Jessica Holmes is a multi-talented anchor and reporter for KTLA. She anchors the "KTLA Morning News at 9," and can be seen reporting entertainment news, forecasting the weather, and anchoring KTLA's 1pm show.
Jessica has reported from London for the Royal Wedding, interviewed Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp in Paris, spent a day cooking with Martha Stewart and Paula Deen, and interviewed Jermaine Jackson about the death of his brother, Michael. She is on the red carpet for all the major Hollywood events, including the Oscar's and the Emmy's, and co-hosts KTLA's Emmy-Award winning Rose Parade coverage.
Jessica also frequently forecasts the weather and has covered breaking news both in the field and in studio, like wildfires, floods, and the earthquake in Japan. She has won three Golden Mike awards.
Jessica joined KTLA in November 2005 as weathercaster for the station's "Prime News," after winning "The Audition" --a reality show-style competition held on the Morning News.
She began her television career in 1999. Jessica interned at Nickelodeon and began co-hosting "Slimetime Live," six months later. The series was presented with an award for Outstanding Children's Program, by the Florida Motion Picture and Television Association in 2002.
In 2003, Jessica moved to New York to host the Outdoor Life Network's "Bragging Rights," a reality game show series where male contestants competed in outdoor sports challenges.
Although a native of Cleveland, Jessica spent most of her childhood in Cape Coral, FL. She graduated from the University of Central Florida, and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Radio and Television. In her free time, Jessica loves interior design and cooking, and can't get enough of the Food Network.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times