Megan Telles Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, KTLA 5 News

Megan Telles Biography

Megan Telles is a journalist from the United States working as the general assignment reporter for KTLA 5 News. She joined the station in September 2018.


How old is Megan Telles? – Age

Telles is 32 years old as of January 24, 2021. She was born in 1989, in West Covina, California, United States.

Megan Telles Family

Megan describes herself as an “army brat,” owing to her father’s 21 years of duty in the US Army. Megan has lived in Wiesbaden, Germany, Fort Rucker, Alabama, and Savannah, Georgia, and is proud of her ability to count to ten in German.

Megan Telles Education

She attended Los Osos High School and the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California. The National Association of Hispanic Journalists is one of her professional associations.

Megan Telles Wife

Megan is married to Cesar Telles. The couple enjoys intense squirrel chasing with their Yorkshire, Coco, and is a huge college football enthusiast, and you can find all three of them cheering on the USC Trojans on any given fall Saturday.

Megan Telles Salary

She earns an annual salary of $ 200 thousand.

Megan Telles Net Worth

Telles has an estimated net worth of $2 Million.

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Megan KTLA – Career

She is thrilled to be returning to her hometown of Los Angeles and joining the KTLA family. Megan joins KTLA after two years as the anchor of “Morning Blend” on KXTV in Sacramento. She worked as a national entertainment correspondent for the syndicated “Celebrity Page TV” in Las Vegas, where she interviewed Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez, and Lionel Richie, among others.

Megan worked at KTNV, the ABC affiliate in Las Vegas, as a reporter, anchor, and daytime talk-show host at the same time as “Celebrity Page TV.” Megan developed a profound affinity for breaking news after living through several tornado seasons in Alabama. As her family retreated for safety in the hallway closet, she recalls being transfixed to the radio “reporting” wind speeds.