Shauna Lake is a news anchor best known for her work with the television station KUTV, where she has worked for almost two decades. She has hosted several network programs, including “Person 2 Person” and “Fabulous.” She has worked as a broadcaster since the 1990s.
According to sources, as of mid-2022, he has a net worth of more than $3 million, which he has amassed through a successful career in broadcasting. She allegedly earns at least $60,000 each year, and her wealth is likely to grow as she continues her pursuits.
Shauna was born on August 10, 1970, in Sacramento, California, USA. She hasn’t revealed much about her past, and there’s little information about her family and childhood. She grew up with two brothers and, after graduating from high school, she prepared for a career in television by enrolling at Brigham Young University (BYU) and earning a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
The institution is a non-profit research university in Provo, Utah, owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), and is noted for being one of the area’s more selective schools. It provides undergraduate education in 179 majors, as well as 62 masters and 26 doctoral degrees. The institution is noted for upholding an honor code in accordance with LDS doctrines – they have a dress code and grooming standards, and alcohol, drugs, and extramarital sex are all prohibited. Approximately 99 percent of students at the university are members of the LDS Church, and religious education classes are obligatory.
Lake married Todd Nathaniel Marshall and even took his last name, going professionally as Shauna Lake Marshall for a short time. Their marriage ended in divorce in 2016, despite the fact that they have two children together.
She enjoys listening to music, and Charlotte Martin is her favorite musician. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, particularly works by Ayn Rand. She has read “The Fountainhead,” “The Atlas Shrugged,” and “Anthem,” among other novels, and she appreciates painting. She likes to run in her spare time.
Lake landed her first job after graduation, with an ABC affiliate in Bangor, Maine. She did not stay long, however, as in 1994, she moved to the Murray, Utah-based station KUTV, a CBS affiliate licensed to Salt Lake City and part of a triopoly with KJZZ-TV and KMYU. The three stations share facilities and are noted for airing more than 36 hours of locally produced newscasts each week. During her 20 years of service with the network, she has been involved in a variety of tasks.
During her early years at KUTV, she co-anchored the morning and noontime shows, as well as the weekend shows, with Brian Mullahy. In recent years, she has frequently been seen broadcasting the show 2News during the afternoon and late evening broadcasts on the five, six, and ten o’clock newscasts, usually interviewing significant Utah personalities or celebrities who have come to visit. She has been named a two-time honorary member of the Utah Broadcasters Association for her efforts in children’s broadcasts.
Shauna was arrested in 2017 for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) after reportedly driving home drunk from work. The arrest caused some consternation among her supporters, with half of them being enraged at her behavior and the other half supporting her. The next day, she issued a public apology, admitting her error and requesting forgiveness, and crying the entire time. She pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of misdemeanor drunk driving and was sentenced to a $1460 fine as well as eight hours of community service. She will also be on probation for a year, which will include a two-hour class called the Victim Impact Panel.
This was the first time something like this had happened in her life, and it served as a wake-up call for her since she had been drifting into the path of alcoholism in recent months. She has now returned to her broadcasting duties, and in her spare time, she frequently participates in charity or community events in Utah. Lake usually covers recent important news in the state, with a few mentions of breaking news from around the country thrown in for good measure. She also reports on breaking news for the station.
Shauna, like many other broadcasters, is quite active online through her social media profiles. She has an account on the website Twitter, where she has over 6,000 followers, and she utilizes it to keep followers up to speed on the newest news while also communicating with admirers. Lake uses Twitter to chat about her family and to share inspirational tales or advocacies that she is passionate about. She also has a Facebook page with around 40,000 followers, where she posts personal images, though she doesn’t use it as frequently as her other accounts. She also promotes her KUTV shows by posting promos and recent news on her account.