Twice Emmy winner in the year 2011 and 2013 and four times Emmy-nominated meteorologist and sportscaster, Henry DiCarlo, has been a television meteorologist for over twenty-five years now.
Having worked all over places like Palm Springs, California, Salt Lake City, Utah, Seattle, and Washington, he now works for the Los Angeles based KTLA 5 Morning News from 4 am to 7 am also sports anchoring the morning show at 7 am morning show.
Henry, after the completion of his course from Villa Park High School, went onto gain a degree in Communication at California State University. Later, he earned his Meteorology specialization from Mississippi State University, followed by a prestigious AMS seal in 2002.
Henry DiCarlo's Age / Birthday
Henry DiCarlo was born on the 1st of July in 1963.
Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer
In July 2019, Henry was diagnosed with prostate cancer, and eventually, on the 27th of August 2019, he underwent surgery. In the procedure, he had his prostate removed. The ailing condition even earned him a month-long sabbatical from his workplace.
Luckily, he was back healthy, recovered, and ready to share his experience in October 2019. He indeed had a lot to say about why it s crucial for men to continue the conversation about prostate health.
All About Married Life
Henry DiCarlo tied the knot to Lisa DeNoux Wiehebrink on the 23rd of May 1997.
The pair lives in Yorba Linda with their two kids, Henry III (2000) and Jack (2004).
Henry DiCarlo with his wife, Lisa DeNoux Wiehebrink, and sons, Henry III and Jack on 7 October 2016 (Photo: Henry DiCarlo's Facebook)
Together, the family of four enjoys activities like traveling, sports and cooking, also taking care of their four dogs, Cooper, LeRoy, Otis, and Lucy.
More so, Henry and his wife also serve as advocates for pets, children, and veteran-related causes.
In 2017, Lisa established an early humane education program called Tails That Teach for young children with the aim of "Saving the lives of animals, changing the lives of children."
Meanwhile, mutually, Henry and Lisa also founded "National Rescue Dog Day" in the year 2018- observed on the 20th of May every year.
Interesting Facts On Henry DiCarlo!
Henry is nicknamed, "Hammerin Hank," "The Machine," and "Hundred dollar Henry."
He stands to a height of 5 feet and 10 inches (1.78 meters).
Born and raised in the city of Orange, Henry is a proud native of Southern California.
Before joining KTLA in 2010, Henry spent eight long years at KCBS/KCAL, also in Los Angeles.
While attending high school he walked the streets of Orange, Santa Ana, and Tustin as a door-to-door salesman for the Fuller Brush Company.