Holly Harper

Morning Traffic Anchor/Suncoast View
Holly Harper

Holly Harper is excited to be back in Florida! She worked for Walt Disney World Entertainment from 2007-2012 and was always looking for a way to come back to the Sunshine State.

Before coming to WWSB, Holly spent 2 years in Lansing, Michigan, launching and co-hosting a live, local lifestyle show, Studio 10. Prior to that, she spent 2 years in TV in Nebraska as an anchor and reporter, and 5 years in TV and radio in Salt Lake City in various capacities including as a radio traffic reporter and working the assignment desk. While in Utah, she also worked a season with The Salt Lake Bees baseball team.

She is in her 10th year as a Wish Granter for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and loves to grant wishes for her Florida wish kids.

Holly loves to dance and has been a Hackenslash Chainsaw Dancer at Lagoon’s Frightmares, a high and middle school cheerleading coach and worked for Radio Disney AM910 as a dancer and emcee. She judges competitions for the Miss America Organization, most recently judging the Miss Michigan competition, and has served as the judge’s chair for a competition in Utah and was a board member for the Miss Nebraska competition.

You can catch a glimpse of her in Disney Channel’s "Cloud 9" as a snowboarder and in the basketball scene in "High School Musical 3." She has been an extra in Disney Channel’s “Andi Mack”, an Intel commercial with Lebron James, the TV series "Yellowstone,” a Hallmark movie called "Switched For Christmas” and Jared Hess’s movie “Don Verdean.”

Holly attended Utah State University where she earned a degree in Journalism and Communications and a minor in Parks and Recreation. In her spare time, Holly likes to geocache, do High Fitness, go to Disney, hike, snowboard, go to the beach, eat sushi or try something adventurous. Fun fact about Holly: she’s never been to kindergarten!

Holly and her husband, Jace, got engaged at Disneyland and they have been coworkers at 4 different TV stations, including here at WWSB!

  • Utah State University
  • Journalism and Communications