Monty Torres Bio, Wiki
Monty Torres is an American Anchor/ Reporter working for KMPH / FOX 26 serving the station as an Evening Anchor. He has been working with this station since 2006 based in Fresno, California, United States.
Monty Torres Age
Torres manages to keep information regarding his dates of birth away from the limelight. An update of his age will be done once he has made the information public. However, judging from his appearance, he might be in his 50s.
Monty Torres Height/Measurements
Torres stands at the height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Monty Torres Education
Torres studied Political Science and Psychology at UCLA and Brigham Young University. He attended Loyola Law School in Los Angeles for a year before leaving to begin a professional certificate program in Broadcast Journalism at UCLA. Monty is interested in a wide range of sports. He is a boxing and martial arts enthusiast and former competitor.
Monty Torres Career
Torres works at KMPH-TV/FOX 26 News in Fresno, California where he serves the station as an Evening Anchor for the 10 O’clock News since 2006. He is happy to be back home as he was born and raised in Southern California where his parents and siblings still live. Monty also has an extended family throughout California, including the Valley. Prior to that, he worked at NBC as the new morning show anchor for their station in Raleigh, North Carolina. Asides from his duties as a morning show anchor/reporter for WNCN, he was also promoted to Executive Producer/Host of the station’s only locally produced public affairs show, “At Issue.”
Previously, Monty served as the main evening anchor for WXMI-TV, the FOX affiliate in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Before that, he worked at NBC affiliate station WBBH in Fort Myers, Florida where he was serving the station as a weekday anchor for the noon and early evening news. He first joined the KMPH-TV team in the year 1996 where he was serving the station as a general assignment reporter. Asides from this, he has also held positions as the L.A. bureau chief of the Philippine News and as an anchor and reporter at KMIR-TV in Palm Springs, California.
Moreover, he has also worked as the morning co-host for KCOP-TV’s community affairs shows, “In Studio,” in Los Angeles for 3 seasons. Furthermore, he began his broadcasting career as a weekend anchor at KYHY-TV in Los Angeles, California. Asides from that, he was also asked to create, host, and produce another public affair show to address the concerns of North Carolina’s fast-growing Hispanic population. “Viva Carolina” began to receive positive reviews from state Hispanic leaders, viewers-at-large, and the Hispanic community.
Monty Torres’s Net Worth
In Torres’s career as an anchor, he has been able to accumulate a net worth ranging between $1 Million and $3 Million.
How Much Does Monty Torres Earn?
He receives annual earnings that range between $35,000 and $100,000.
Monty Torres’s Parents and Siblings
Torres was born and raised in the United States, he manages to keep information regarding his parents and whether or not he has any siblings away from the limelight. An update of his family information will be done when available.
Monty Torres Spouse
Torres manages to keep information regarding whether or not he is in marriage private. An update of his marital status will be done when available.
Monty Torres Kids
Torres keeps information regarding whether he has any children away from the public. However, an update regarding his children will be done once available.
Monty Torres KMPH / FOX 26
Torres works at KMPH / FOX 26 where he works alongside his fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists such as;
- Kopi Sotiropulos
- Kim Stephens
- Liz Gonzalez
- Jim De La Vega
- Kevan Ramer
- Justin Willis
- Kimberly Kolliner
- Ralph Wood
- Sammi Jo Francis
Monty Torres Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram
Heis vocal on his social media accounts where he posts frequently. On his Twitter account, he has about 1k followers, around 3k followers on his Facebook page, and about 499 followers on his Instagram account.