Kaity Tong (Actress and Tv Personality), born on July 23, 1947 in Quingdao, China. Kaity Tong's age 71 years & Zodiac Sign Leo, nationality Chinese (by birth) & Race/Ethnicity is Asian. Let's check, How Tall is Kaity Tong?
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Best known for her work on the 6:30 pm news on PIX11 News, Tong is one of the most popular television personalities on news television. In May 2018 Tong experienced severe abdominal complications in her abdomen, and she required two surgeries to correct acute gastrointestinal perforation.
Is Kaity Tong still married?
Kaity TongOccupationAmerican television journalist/news anchorSpouse(s)Robert Long (divorced); 1 child Patrick Callahan (divorced)ChildrenPhilip Long
How long has Kaity Tong been on WPIX?
After 10 years at WABC’s “Eyewitness News”, Kaity joined WPIX, where she co-anchored the 10 p.m. news for nearly 20 years.
Did Kaity Tong have surgery?
Longtime WPIX anchor Kaity Tong is back on the desk after a six-month medical leave. The weekend anchor had been in and out of the hospital, and ended up having colon surgery.
Kaity Tong is a Chinese-born American broadcast journalist. She has been a television news anchor in New York City since 1981. Kaity Tong was born in Qingdao, China and arrived in the United States with her family at age four. Her parents Americanized their names to George and Anita Tong. She became a United States citizen in 1985. Growing up in Washington D.C., she was inspired to become a journalist by her great-uncle, Hollington K. Tong, an ambassador to the US from China as well as an acclaimed author. Her mother worked for the Voice of America as a broadcaster and producer in Washington D.C. Kaity attended Bryn Mawr College on an academic scholarship. She graduated with honors with a bachelor of arts degree in English literature. She was accepted to the doctoral program of Stanford University in Chinese and Japanese literature, and she intended to be an instructor in English literature. However, while at Stanford, Tong began her broadcasting career, getting what she thought would be a summer job as morning editor and producer for KPIX-TV All-News Radio in San Francisco. The summer job turned into a year-long stint at the radio station which was the top all-news station in San Francisco. Tong managed to complete her master’s degree in Asian studies but was sidetracked by the news business.Read Full Biography Wikipedia