Emmy-winning weather forecaster Evan Thomas is best known as the first certified American television meteorologist. He is one of the New York Times bestselling authors and has been serving in this sector for more than thirty years.
Apart from his professional life, Evan Thomas, who is a famous author as well as anchor, has maintained his low key personal life to his audience.
Married Life And Family Details
Regarding the personal life of Evan, he is tight-lipped and has never even mentioned about his romantic life. But as per some source, it has come to light that Evan is happily married to beautiful wife, Osceola.
The couple even shares a daughter, Louisa Thomas together.
Though Evan hasn't mentioned about his personal life, her daughter's married life is not secretive to the media. Louisa Thomas got married with Justin Reynolds, a son of Kristine and Robert Reynolds on 29 September in 2007 at Marthas's Vineyard.
Evans's daughter Louisa tweeted regarding her mother on 12 October 2012. (Photo: Louisa's twitter)
Well, Louisa is very close to her parents and keeps mentioning them in most of her tweets. Back on 12 October 2012, she mentioned her mother in one of the tweets about the celebration.
Well talking about his late father, Evan Welling Thomas 2nd, who was a book editor, has published dozens of books, including John F. Kennedy's "Profile in Courage." Sadly, Evan died at the age of 78 at the Preston Health Center in Hilton Head.
Evan Thomas's Short Bio And Career
Evan Thomas, birth name Evan Welling Thomas III, was born on 25 April 1951 in Huntington, New York.
As per his education, he did his schooling from Phillips Academy. He graduated with a degree in B.A from Harvard University in 1973 and finished graduation from the University of Virginia of Law in JD.
Talking about his profession, Evan started his career as an editor at Newsweek in 1991. Working as the crew at Newsweek, he achieved a lot. He won numerous journalism awards while working there including National Magazine Award in1998. While working in Newsweek, he even worked for the weekly public affairs TV show Inside Washington.
Evan served as an editor at Newsweek for twenty-four years. He even worked as a regular panelist for twenty years on the weekly public affairs TV show Inside Washington until the show ceased production in December 2013.
Thomas taught journalism and writing at Princeton and Harvard between 2003 and 2014. For seven years, from 2007 to 2014, he was the Ferris Professor of Journalism in residence at Princeton.
Evan is also an author. He has altogether written nine books till now The Wise Men (with Walter Isaacson), The Man to See, The Very Best Men, Robert Kennedy, John Paul Jones, The War Lovers, Ike’s Bluff, and Being Nixon. John Paul Jones and Sea of Thunder.