Aaron Gilchrist is an American two-time Emmy award-winning journalist from Richmond, Virginia, United States. Aaron Gilchrist recently joined NBC News as an anchor for NBC News NOW, the New York-based streaming news channel.
He formerly worked for an NBC affiliate in Washington, D.C., WRC-TV, also known as NBC4. Aaron Gilchrist left the station after almost 11 years of service.
Short Bio and Career
1999 – Present
Family and Siblings
Date of Birth:
7th April 1980, Monday
Age (As in 2022):
42 Years Old
Richmond, Virginia, United States
Richmond Community High School
Virginia Commonwealth University
12th October 2019
Quotes & Books
“To be successful, you must be able to put in the long, hard hours and sleepless nights.”
Other Facts You Need To Know About Aaron Gilchrist:
From the beginning, Aaron Gilchrist was adamant about pursuing a career as a journalist.
As a freshman, he began working as an editor at the NBC station in Richmond because he wanted a part-time job while he was just 19 years old.
He began working at the school district’s public information office, ran a TV station, and created a few shows on what was going on at school a couple of days a week. He learned how to look at the camera, and this is where he discovered the fundamentals of broadcast performance.
Aaron also taught journalism classes at the university.
Aaron revealed in November 2020 that he would be leaving Nbc4, a spot he had called home for nearly 11 years.
Gilchrist is an American news anchor who currently co-hosts News 4 Today, Washington, DC’s number one morning newscast, with Eun Yang. It is seen in the air at 4:00 a.m. every day.
Gilchrist previously reported for WWBT News for 11 years before joining News 4 Today.
He currently co-hosts News 4 Today, Washington, DC’s number one morning newscast, with Eun Yang. It is seen in the air in the middle of the night and at 4:00 a.m. every day.
His social media accounts are mostly filled with pictures of Eun Yang, and they refer to themselves as “Partner in Crime.”
Aaron Gilchrist and his team wins an Emmy-Awards for the second time.