Tom Abrahams Biography
Tom Abrahams serves as a news anchor at ABC13 in Houston, Texas, he began working here in October 1999 and has worked there for 21 years. Previously, he worked as a news anchor at WABC-TV, an ABC television network, in New York City, he also worked as a news reporter in Durham, North Carolina at WTVD, an ABC owned-and-operated television station.
Tom Abrahams Age
Tom Abrahams was born in North Carolina, United States. However, he has kept silent on exact details of his age, review on this is being wheeled onwards, and will update this section soon as information is available.
Tom Abrahams Height
Tom stands at an approximate height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Tom Abrahams Education
Tom completed his high school course at Ravenscroft School. Then he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Florida.
Tom Abrahams Family
Despite Tom being a well-known person he has managed to hide details on his parents and siblings, research on this section is going on, and will soon fill out this section.
Tom Abrahams Wife
Tom is a married man to Charlotte Abrahams. The two are blessed with two kids and they reside in Houston, Texas.
Tom Abrahams Children
Tom and Charlotte have two kids.
Tom Abrahams Salary
Tom annually receives a salary of $81,235. This is in accordance with ABC13 anchor’s/reporter’s salaries.
Tom Abrahams Net Worth
Tom has an approximated net worth of $2 million.
Tom Abrahams Career
Tom serves as a news anchor at ABC13 in Houston, Texas, he commenced his work here in October 1999 and has worked there for 21 years. Before he worked as a news anchor in New York City at WABC-TV, an ABC television network. Also, he has worked as a news reporter in Durham, North Carolina at WTVD, an ABC owned-and-operated television station, then he also worked in Shreveport, Louisiana as a news reporter for a year at KPXJ, a CW-affiliated television station. He commenced his career as a columnist and editor at The Facts and The Henderson News newspapers.
Into the bargain, he also is a writer and has authored more than two dozen novels. He has covered various stories that relate to the economy, the environment, and energy, also he has interviewed five US Presidents, foreign heads of state, and cabinet members, and also he has reported and covered seven national political conventions. He has received various awards such as an Emmy, Associated Press Awards, a National Headliner, multiple Lone Star Press Club, and three regional Edward R. Murrow Awards.