Preston Elliot Net Worth
Preston Elliot Salary
Preston Elliot's annual salary is $500,000
Preston Elliot is American radio personality, DJ and host who has a net worth of $4 million. Preston Elliot has earned his net worth from The Preston and Steve morning show, which airs on 93.3 FM WMMR Philadelphia's Active Rock station. The show features DJs Preston Elliot and Steve Morrison, it originated at Y100 in Philadelphia. Elliot is originally from the St. Louis area and got started in radio after he found out he didn't have what it took to be a rock star. He spent a few years playing drums in cover bands, then made his way to broadcasting school and became a DJ. He bounced around from one radio station to another till he landed in Philadelphia at what was then called WDRE, however one short year later the radio station was sold, and the new owner changed the music format so Preston moved across the street to Y100. His mentor and good friend Jim McGuinn was the Program Director at Y100, and gave Elliot an afternoon slot. About a year later he was asked to take over the morning show, however not being a morning person he turned it down, and a few months later the radio station made another offer he couldn't refuse. He started on the morning show beside his good friend Marilyn Russell, the show was very good but something was missing so they brought Steve Morrison onboard. After Y100 got axed the group moved over to WMMR thanks to the man about town, Bill Weston. Preston Elliot was born in Columbia, Tennessee, on January 25, 1968; he was raised in the St. Louis area. Preston is married to Rachelle they have two sons Parker and Carter and a daughter named Caroline. The family currently resides in Harleysville, Pennsylvania and he loves to play golf. Preston morning radio show has many segments such as daily telephone interviews, in-studio guests, celebrity impersonations, unusual news stories, and numerous sound clips and running gags. According to the Philadelphia Style magazine the show has been named the "Best Morning Show" and also named the "Personality/Show of the Year" in the active rock category by Radio & Records trade magazine.