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The name of Peter Thomas is well known to those who have got involved in watching such television shows as “Mystery Detectives”, “Forensic Files” or “Nova”. It has recently been estimated that the overall amount of Peter Thomas’ net worth has reached the sum of $3 million. Peter has earned his net worth as an advertising and documentary voice-over artist. Thomas has been working and accumulating his net worth as a narrator his entire long career.
Peter Thomas Net Worth $3 Million
Peter Thomas was born on June 28, 1924 in Pensacola, Florida, United States. Currently, he resides in Naples, Florida. He was born to parents Sibyl Addenbrooke Thomas, who worked as a teacher, and Dr. John D. Thomas, who was a minister. He was the eldest child of three in the family. At the age of fourteen, Peter started his first job on a local radio program.
Unfortunately, World War II began just after he graduated from high school and Peter Thomas decided to serve as a volunteer in the army, serving in the First Infantry Division. As a solder, he received the following awards: Belgian Fourragere, the Unit French Croix de Guerre, the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star.
Peter Thomas is called one of broadcasting’s pioneers, as he has been in the entertainment business for more than 50 years. Peter Thomas has added much to his net worth while voicing and narrating a great number of documentaries, shows and other programs. The most important works include voicing the program on television called Medical Detectives, narrating the audio book entitled ‘Truck Everlasting’ written by Natalie Babbitt, narrating the series entitled ‘The Crucial Turning Points of World War 2’, and narrating the documentary series’ entitled ‘Mystery Detectives’ and ‘Forensic Files’ created by Paul Dowling.
Moreover, Peter added much to his net worth voicing a number of well-known television commercials for Burger King, United Technologies, NBC, Valvoline, IBM, Coca-cola, Williams Beaumont Hospital and many others. Due to his popularity, he has also voiced political advertisements and narrated political films.
Thomas has increased his net worth through receiving lots of awards and nominations for his work. The most significant award is an Academy Award for narrating the documentary short film entitled ‘One Survivor Remembers’ directed by Kary Antholis. In addition to this, he is the first winner of The Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Television and Radio Association and the recipient of The Humanitarian Award from the International College.
Despite his respectable age, Peter Thomas is still working and increasing his total amount of net worth. The fans still have a chance to hear his voice in the national television program entitled ‘Cool Whip’. What is more, he is working as a board member for the National D-Day Memorial Foundation.
Peter Thomas married his wife Stella Barrineau Thomas in 1946. The couple lived together happily until the death of Stella Thomas in 2014. They have three children.
|Date Of Birth||June 28, 1924|
|Died||April 30, 2016, Naples, Florida, United States|
|Place Of Birth||Pensacola, Florida, United States|
|Profession||Entrepreneur, American announcer narrator of television programs,|
|Spouse||Stella Thomas (m. 1946–2014)|
|Children||Peter Thomas Jr.|
|Parents||Sibyl Addenbrooke, Dr. John D. Thomas|
|Movies||, Forensic Files, Vietnam Requiem|
|TV Shows||Forensic Files|
|1||Is a mentor of Davin Stanley.|
|2||His voice is heard as the digitized voice for Philips' HeartStart series of automated external defibrillator (AED) units used by emergency services nationwide.|
|3||He is a former New York anchor for CBS News.|
|4||On August 11, 2007, the annual reunion of the First Infantry Division, US Army, honored him for his contributions to the commemoration of the Allied Forces landing at Normandy on June 6, 1944.|
|5||Peter was a close friend of Arthur Godfrey.|
|6||He and his wife, Stella, live in Naples, Florida and works from his home.|
|7||His voice is the one that Paul Hardcastle sampled for his hit song "19"|
|8||A popular narrator and voice-over artist, with an instantly recognizable voice.|
|9||Served in World War II with the First Infantry Division in Europe, receiving five battle stars, the Purple Heart, the Bronze Star, and the French Croix de Guerre.|
|Forensic Files||1996-2009||TV Series documentary||Narrator|
|Biography||1998||TV Series documentary||Narrator|
|When Trumpets Fade||1998||TV Movie||News Footage Narrator (voice)|
|Empires of Industry||1998||TV Series||Narrator|
|The Imagemaker||1986||Commercial Voice (voice)|
|Your Chance to Live: Technological Failures||1972||Short||Narrator / Man in Car|
|How the West Was Lost||1993||TV Series documentary 1 episode|
|Sputnik Fever||2007||Documentary voices|
|Richard Nixon Reflects: A Revealing Video Memoir||1989||Video documentary||Himself - Narrator|
|Children of Darkness||1983||Documentary||Narrator (voice)|
|Vietnam Requiem||1982||Documentary||Narrator (voice)|
|American Sexual Revolution||1971||Documentary||Narrator (voice, as Colin Beardsley)|
|The Godfather: Behind the Scenes||1971||Documentary short||Narrator (voice)|
|A Wish and Ticino||1963||Documentary short Narrator voice|
|We Testify: Film One Testimony to Truth||2014||Video documentary||Himself (voice)|
|Changing Seas||2009-2014||TV Series documentary||Narrator|
|D-Day in HD||2014||TV Mini-Series documentary||Himself - PFC,1st Infantry|
|Nova||2000-2014||TV Series documentary||Narrator / Narrator - World War II Veteran|
|Box 23, the Myra Janco Daniels Story||2012||Documentary||Narator (voice)|
|Forensic Files||1996-2011||TV Series documentary||Himself - Narrator / Himself|
|Phoenix Mars Mission: Onto the Ice||2009||TV Movie documentary||Narrator (voice)|
|Hallowed Grounds||2009||TV Movie documentary||Narrator (voice)|
|Echoes of the Holocaust||2009||Documentary||Narrator (voice)|
|The Jewel of Pelican Bay||2009||Video documentary||Narator (voice)|
|Alaska: Big America||2004||TV Movie documentary||Narrator (voice)|
|In Our Own Hands||2000||Documentary||Narrator (voice)|
|Modern Marvels||2000||TV Series documentary||Narrator|
|Naked Planet||1999||TV Series documentary||Narrator|
|Ultimate Dogfighting||1998||Video documentary||Narrator (voice)|
|One Survivor Remembers||1995||Documentary short||Narrator (voice)|
|How the West Was Lost||1993||TV Series documentary||Narrator|
|SR-71 Blackbird: The Secret Vigil||1989||Video documentary||Narrator (voice)|