Tony Thomas Biography and Wiki
Tony Thomas (Born Charles Anthony Jacobs) is a famous television and film producer from the United States who has been nominated for an Academy Award. He produced Dead Poets Society, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture in 1989, as well as Insomnia and other films.
Tony Thomas Education
H holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, Illinois.
Tony Thomas’s Age and Birthday
How old is Tony? He is 73 years old as of 2021. He was born Charles Anthony Jacobs on 7 December 1948 in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States. Tony celebrates his birthday every 7th of December.
Tony Thomas Ethnicity and Nationality
What ethnicity is Tony? he belongs to the white ethnicity/heritage, he was born and raised in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, the United States and he holds American nationality. ALSO READ: Amy Purdy
Tony Thomas Height and Measurements
Tony’s height is not yet disclosed. However, information about his other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible, information regarding his other body measurements is currently under review.
Tony Thomas Early Life| Family and Parents
Charles Anthony Thomas was born and raised in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, the son of Danny Thomas, an actor, and philanthropist, and Rose Marie Cassaniti. Thomas was born alongside his other younger siblings Terre and Marlo Thomas, both actresses.
Tony Thomas Married | First Wife
Thomas is happily married to Ann Souder since 2005. The two tied a knot On Christmas Eve 2005, in Montecito, California.
Tony Thomas Children and Daughter
He is confidential when it comes to matters concerning his personal life. Tony has not yet shared any information regarding his daughter. It’s therefore not known whether he has children.
Tony Thomas’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $150 Million. This includes his property, funds, and earnings. His main source of income is his work as a journalist and a film producer.
Thomas began his career in Hollywood film/TV production as an associate producer at Screen Gems on the critically acclaimed television film Brian’s Song. Witt/Thomas Productions (alternatively Witt/Thomas/Harris Productions) was founded in 1974 by him and producer Paul Junger Witt and his wife Susan Harris, and it produced a number of successful television shows from the 1970s to the 1990s. Among his many TV shows are The Practice (1976-1977), Nurses, Herman’s Head, Soap, Blossom, Empty Nest, Benson, Beauty and the Beast, The Golden Girls, Brotherly Love, Benson, The John Larroquette Show, and It’s a Living. As a producer, he worked on the feature film Dead Poets Society.
He got his first full-time reporting job at a television station before finishing his education. His first job was at Rockford, Illinois’ WIFR-TV. Tony moved to Atlanta after working as an anchor and investigative reporter in Madison, Wisconsin and Las Vegas, Nevada. Since moving to Atlanta, Tony has covered nearly every major event in the Southeast, including hurricanes, tornadoes, the Virginia Tech mass shootings, and the search for and capture of Olympic Park Bomber Eric Rudolph. Tony has seven Emmy nominations in the category of Southeast Regional Programming. In 2002, he received a National Spot News Emmy nomination for his helicopter footage of a high-speed chase through Atlanta. Tony is a die-hard Chicago Cubs baseball fan in his spare time.