Serving buyers and sellers across Los Angeles, Kirk brings a reputation for his impeccable service and communication to The Agency, working alongside Aileen Comora and Paul Lester, founding partners of the brokerage.
Before making his transition to real estate, Kirk spent 16 years as an award-winning news anchor, reporter, and correspondent for ABC News, NBC News, KCBS/KCAL and most recently, KTLA. Over the course of his career, he has appeared in feature films and television shows playing himself. He has also covered hurricanes, wildfires, and notable entertainment milestones, including the death of Michael Jackson. Kirk has been recognized by the L.A. Press Club for his breaking news reporting, and his feature story about a wayward marmot earned him an Edward R. Murrow award.
Helping viewers understand complex issues was Kirk’s focus as a journalist, and he leverages that same skill as he facilitates the real estate process for his clients. Just as he protects the privacy of his sources, he maintains strict confidentiality standards for his clients; trust, energy, and patience are hallmarks of his work ethic as he tirelessly investigates and researches opportunities for prospective buyers and sellers.
In his free time, Kirk loves to travel and volunteers for a number of causes he holds dear, including prostate cancer research, LGBT suicide prevention, and combat veteran employment assistance. He also enjoys speaking to high school leadership students at the Youth Citizenship Seminar at Pepperdine University.
A native of Agoura Hills, Kirk graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with degrees in Political Science, Communication, and History.