Lee Thomas Biography
Lee Thomas is a skillful American and Emmy award-winning. As of now, he is the entertainment reporter for WJBK Fox 2 News in Southfield, Michigan. Sadly, during the begging of his career, Thoams has diagnosed with vitiligo an autoimmune disease that destroys skin pigment.
Lee Thomas Age
Thomas was born in Gary, Indiana, United State on September 15, 1967. He is 53 years old as of 2020.
Lee Thomas Height
Thomas stands on an average height of 5 Feet 4 inches tall.
Lee Thomas Family
He was born in Gary, Indiana, the United States to his parents. Although, he has not disclosed any information about his parents and siblings.
Lee Thomas Wife
Thomas’s marital status is not publically known. However, it’s not known if he is married, single, divorced, or engaged. Also, Thomas has not shared any information about his children.
Lee Thomas Education
Thomas earned his Bachelor of Arts in Communication from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
Lee Thomas Salary
Thomas receives an annual salary of $63,344.This is according to the Fox 2 reporters’ salary.
Lee Thomas Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $500K U.S dollars.
Lee Thomas Career
Thomas started his broadcasting career as an anchor, where he covered the Oscars, nevertheless, he did live interviews with astronauts on the space station. In addition, he spent three weeks in Los Angeles during the riots. Thomas was a correspondent.
On the nationally syndicated “Channel One” teens news program with entertainment which was his comfort. He was with “Louisville Tonight Live” for short time and went to Fan Fair in Nashville and later The Kentucky Derby. He later landed a job at ABC’s flagship local affiliate in NYC, as the entertainment and feature reporter.
Where he got the opportunity to talk to people like Paul Newman and Christie Brinkly while covering the Grammys to the Tonys. Additionally, Thomas went from reporting in New York City to anchor and entertainment at Fox 2.Unfortunately. during the begging of his career, Thoams has diagnosed with vitiligo an autoimmune disease that destroys skin pigment.
Being a television broadcasting, that could mean a disaster but turned out to be the biggest blessing in his life. My memoir “Turning White” was released through the regional publisher, Momentum Books, his story was overwhelming and he is thankful and humbled to be accepted.
Thomas is fortunate to have his dreams and sharing his life experience has been the most rewarding surprise surprise on this journey.