Dylan Dreyer Bio, Wiki, Age, Parents, Husband, Children, Today Show, NBC News, Salary, Net worth
Dylan Dreyer Biography
Dylan Marie Dreyer is an American meteorologist. She is the weather anchor of NBC News’ Weekend TODAY and Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist. She is also a co-host of the 3rd hour of TODAY and a meteorologist for NBC News. She also serves as a weekday weather correspondent and regular co-host for TODAY and NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt. She is a recipient of the American Meteorological Society’s prestigious Seal of Approval award.
Dylan Dreyer Age
Dylan is 38 years old as of March 2020; she was born on August 2, 1981 in Manalapan, New Jersey, U.S.
Dylan Dreyer Measurements
Dylan Dreyer Height; Dylan stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches tall.
Dylan Dreyer Weight; Dylan weighs approximately 61kgs.
Dylan Dreyer Education
Dylan graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelor’s degree in Meteorology.
Dylan Dreyer Parents
Dylan was brought up by her father Jim Dreyer along her two brothers; James and Mike. The name of her mother is unknown but she posts her on her social media. In August 2018 she wore a bright floral dress on the Today Show which she said was a birthday gift from her mother.
“She gave it to me for my birthday. I’ve never had anything like it. It’s soft and pretty and makes me want to spin!”
Dylan Dreyer Husband
Dylan married her husband Brian Ficherain on October 6, 2012 at The Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston. Brian proposed to Dylan in July 2011. Brian is NBC News cameraman.
The couple met while they were both working morning shift over at the WHDH station in Boston, Massachusetts. Brian began working at the station about a year after Dreyer joined as a meteorologist.
On the couple’s wedding website, Dreyer wrote, “When he started working more, he’d hang out more in the Weather Center with our friend Todd. The three of us starting hanging out more and more outside of work, building our friendship and getting closer. After a few years, we had a small party at Brian’s house which we dubbed the Jammy Jam. It was then that I realized I had totally fallen for him and from there it was history.”
Dylan Dreyer Children
Dylan is a mother to two children; Calvin Bradley Fichera born in December 2016 and Oliver George born in January 2020.
Dylan Dreyer Career
Dreyer began her career as a weather anchor for the Rutgers TV network and radio station while she was studying at Rutgers University. In 2003 she joined WICU-TV, the NBC affiliate in Erie, Pennsylvania as the weekend meteorologist until 2005.
In 2005 she joined WJAR-TV, the NBC affiliate in Providence, Rhode Island as the weekend meteorologist a position she held until 2007. She later joined WHDH-TV, the NBC affiliate in Boston, where she served as the weekday morning meteorologist on “Today in New England”. In 2008 she was named Boston’s Best Meteorologist by Improper Bostonian magazine.
Dylan Dreyer Today Show – Dylan Dreyer NBC News
Dylan joined NBC News in New York in 2012 as the weather anchor of NBC News’ Weekend TODAY and Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist, as well as a co-host of the 3rd hour of TODAY and a meteorologist for NBC News. Dreyer also serves as a weekday weather correspondent and regular co-host for TODAY and NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt.
She also hosts “Journey with Dylan Dreyer” which airs on Saturday mornings. She hosts a new Sirius XM radio show, “Off the Rails,” with co-hosts Al Roker and Sheinelle Jones.
She has reported live for NBC News for some of the worst storms such as Hurricane Harvey, Boston’s record-breaking snowfall in 2015, and the North American polar vortex of 2014. She was also a part of the network’s extensive coverage of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Dylan Dreyer Salary
Dylan earns a yearly salary of $2 million.
Dylan Dreyer net worth
Dreyer has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
Dylan Dreyer Infertility – Dylan Dreyer Miscarriage
In April 2019 Dylan revealed that she suffered a miscarriage after struggling to get pregnant with her second child. Dylan said that after six months of trying to get pregnant for a second baby she went to the doctor where she learned that the emergency C-section she had for her first child caused major scarring in her uterus and that she also had a very low egg count.
She underwent surgery and became pregnant but five weeks later she started bleeding. A few days later she bled again and lost the baby.
“I’m devastated, and I have to go to work on the ‘Today’ show and be happy and smiling and pretend like nothing’s wrong. We push [emotions] down and get through the show. I go to the doctor and they do an ultrasound. The baby’s still in there. It’s fluke bleeding.”
She revealed that despite experiencing secondary infertility they were would try IVF if she wouldn’t conceive naturally.