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Gordon Keith Wiki/Biography
Todd Keith was born in 1972 in Dallas, Texas USA, and is a radio host, best known for being a host of the KTCK Sports Radio 1310 AM show entitled “The Ticket”, which is aired from Dallas, Texas. He shares his hosting duties with Craig “Junior” Miller” and George Dunham. All of his endeavors have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Gordon Keith? As of mid-2017, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $3 million, mostly earned through a successful career in journalism. He’s been a part of numerous television shows, and has also done voice work. As he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Gordon Keith Net Worth $3 million
Keith started earning popularity in the 1990s, when he began working as a reporter and writer on various television shows. He was a feature reporter on “The Ticket on TV” which was part KDFI. He was also part of “The Deion Sanders Show”, for which he was a writer and feature reporter. In 1997, he became a correspondent for the Texas Rangers baseball team broadcasts on Fox Sports Southwest. He also started a Buzz column on the Fort Worth Star-Telegram alongside Lisa Smith, and continued his journalism career as a contributing writer for the Dallas Observer which he did for several years. His net worth started increasing at this point.
Gordon was also a correspondent for “Positively Texas” which was aired on KTVT. Other projects he was engaged in include authoring the parody book “Buff Tanner: Total Man’.
He also started doing voice work, becoming a part of the programs “Jingaroo” and “Nana and Li’l Puss Puss”. In 2000, he was given a job on “The Ticket TV Show”, before he became a feature reporter on “The Mark Cuban Show”. He also continued his print work, becoming a humor columnist for Quick DFW.
Keith has also been a part of the indie feature film “Shtickmen” which is about the life of struggling comedians. Eventually, he got his own show entitled “The Gordon Keith Show” on WFAA which ran from 2007 to 2009, which also led him to have a cameo in the indie short “The Keith Coogan Experience”. One of his latest endeavors is being a columnist for The Dallas Morning News.
Gordon is also often referred to in the series “Justified” – which uses “Ticket” personalities as characters – as a ‘deceased mob assassin’, who links other supporting characters together.
For his personal life, it is unknown if Keith is, or has been married, nor are there any rumours of relationships. He has had several controversies over the course of his career; he was arrested by the Green Bay Police Department in 1997 due to trespassing at Lambeau Field, home of the NFL team the Green Bay Packers. He also had a feud with radio personality Nestor Aparicio and it led them to brawl during the 2009 Super Bowl week. Curiously, Gordon is also known to be a Lee Harvey Oswald enthusiast – the apparent assassin of President Kennedy in 1963 – becoming very vocal in various Oswald related events. He also went so far as to buy the Oswald’s bathtub from the estate, and proceeded to write about it.