ToGordon Tokumatsu Bio, Wiki
Gordon Tokumatsu is an Emmy award-winning Asian American Journalist working for NBC4 in Los Angeles, serving as a general assignment reporter. He has been working with this station since 1993.
Gordon Tokumatsu Age
Tokumatsu is 57 years old as of 2023. He was born in Hawaii on the 19th of March 1966.
Gordon Tokumatsu Height/Measurements
Tokumatsu stands approximately 6 feet 2 inches (1. 88m) and weighs around 91 kg.
Gordon Tokumatsu Education
For his education, Gordon attended the University of Southern California where he graduated earning a degree in broadcast journalism.
Gordon Tokumatsu Career
Tokumatsu works for NBC4 in Los Angeles, as a general assignment reporter. He arrived at the station in 1993. Gordon has reported on several high-profile news stories since joining NBC4, including a piece about an LAPD officer who ticketed an elderly lady for moving too slowly in a crosswalk. The story sparked nationwide interest and was picked up by a number of media platforms. Gordon was the first to disclose the identities of two guys arrested in the fatal 1997 North Hollywood bank robbery/shoot-out, and the first to cover the controversial harvesting of corneas by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office. He also reported on the tragic Oklahoma City bombing and the 1994 Northridge earthquake.
Before joining NBC4, Tokumatsu was a general assignment reporter for KCRA-TV, the NBC affiliate in Sacramento. He also produced and hosted Perceptions, a quarterly documentary-style Asian public affairs program. In 1992, he provided only live coverage of Hurricane Iniki from Hawaii for all satellite news networks. Gordon’s reports aired worldwide through the NBC News Channel and other outlets.
Prior to that, Tokumatsu served as a general assignment reporter for KLAS-TV in Las Vegas and commenced his TV profession at KESQ-TV in Palm Springs, California. He was bitten by the broadcasting bug while serving as a newswriter at KNX News Radio in Los Angeles.
Born and raised in Hawaii, Gordon is half “Nisei,” or 2nd-generation Japanese-American, and is also half English/Norwegian. He commits time to supporting Asian community affairs and is part of the Asian American Journalists Association. When not working, Gordon enjoys writing mystery fiction, working out, camping, and mountain biking. He resides in Los Angeles.
Gordon Tokumatsu Net Worth
In Gordon’s career as a journalist, he was able to amass a net worth between $1 Million and $ 5 million.
How Much Does Gordon Tokumatsu Earn?
Gordon acquires annual earnings that range between $ 111, 580, and $ 248, 975.
Gordon Tokumatsu’s Parents and Siblings
Born and raised in Hawaii, Gordon is half “Nisei,” or 2nd-generation Japanese-American, and is also half English/Norwegian. Besides this, the Veteran TV reporter has not revealed any further details regarding his mommy, daddy, or siblings if he has any.
Gordon Tokumatsu Wife
Tokumatsu keeps information regarding whether or not he is married or has children secret. When public information is out, an update on his spouse will be done.
Gordon Tokumatsu NBC4
Tokumatsu works at NBC4, where he works alongside his fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists, such as;
- Michelle Valles
- Adrian Arambulo
- David Biggar
- Michael Brownlee
- Ted Chen
- John Cádiz Klemack
- Randy Mac
- Carolyn Johnson
- Eric Leonard
- Robert Kovacik
- Belen De Leon
- Toni Guinyard
- Joel Grover
- Lolita Lopez
- Mekahlo Medina
- Lauren Coronado
- Hetty Chang
- Robin Winston
- Annabelle Sedano
- Darsha Philips
- Tony Shin
Gordon Tokumatsu Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
Tokumatsu is vocal on his social media accounts, where he posts often. On his Twitter account, he has about 2,292 Followers 3.6K followers on his Facebook page, and 1,140 Followers, on his Instagram account.