Thomas Drayton News Anchor) Bio-Wiki, Age, Wife, Fox 29, Net Worth

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Thomas Drayton Biography

This is what you need to know about Thomas Drayton an American Emmy award-winning anchor and correspondent.  He rejoined the FOX 29 News team in October 2016 as co-anchor of the 4-6 a.m. hours of “Good Day Philadelphia” after working as an international network correspondent and host. Previously he was co-anchor of the “FOX 29 News at Five” and “FOX 29 News at Ten” from September 2008 to 2013.

Thomas Drayton Age

Details about Thomas’s date of birth are not available, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Thomas Drayton Height

Thomas stands at an average height of 147 cm (1.47 m).

Thomas Drayton Family

Little is known about Thomas’s parent’s names, also there are no details about his siblings, therefore this information will be updated as soon as it’s available. However, his father was stationed at Fort Dix.

On July 13, 2018, Thomas celebrated her mother’s birthday by posting a video of him and her mother on his twitter account captioned “Celebrating my Mom’s Big Day!! Happy Birthday, Mom!!” He later attended Pepperdine University where he earned a B.A. in Telecommunications.

Thomas Drayton Wife

Thomas has not shared any information about his previous love life. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.

Thomas Drayton Net Worth

Matt has an estimated Net worth of $100k to 1 million. This is from his profession as a television actor.

Thomas Drayton Fox 29

Thomas rejoined the FOX 29 News team as co-anchor of the 4-6 a.m. hours of “Good Day Philadelphia” alongside Karen Hepp in October 2016. Before joining Fox 29  he was co-anchor of the “FOX 29 News at Five” and “FOX 29 News at Ten” from September 2008 to 2013. Thomas an Emmy award-winning anchor and correspondent, was an anchor and reporter in New York City, Denver, Sacramento, Anchorage, and Colorado Springs.

Previously he served as the Sacramento Vice President for the National Academy of Arts and Sciences, where he founded an additional academic scholarship for minority students who are interested in a broadcasting career.

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