Tom Overlie Biography and Wiki
Tom Overlie (b. June 1969) is an American Emmy Award-winning anchor working for KTTC since joining the station in May 2000. He co-anchors the 6 pm and 10 pm weekday newscasts at KTTC News Center. Overlie served for five years in North Dakota for Meyer Television News KMOT-TV, as an Anchor, Producer, as well as Medical Reporter. He also worked for three years at KEYC-TV in Mankato, Minnesota.
Tom Overlie Age and Birthday
Tom Overlie was born in June 1969, in the United States. He is 51 years old as of 2021. His date of birth will be updated soon.
The media personality stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m) tall.
Tom Overlie Family
Tom’s folks served in West Africa, Nigeria in the 1960s as teachers. Tom’s sisters were born there in mud huts, and him in a fancy hospital in Minneapolis. His parents then went back to Africa in 1980 as publishers of a Lutheran magazine and he spent three years there, from ages 11 through 13.
However, further information regarding his parents has not yet been established since he has not revealed that kind of information.
Tom Overlie Husband
Overlie is openly gay about his sexuality. He and his boyfriend recently got engaged to be married. Further details of his partner will be updated soon.
Tom Overlie Salary
Overlie earns an annual salary estimated to range from $40,000 to $87,500. His contract with exact figures s yet to be made available.
Tom Overlie Net Worth
Tom Overlie has an estimated net worth ranging from $300k to $700k as of 2021. His primary source of income is his career as a Journalist.
Tom Overlie KTTC News
Tom entered the KTTC News Team in May 2000 as co-anchor of the 6 pm as well as 10 pm weekday newscasts. He previously served at North Dakota for Meyer Television News KMOT-TV, as an Anchor, Producer, and Medical Reporter for five years and also worked for three years at KEYC-TV in Mankato, Minnesota.
Overlie is the recipient of an astonishing 6 Emmy Awards for best newscast (Upper Midwest Chapter), is the Southeast Business Journal’s “One to Watch Under 40”, and has been named Best TV Newscaster for 3 years in a row (Rochester Magazine). Other news awards include those by the Minnesota Associated Press, Northwest Broadcast News-Eric Sevareid Award, Minnesota Broadcaster’s Association, and the North Dakota Broadcasters Association.