Last updated on October 11th, 2020 at 11:23 pm
Tony McEwing Biography and Wiki
Tony Mcewing is an American award-winning journalist, anchor and reporter currently co-anchors Good Day LA from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. with Araksya Karapetyan, at KTTV FOX 11, in Los Angeles, California. He joined the station in 1993. McEwing is also an actor and writer well recognized for his roles in the films like Momma’s House (2000), The United States of Leland (2003), and Songs of our Success (2009).
Tony McEwing Education
Tony attended and graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University with a Master’s degree in editorial broadcasting in 1981. He also received a Bachelor of Science in education in 1978 and attended the School of Law.
Tony McEwing Age and Birthday
McEwing’s information regarding when he was born and celebrates his birthday is not yet available. It will be updated once confirmed.
Tony McEwing Parents
Details regarding Tony’s parents and siblings is not available. It’s still under research.
Tony McEwing Wife
Unlike many journalists, McEwing is confidential when it comes to matters concerning his personal life. He does not talk or share if he is married or not.
Tony McEwing Height
Tony stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m). However, details about his other body measurement are not available.
Tony McEwing Salary
McEwing as a Co-host of Good Day LA at FOX 11 earns an estimated salary of $94,595 annually.
Tony McEwing Net Worth
Tony as an accomplished news anchor, actor, and writer has an estimated net worth from $2.
Tony McEwing Good Day LA, FOX 11
McEwing served as a reporter for The News-Sun, the biggest daily newspaper in rural (Chicago) Lake County, where he covered the business and industry beat throughout the late spring of 1980. As an on-screen actor and author, he is known for Big Momma’s House (2000), The United States of Leland (2003), and Songs of our Success (2009).
Tony spent 12 years working at KXTV, then the CBS partner in Sacramento, where he anchored the morning and early afternoon newscasts. There, he documented in-depth reports on the Southland, including the Rodney King preliminary and the common turmoil. Before joining KXTV, he was the Washington, D.C. correspondent for WDSU, the NBC member in New Orleans, Louisiana from 1980-81.
McEwing joined KTTV FOX 11 in 1993 to anchor Fox 11 Morning News and furthermore co-anchored Good Day LA from April 1994 to April 1995. He was then honored with Emmy Awards for his half-hour specials “Songs of Our Success” in 2001 and 2003. He recorded a three-section report on the Los Angeles Mission’s yearlong recovery program that earned a selection for a Los Angeles zone Emmy grant in 1997.
These reports were later compiled into the half-hour news special, Mission of Hope. They won the national Iris Award in the Best Current Affairs class, won a Golden Mike Award for Best Documentary, and furthermore earned a National Emmy selection in 1998.
Tony McEwing Bell’s Palsy | Health
On February 21, 2020, Tony shared his information on his Facebook account why he was off the air for a couple of weeks, he revealed that after waking up two weeks before being hospitalized, the right side of his face was partially paralyzed and later was diagnosed with a condition known as Bell’s palsy.