was Tom, who passed away several years ago. He entered her life while she was a teen. Liberte Chan’s biological father’s identity is unknown. Her mother died recently following a battle with Pancreatic cancer. Liberte Chan is an American citizen. She is of mixed-race (White and Chinese). Chan was born to a Chinese mother and a White father. Randy and Cory are her two older brothers.

Is Liberte Chan Married? – Husband

She is divorced. She was married to actor Brian Chase. The couple married at Greystone Mansion Garden in 2012. She is engaged to Luis Strohmeier on 2 October 2020. She loves spending time with her dogs, hiking with them, and taking them to dog parks in the area.

Are Liberte Chan and Ginger Related?

Chan and her co-star on television have the same surname. As a result, most people believe they are connected. However, this is not the case.

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Is Liberte Chan still on La unscripted? – KTLA 5 Career

She worked as a meteorologist and reporter for years, with her first job at the station as a writer under the late Hal Fishman, an L.A. KTLA 5 News at 10 is a one-hour newscast hosted by a news legend. Liberté later worked for KCOY-TV/KKFX-TV on the Central Coast, reporting in Santa Barbara County. California Gov. Jerry Brown commended her for exceptional reporting in a series of essays on the Santa Barbara County Probation Department. Liberté was later appointed as KMIR-daily TV’s morning news anchor in Palm Springs. She returned to KTLA in 2010 and became a regular on the KTLA 5 Weekend Morning News until her resignation in February 2021.