Tom Sherwood Age
Tom Sherwood was born in Atlanta, Georgia the USA. He is around 70 years old.
Tom Sherwood Height
Tom stands at an average height of 5 ft 6 in/1.71 m tall.
Tom Sherwood Family
Tom was born in the United States of America to loving and supportive parents in Atlanta, Georgia. He has an elder brother who is a year his senior. Likewise, information about his family’s whereabouts (parents and brother) is kept private.
Tom Sherwood Wife
Tom is married with a son. When it comes to his personal connection, he keeps a low profile. As a result, there are no specifics about his wife and son’s whereabouts.
Tom Sherwood Education
In 1964, Tom attended and graduated from a local high school. He continued on to Georgia State University after that. After graduating from high school, he worked as a copyboy for The Atlanta Constitution for over a decade. He stood guard over the news wire machines, which clattered and printed paper rolls of news from local, national, and worldwide sources.
Tom Sherwood Salary
Tom annually earns a salary of $81,760.
Tom Sherwood Net Worth
Tom’s estimated net worth is $1 million.
Tom Sherwood Career
In Washington, D.C., he works as a Political Analyst for WAMU 88.5 FM Politics Hour. In 2009, he joined the political analyst team. For almost ten years, Tom and Kojo Nnamdi have hosted a show at Politica Hours every Friday at noon. They interview a wide range of guests. He also writes for The Washington City Paper as a contributor.
Prior to joining MAMU, he worked as a reporter for NBC4 Washington for 28 years. He started at the station in 1989 and quit in 2017, despite the fact that the station pledged to double his compensation. In addition, he primarily wrote on politics for the station. In 1994, Tom co-wrote the book Dream City with journalist Harry Jaffe.
His reporting career began at The Washington Post in 1974. He worked as an associate editor, a night police reporter, a city government reporter, and a Richmond bureau chief over the course of 15 years. During his last three years at Post, he covered Mayor Marion Barry. Prior to his employment, he served in the United States Navy Reserves for 18 months at the Washington Naval Yard in 1968.