Alan Longstreet Biography, Age, Twitter, Salary, Fox 2 and Net Worth

Alan Longstreet Biography

Alan Longstreet is an American actor and anchor who is best known for his role in Kid Brother (2017). He also made appearances on Ring of Silence (2019) and New Money (2017). After he retired from acting he joined WJBK- Fox 2 as a TV anchor. Alan is originally from Grand Rapids where he was raised in Coopersville, Michigan.

His main hobbies were sledding down the side of the country dump and summers pursuing the Farm Museum. Alan stated that his parents currently reside from that place and he enjoys the trips home when he is going to visit. Earlier when he was pursuing his college studies he moved from Grand Rapids Community College to Michigan University.

He also made short and distinct stints at Florida that he described as unproductive. Whenever he is not working in studio C he usually goes for weekly fitness segment named Get fit.

Alan Longstreet Age | Birthday

Longstreet has not shared any details about his current age or even his birth date. He has also managed to keep his personal details all to himself. However, according to sources, he is an average middle-aged man.

Alan Longstreet Wife

Alan is happily married but he has not revealed the identity of his wife. The couple has two lovely twins. You can visit Longstreet’s Instagram account and check out their photos. He has posted pictures of him and the twins.

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Alan Longstreet Salary

His net salary is still under review. It will be updated soon. Sources have revealed that Alan likes to keep his personal details away from the public as possible. There are no details that clearly state or describe Alan’s lifestyle and annual income.

Alan Longstreet Twins Names

Alan has not revealed the real names of his twins. However, it will be updated soon. Like every other popular journalist like Alan, there are no details that clearly explain the identity of his twins. He prefers to keep their identity private and personal.

Alan Longstreet WJBK- Fox 2

Alan is also the current Meteorologist anchor at WJBK Fox-2. Aside from his official work as the weather forecast anchor, whenever he is free he participates in the workout sessions of Fox-2 news. This is basic work each day he goes to work

Alan Longstreet Movie

He has appeared in the following movies:

  • Buzzard

Alan Longstreet Accent

Earlier in 2019, there has been news that he has been using a fake American accent to report the news. However, Alan has not replied to those allegations that have been the new headlines of social media. The person who began those rumors is still unknown.

Alan Longstreet Net Worth

Alan’s estimated net worth is still under review it will be updated soon. However, he has managed to keep his worth

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Alan Longstreet Twitter

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Fox 2 Detroit meteorologist Alan Longstreet stars in new indie film premiering this week

Alan Longstreet spends most of his time talking about high temperatures and low pressure fronts as a meteorologist for Fox 2 Detroit’s morning newscasts.

But this week, you can watch him navigate the highs and lows of a lonely janitor named Aaron who’s about to have his life jolted by the arrival of his sibling in the made-in-Detroit movie “Kid Brother.”

It’s the first leading role on the big screen for the local TV weather man, who’s been mixing forecasting with films for several years now.

“Kid Brother” will premiere Wednesday night with a cast meet-and-greet and screenings at the Phoenix Theatres State Wayne. The event will benefit Champions of Wayne, a program that offers Wayne Memorial High students both mentoring and financial incentives to reach academic goals.


The movie will open at the Phoenix Theatres Laurel Park in Livonia on Friday. And there will be another charity event at Phoenix Theatres Mall of Monroe on Sept. 26.

Made by Dearborn brothers Bryce and Devin Cameron and filmed in and around Detroit in September 2016, “Kid Brother” is about the fractured family ties of Aaron, who’s mired in sullen, unresolved emotions, and his little brother, Jared (Peter Herold), who shows up wanting to reunite with their estranged dad.

The story explores how relationships are necessary, if not always easy, and introduces a chance for romance between Aaron and a woman he meets by chance (Tonya Hawkins).

For Longstreet, 31, who was born in Grand Rapids and grew up in Coopersville, acting has been something that’s captivated him since elementary school, which was when he first saw the Disney musical “Newsies.”

“Me and my friend loved that movie and would always make fools of ourselves and pretend to dance, reenacting scenes on the playgrounds and getting made fun of,” he says with a laugh.

A graduate of Central Michigan University, Longstreet gravitated toward another interest, science, for his full-time job.

“When it came time to choose a career, I went practical,” he says of studying meteorology. He’s been with Fox 2 Detroit for five years, where he works the A.M. shift and is a familiar face on the morning show “The Nine.”

He’s also something of an exercise expert for the station. “(When) I’m not working the green screen, you can find me working it in Studio C as my bosses parade me around in tight T’s for a weekly fitness segment, ‘Get Fit,'” reads his bio, tongue firmly in cheek.

Longstreet began pursuing film acting about four years ago, back when Michigan’s film incentives still existed. He had a brief but grabby role in the acclaimed indie “Buzzard,” a dark comedy and festival hit directed by Joel Potrykus of Grand Rapids.

Adopted from Detroit Press. Com News


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