Gordon Tokumatsu Biography
Gordon Tokumatsu is an American Emmy award-winning general assignment reporter for NBC4 he joined the station in 1993 and he is currently working for the station.
Gordon Tokumatsu Age
Tokumatsu age is not publicly known.
Gordon Tokumatsu Height
He stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Gordon Tokumatsu Education
Tokumatsu is well educated he likes to keep his private life away from the public and has not shared any information regarding his educational background.
Gordon Tokumatsu Family
Tokumatsu lives in Los Angeles. He has not revealed any information concerning his parents, relatives and even his siblings.
Gordon Tokumatsu Wife
Gordon has not shared anything about his marital status or relationship. He keeps his personal life away from the public eye.
Gordon Tokumatsu NBC4
Prior to joining NBC4 Tokumatsu started his career at KESQ-TV in Palm Springs, California. He worked for KNX News Radio in Los Angeles where he was bitten by the broadcasting bug while working as a newswriter. Afterward, he joined KLAS-TV in Las Vegas as a general assignment reporter.
Tokumatsu moved to KCRA-TV, the NBC affiliate in Sacramento where he worked as a general assignment reporter for the station. Furthermore, he hosted and produced Perceptions, an Asian public affairs program quarterly that is documentary-style. He provided sole live reporting of Hurricane Iniki from Hawaii for every satellite news network. His reports aired worldwide through other outlets and the NBC News Channel.
He started working for NBC4 in 1993 covering a couple of high-profile news stories since he started working for the station. During his tenure at the station, he has covered a section where an elderly woman was moving too slowly in a crosswalk and as a result, an LAPD officer gave her a ticket. The story was picked up by a number of media outlets after sparking national interest. He covered the tragic Oklahoma City bombing and the 1994 Northridge earthquake. He was the first to report on the controversial harvesting of corneas by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office. Finally, he was the first to reveal the identities of two men arrested in the deadly 1997 North Hollywood bank robbery/shoot-out.
Tokumatsu offers his time by supporting Asian community events. He is part of the Asian American Journalists Association.
Gordon Tokumatsu Hawaii, English/Norwegian
Firstly, Tokumatsu was born in Hawaii and he is half “Nisei,” or second-generation Japanese-American. Moreover, he is half English/Norwegian.
Gordon Tokumatsu Hobbies
He spends his free time writing mystery fiction, working out, mountain biking and camping.
Gordon Tokumatsu Salary
Tokumatsu earns an approximated salary of $10,000 – $100,000.
Gordon Tokumatsu Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.