Tess Rafols Biography

Tess Rafols is an established American journalist who has been a regular on Ch. 3’s top-rated show “Good Morning! Arizona” since January 2005. After hosting weekday morning shows for KEYT-TV in Santa Barbara, California, and WTOL in Toledo, Ohio, she joined Arizona in January 2005. She began her career as a reporter for the Orange County News Channel.

Tess Rafols Age

Tess Rafols was born in Southern California, in the USA in 1985. She is 37 years old.

Tess Rafols Height

Tess stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 5 in/1.65 m tall.

Tess Rafols Family

Tess was born and raised in Southern California by her kind and loving father and mother. She has not mentioned anything about her parents or whether she has siblings at this time.

Tess Rafols Husband

Tess is married to Vic, a loving and supportive husband. Cooper, Jaxon, and Zoey, their triplets born at 30 weeks, are the proud parents of the two.

Tess Rafols’ Children

Tess is a proud mother of her triplets, Cooper, Jaxon, and Zoey. Tess’ babies were born at only 30 weeks, and she refers to them as “little miracles.” The triplets are currently in elementary school and are healthy, energetic children.

Tess Rafols Education

After finishing primary and secondary education, Tess attended the University of Southern California. She later earned a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Southern California.

Tess Rafols Salary

Tess receives an annual salary of $73,116.

Tess Rafols Net Worth

Tess’s approximate net worth is $1 million.

Tess Rafols Career

Since January 2005, Tess has been waking up alongside Arizona on the top program on Ch. 3 called “Good Morning! Arizona.” On weekdays, she and Javier Soto co-anchor the program from 4:30 to 6 a.m., and she continues to perform segments and reports until 10 a.m. She formerly worked as a weekday morning anchor at WTOL in Toledo, Ohio, and KEYT-TV in Santa Barbara, California.

She commenced her career in journalism at the Orange County News Channel. She has covered everything from natural calamities like an F-5 tornado to presidential visits and investigative studies. Furthermore, her best stories are those that touch people’s hearts and aid those in need, as she does as a member of Arizona’s Family Surprise Squad.

In her segments such as “Tess’ Advice” and “Try it Tuesday with Tess,” she also enjoys giving money-saving and time-saving tips and ways to make life a little easier. She also enjoys volunteering in the community, primarily with animal and children’s charities such as the Arizona Humane Society, March of Dimes, and the Salvation Army.