April Thompson Biography
April Thompson is a famous American journalist presently serving at News Channel 3 in Memphis as a News reporter and anchor. She joined the station’s news team in 1992.
In his free time, she enjoys hiking, traveling, cooking, reading novels as well as going out to restaurants with her family and friends. April takes part in the community by volunteering in non-profit organizations that aid the less fortunate and needy in the community.
April Thompson Age
April Thompson was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States of America. She is around 53 years old, although she has not revealed her exact date and year of birth to the public.
April Thompson Height
April stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (approx. 1.62m) tall.
April Thompson Family
April Thompson was born and also brought up under the support, love, and care of her caring and supportive parents in Atlanta, United States of America. April was brought up together with her younger sister named Stephanie.
April Thompson Education
She matriculated at the University of Georgia, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism. Later, she decided to further her knowledge and therefore joined the University of Memphis where she attained her Master f Arts degree in Business Finance.
April Thompson Husband
April Thompson is gladly hitched to her nice-looking and caring husband named Christopher Jonathan Tritto. The adorable couple tied the knot on 7th June 2003, in Columbia. April and Christopher reside in Memphis.
April Thompson Salary
She pockets a decent salary of $98,960 annually. This is in accordance with WREG-TV anchors/reporters’ salaries.
April Thompson Net Worth
April Thompson has stockpiled a reliable amount of wealth over the years he has served and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million.
April Thompson Career
At this present moment, April serves at WREG-TV as a news anchor and reporter since June 1992. There, April anchors the 4 pm as well as 4:30 pm weekday newscasts. She debuted her journalism career as a reporter at a local radio station in Griffin, Georgia.
She later left and moved to local televisions located in Montgomery and Huntsville, Alabama where she served for several years as a reporter. For her magnificent reporting, the Tennessee School Board Association honored with her an Excellence Award.