Anthony Everett is a news anchor for WCVB-TV, the ABC affiliate in Boston, Massachusetts. He is best known as a co-host of the channel's news magazine Chronicle and also as a sportscaster.
Anthony Everett's professional life is a clear picture although his personal life is somehow a mystery still left to be revealed. Today we have the love life of Anthony for you. He is a 37-years-old married man. Know who the wife is? Stay with us to know about the details.
Anthony is always tight-lipped about his private matter to the media. Despite the fact that he works on the television, he does not quite really love to share his personal facts to the press. He likes his personal space thus do not much expose when it comes to his love life and family.
An American anchor and news reporter Anthony Everett
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That is why there is minimal information regarding his married life. So, there is no detail information associated with his marriage ceremony. The only statement we know is that he is married to Lydia Everett.
Born and raised in New York City, Anthony, is living blissfully with his wife Lydia in a modest, modified Cape in a shady enclave of Cohasset. His wife was born and raised in Lake Michigan.
Both the couple have an affection towards the water and because of that reason they were looking for a house near Duxbury where they could stay close to nature and of course water.
Anthony Everett, on his boat at Cohasset Yacht Club, has taken to the South
Finally, Lydia found the home they were craving for and settled in the South Shore of Duxbury.
Let's see what the pair has to say about their current residence!
We just love it here; it’s the perfect place for us. Not far from Boston and right by the water. It’s a great place to raise a family.
Let's also get to know about their children!
The family consists of the couple’s children, Alexander and Claire. A perfect happy family of four.
Erika Tarantal, Anthony Everett, Shayna Seymour and Ted Reinstein
The sweet lovebirds are also accompanied by a pair of exceptionally friendly Portuguese water dogs, named Buster and Gracie.
Earlier, Anthony started out as a news reporter and anchor at WVIT-TV, the NBC affiliate in Hartford, Connecticut. Then he began his professional broadcasting career at KSPN-TV in Aspen, Colorado.
Watch out the YouTube video of Anthony on Channel 5's show Chronicle!
He then joined Channel 5 as a reporter in 1989, became a news anchor in 2000, and hosted “Chronicle’’ since 2005.
He won Emmys Awards three times.
Anthony is 2003 National Headliner Award for "Breaking News" following his coverage of The Station nightclub fire in West Warwick, RI.
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