Tony Morris Biography
Tony Morris was a British television presenter who was born and brought up in the city of Portsmouth in Hampshire. He served as a newsreader for ITV Granada Reports. Before that he worked as a reporter and bulletin presenter for BBC North West Tonight.
Tony Morris Age
He was born in Portsmouth on 30 September 1963 and died on 1 August 2020 at the age of 57, from kidney cancer.
Tony Morris Height
Tony stood at an average height with a moderate weight. Information on his other body measurements is currently unavailable at the moment.
Tony Morris Family
Tony was born and raised in Portsmouth, Hampshire, however, he has not disclosed any information on his family nor his siblings at the moment.
Tony Morris Education
Morris attended St. Luke’s Church of England School, presently, known as the Charter Academy, in the Southsea area of Portsmouth.
Tony Morris Wife and Children
Tony was married and leaves two adult children, Natalia and Rebecca, behind. His family, including his wife and daughters, live a very private life away from the spotlight. His daughters issued a statement after his passing, saying, “You all know him as ‘the guy off the tv,’ but we know him as our dad.”
Tony Morris Salary
Tony has not revealed his salary to the public at the moment.
Tony Morris Net Worth
As of 2021, Tony’s net worth is approximated to be ranging from $100,000-$1 million.
Tony Morris Death
Tony morris passed away on the 1st of August 2020 at the age of 57 from kidney cancer.
Tony Morris Career
Morris was a member of BBC Northwest Tonight after starting out as a correspondent for the flagship program in Manchester, he climbed through the ranks to present shorter bulletins, normally on weekends, and the area bulletin after the BBC News at Ten.
He worked as a national news correspondent for the BBC for a brief time in his later years, based in London. Morris also co-hosted The Very Useful Show, a BBC Birmingham morning broadcast, in 1997.
Morris joined ITV Granada as the new male co-anchor for Granada Reports in 2003, alongside Lucy Meacock. After the departures of presenters Antony Wilson and So Rahman, this happened. He most recently served at the station, where he alternated lunchtime and late bulletins.
In September 2013, he marked ten years with Granada Reports. Morris guest-starred on the ITV Weekend News in 2007 after Granada Reports became the first area news show to win a BAFTA.