Award-winning reporter Saint Bryan came to KING TV on a rainy February morning in 1999 from the Western Slope Bureau of KUSA-TV (NBC) Denver where he worked as a reporter, photographer, editor and even satellite truck operator. Saint's prior experience includes positions as a bureau reporter at WYFF-TV (NBC) in Greenville, SC, and as a reporter at WCBD-TV (NBC) in Charleston, SC, where he began his television career.
Saint's distinguished work has been recognized with Northwest Regional Emmy awards, Southeast Regional Emmy Awards, a DuPont-Columbia University Award, Society of Professional Journalists awards, and a Putt Putt championship trophy from Asheville, NC.
Saint is a graduate of Tulane University. He lives in North Tacoma with his wife and two children.