Tyrone Edwards Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Salary & Net Worth

Tyrone Edwards

Tyrone Edwards is a Canadian television broadcaster and entrepreneur, currently the co-host of CTV's entertainment magazine show e Talk. He was a famous Toronto personality before working as a journalist. Tyrone was a contributor to 1LoveTO, a Toronto community and entertainment blog that expanded into a clothing line in 2011.

He was born and raised in the west end of Toronto and attended Hillside College in Michigan. He also played NCCA basketball while studying Business and Speech there. After graduating from college he was hired as a host at RAPCITY.

In 2011, he was hired by Muchmusic as the new host of RapCity and served as an entertainment reporter and host for sister station E!. He joined eTalk as a reporter in 2018. A versatile presenter and interviewer, he brings his passion for connecting with people and helping them share their stories with the world.


In June 2020 he joined CTV'S Anne-Marie Mediwake, Marci len and Elaine Lui on Change & Action: Racism in Canada, a public affairs special created by the network in response to the global anti-racism protests that followed the assassination of gEORGR The Floyd and the parallel Canadian controversies surrounding the death of Regis Korchinski-Paquet. He was later announced as the co-host of eTalk, replacing Ben Mulroney, and joined Chloe Wilde on the Tiff Tribute Awards telecast for the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival.

In addition to his television work, he is a partner in Miss Likklemore's, a Caribbean restaurant on Queen Street West. During the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada, Edward and his original partners 1LoveTO also launched See you soon Toronto, a special clothing line whose profits were donated entirely to charities helping workers affected by the pandemic shutdowns.

Off screen, Tyrone is heavily involved in his community, acting as a mentor and coach to underprivileged youth. Having once worked as a camp counselor with Toronto Parks and Recreation, Tyrone went on to found Concrete Hoops, a non-profit basketball camp that aims to integrate life skills with the love of the game. He was also a program leader with the Urban Youth-oriented Remix Project, an organization that helps children from all 13 priority neighborhoods in Toronto learn the fundamentals of the arts and entertainment businesses and assists them in their educational aspirations.

In honor of his work as a television presenter and with numerous charities. He has a foundation to support underprivileged youth. Tyrone received the Mandela Legacy Hope, Success and Empowerment Award in 2016, alongside Naomi Campbell and Reverend AI Sharpton.

Tyrone Edwards Age

Edwards has been very private about his birth dates or month, but when it becomes available we will let you know.

Tyron Edwards Height

Tyrone has an average height of 5ft 8in/1.7m tall.

Tyrone Edwards Family

Edwards was born and raised in Canada. He is quite private about his personal life. Nothing has been revealed about his parents or siblings, but we will update you as soon as information becomes available.

Wife of Tyrone Edwards

Tyrone is happily married to Adeela, blessed with children. However, we're not so sure how many since we all know he likes to keep his life low-key.

Tyrone Edwards salary

Edwards earns an annual income of $65,000-$100,000 starting in 2023.

Tyrone Edwards Net Worth

Tyrone net worth estimate is $100,000 as of 2023

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