Max Roth Biography
Max Roth is an American journalist, television personality, and anchor, currently working for Fox 13 as a news anchor in Salt Lake City. Roth studied all kinds of random stuff at the University of Utah with a degree in history and a two-year stint as a VISTA helping set up the Emma Lou Thayne Community Service Center at Salt Lake Community College.
Max Roth Age
His age is not available as of now, research is ongoing and this information will be updated soon.
Roth attended and graduate from Uintah Elementary School, South Ogden Junior High, and Bonneville High School. He later graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in history. He also graduated from the University of Southern California Annenberg School with a degree in journalism.
Max Roth Wife
Roth married his wife Natalie in 1994, she actually had fun on a first date at the Utah State Legislature hearing the “State of the Judiciary” address. Till to date she still tolerates him.
Max Roth Children
Roth and his wife Natalie are blessed with beautiful children, however, he has not revealed more information regarding his children.
Max Roth Height
He stands on an average height of 5 ft 4.
Max Roth Salary
He earns an annual salary ranging between $ 56,000 – $ 135,500.
Max Roth Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million- $5 million dollar
Max Roth Career
He then packed up his Subaru and journeyed to the big city to study all kinds of random stuff at the University of Utah.
Random stuff became Max’s specialty, meandering to a history degree and then into a two-year stint as a VISTA helping set up the Emma Lou Thayne Community Service Center at Salt Lake Community College.
Turns out Graduate School in random stuff is called Seminary, where you spend three years learning more history, psychology, theology, and no-longer-spoken languages.
The real disappointment, a Master of Divinity did not qualify Max to make a fluffy white vanilla-pecan confection.
But from great disappointment comes the revelation: there’s a job in random stuff and it’s called journalism!
And so his meandering path led to the University of Southern California Annenberg School, and on to Palm Springs and home to Utah.