Tony Dokoupil CBS, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, First Wife, Wife, Salary, and Net Worth

Tony Dokoupil Biography and Wiki

Tony Dokoupil is an American journalist and author currently working for CBS News as a co-host for “CBS Sunday Morning.” Before he became a co-host of “CBS Sunday Morning,” he was The CBS News correspondent and the “CBS Sunday Morning” contributor. Tony joined CBS News in 2016 and has conducted several interviews with major artists, entertainers, and newsmakers.

Among the categories of people interviewed, he also interviewed the First Lady Hillary Clinton, comedy legend Steve Martin, and Dolly Parton, a music superstar. Prior to joining CBS News, Tony worked for NBC for three years, where he recently worked as a correspondent for MSNBC.

Tony DokoupilAge

He was born on December 24, 1980, in Miami, U.S.A. Tony is 40 years old in 2020 and celebrates his birthday on December 24 every year.

Tony Dokoupil Height

According to his surroundings, Tony appears to be tall in stature. His estimated height could be around 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.8 m). However, his exact height is not available.

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Tony Dokoupil Family

He was born to his parents Anthony Edward Dokoupil and Ann in Miami, United States. The family was happy together as a whole until Tony was 6 years old. His father famously known as “Big Tony” turned into a drug addict and stopped supporting his family and life was never the same for his wife and son.

Ann was a teacher in the West Virginia area. She had to be the breadwinner of the family as well as raising her on her own. They relocated to Maryland where life was not easy on their end. Tony turned out to be a talented child learning a lot at a young age.

Tony Dokoupil Father

Tony’s father Anthony Edward Dokoupil famously known as “Big Tony” turned out to be a drug addict when his son was only six years old. He abandoned his family and stopped supporting them. Things were never the same for his wife and son who had to face all the challenges with their heads up high and not lose hope.

Tony Dokoupil Education

Tony enrolled in George Washington University where he completed his course in Marketing and Communication. He later pursued his studies at Colombia University where he did his Master of Arts in American studies. He studied alongside the grandchildren of former President George Bush. In addition, Tony started his Ph.D. degree but never completed it.

Tony Dokoupil First Wife

Tony Dokoul was first married to an anonymous woman before he met Katy Tur. His first wife worked in Human Rights and had two children together a son named Tony Jr. Their marriage came to an end in 2013 when the couple divorced.

Tony Dokoupil Wife

Tony is married ton Katy Tur, an American journalist and author currently working as a correspondent for NBC News. The couple met in the MSNBC makeup room. They wedded on October 27, 2017, in Utah desert and were later blessed with a baby named Theodore Dokoupil on April 13, 2019.

Tony Dokoupil Children

Tony is a proud father of three children, one with his current wife Katy and two with his ex-wife. He makes sure to spend as much time with his kids as he can.

Tony Dokoupil CBS

Tony is currently working as a co-host for “CBS This Morning.” Before he became a co-host of “CBS Sunday Morning,” he was The CBS News correspondent and the “CBS Sunday Morning” contributor. Tony joined CBS News in 2016 and has conducted various interviews on artists, entertainers, and newsmakers. Among the interviews he conducted, he also interviewed First Lady Hillary Clinton, comedy legend steve Martin, and music superstar Dolly Parton.

He has covered various stories for “CBS Sunday Morning” including the scourage of suicide, a successful rehab program for drug and alcohol-addicted airline pilots, and the promise and peril of electronic cigarettes. Tony has written various articles as the daily “CBS This Morning” and the “CBS Evening News” reporter about marijuana legalization, digital privacy, and the second amendment. He has also served at CBSN, the CBS Weekend News, and CBS This Morning as a substitute anchor.

Prior to joining CBS News, Tony worked for NBC for three years, where he recently worked as a correspondent for MSNBC. He reported on many national stories as the network’s lead reporter including the Paris climate agreement, the Flint water crisis, and the 2016 presidential primaries. Tony worked as a senior writer at Newsweek and The Daily Beast from 2007-2013.

Apart from being a journalist, Tony is also an author. He has written various books including The Last Pirate: A Father, His Son, and the Golden Age Marijuana, a biography about his father’s exploits in exporting marijuana during the 1970s and 1980s.

Some of Tony Dokoupil’s Colleagues at CBS are:

Cindy Hsu – Anchor and reporter

Anthony Mason – News Correspondent & Co-host

Mitchelle Miller – National Correspondent

Elise Finch – Meteorologist

Adam Yamaguchi – Executive Producer & correspondent

Jennifer Valdez – Chief Meteorologist

Tony Dokoupil Salary

Tony has been in the journalism field for quite some time now working with different media houses. He has more than 10 years of working experience and is sure to make an impressive amount due to his professionalism. His estimated salary could be around $75,000-120,000. However, his exact salary is not disclosed.

Tony Dokoupil Net Worth

Having worked in the Media Industry for more than a decade, tony is able to secure a decent future for him and his family. His estimated Net Worth could be around $800,000-1.2 Million. However, his exact Net Worth is not revealed.

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How Tall Is Tony Dokoupil?

Tony’s estimated height is around 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.8 m). However, his exact height is not available.

What Nationality Is Tony Dokoupil?

Tony’s nationality is American. He was born in Miami in the United States.

How Old Is Tony Dokoupil?

Tony is 4o years old in 2020. He was born on December 24, 1980, in Miami, U.S.A.