|Full Name||Tom Edward Llamas|
|Birth Name||Tom Edward Llamas|
|Birth Country||United States|
|No Of Children||3|
|Date of Birth||July 2,1979|
Emmy Award-winning journalist, Tom Llamas is working for ABC News' World News Tonight. On his journey from NBC to ABC, he made coverage on some huge issues like human smuggling.
Llamas was born on 2nd May 1979 in Miami under the sun sign Taurus. Further, he is American and is of White ethnic background.
Tom Llamas tied the knot to Jennifer Llamas. They are private when it comes to their marriage, and dating life so, has kept every detail to themselves.
The soulmates further, post several pictures of them on their social media, which shows their blissful conjugal life. More to that, they are together for years without any divorce rumors.
Tom and his wife, Jennifer, are the parents of three children, a son, and two daughters. The children completed their family of five.
The couple's first kid, a daughter, was born between 2012-2013. Similarly, their second daughter, Juliette, was born on 17th December 2015. Further, they welcome their third child in 2017. Despite the busy schedule, Tom somehow manages to spend time with his kids and wife.
Back in 2017, he tweeted breaking news where he wrote that he was witnessing ''looting'' in the area grappling with catastrophic floods and supply shortages. Also there as a dead body nearby.
Soon after his tweeted, he received many hate comments. He tweet again, mentioning that he had informed the police.
In the response, he made the things clear by another tweet.
Tom Llamas has a net worth of around $1 million, which is less than that of journalist Jeff Rossen. He is making the amount from his journalism career.
A News Anchor in NBC further, makes a salary of $87,153 ranging from $52,661 to $108,353. Similarly, a reporter of NBC makes $52,654 annually.
Tom Llamas joined NBC in his initial phase. During his tenure, he covered the September 11th attacks and the war with Afghanistan.
Along with NBC, he also worked at MSNBC as a reporter and anchor. On MSNBC, he made the coverage of the Presidential campaigns 2005.
Two years later, his career took off after he became the first-ever journalist embedded with the Coast Guard during a human smuggling interdiction at sea. He made a documentary story where he shoed about Cuban refugees smuggling to the US via boats.
Not only this, but the brave journalist also made a coverage of Hurricane Sandy. For his bravery, he was awarded Emmy Awards in 2013.
The following year, Llamas joined ABC news and substituted one of the best journalists David Muir on ABC World News Tonight. Later, he became an anchor of ABC World News Tonight. Moreover, in 2016, he reported on Republican candidates during the US Presidential campaign.
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