Tony Geftos Bio, Age, Family, Wife,13ABC, Salary, Net Worth

Tony Geftos

Tony Geftos Biography

Tony Geftos is an American 2-time Emmy award-winning news anchor and reporter working for 13ABC. He joined WTVG-TV in June 2000 and since September 2021, he has been the co-anchor of Action News at 4 PM with Christina Williams. Additionally, Geftos can be seen reporting during 13abc Action News at 11 PM.

Tony Geftos Age

Geftos has not told the public about his age.

Tony Geftos Height

He stands at 5 feet 9 inches tall.

Tony Geftos Education

He graduated from Riverview Community High School approximately 40 minutes north of Toledo in downriver Detroit. Geftos is also an alumnus of Western Michigan University (WMU). During his time at WMU, he was part of the Bronco Marching Band and a member of the radio evolution at 89.1 FM WIDR, Kalamazoo.

Tony Geftos Family

Geftos has not informed the public about his parents however, he has a brother Todd Geftos and his cousins are Katheleen Ann Geftos and Jim Katie Connors.

Tony Geftos Wife

Geftos wife is called Colleen the couple wedded in 2003 at Rosary Cathedral Parish.

Tony Geftos Children

Colleen and Geftos have two children together and during his leisure time, Geftos likes to have a good time with his wife and two kids.

Tony Geftos 13ABC

Geftos is the news anchor and reporter of 13ABC. Before moving to Toledo, he worked at the Silent City of Rocks National Reserve in Idaho as an interpretive ranger. While there he played a role in the Times-News in Twin Falls, ID. Later, he transitioned to television by joining KGWC-TV in Casper, WY as a reporter, where he met his partner while taking part in opposite leads in a Stage III Community Theatre production of “I Hate Hamlet.” Afterward, he traveled to Santa Barbara, Central California where he got his second broadcasting job.

Moreover, Geftos works for The University of Toledo as an adjunct instructor. His job is to teach Television Production, Public Presentations and Writing for Media. Besides that, from 2018 until 2019, he used to be the president of the Ohio Associated Press Media Editors.

Of late, Geftos published 2 children’s books called “A Plague of Heart-Shaped Pox” and The Heart-Shaped Pox”, according to his knowledge of long-lasting grown-up chickenpox on Valentine’s Day. The books were illustrated by local cartoonist Don Lee.

In his leisure time, he loves to play alto saxophone in the Polish American Concert Band, working as an emcee for different charity events.

Tony Geftos Salary

He aerns an estimated salary of $10,000 – $100,000.

Tony Geftos Net Worth

His approximated net worth ranges between $1 million – $5 million.

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