For more than fifteen years, Host/Reporter Saint Bryan has been working for KING 5’s Evening, the longest running local magazine program in the country.
He is considered by many to be the tallest of the show’s four hosts.
Saint got his start as a sports anchor for his high school’s weekly TV news program.
He majored in American Studies at Tulane University in New Orleans and began his television career at WCBD in Charleston, SC as a part-time studio camera operator earning $4 an hour.
Eventually, he got in front of the camera, where he covered Hurricane Hugo and won the station’s first Emmy as well as an Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia award.
Saint worked at two more TV stations: WYFF in Greenville, SC and as the West Slope reporter for KUSA in Denver, before joining KING in 1999.
He lives in North Tacoma with his wife, Alison, who owns a home décor store there, Clementine Home. They have two children.