Frank Sommerville Biography – Frank Sommerville Wiki
Frank Sommerville is an American journalist and news anchor who anchors the five-o’clock, six-o’clock, ten-o’clock, and eleven-o’clock news hours at KTVU in Oakland, California. He is a recipient of three Emmy awards at KTVU, including one for best on-camera news anchor.
He was an intern at KTVU in 1981 while attending San Francisco State. After graduation, he worked at local stations in Santa Rosa, California; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Providence, Rhode Island before returning to the Bay Area. He became co-anchor of the station’s morning news program in 1992 and was the first anchor of the 5 pm newscast when it launched in 2005. In 2008 he was named co-anchor of the 6 pm and 10 pm newscasts, replacing 40-year veteran Dennis Richmond.
In 2013, he apologized for an incident in which racist pilot names were read out in a broadcast on Asiana Airlines Flight 214. He attended Berkeley High School and graduated in the class of 1976. He attended San Francisco State University.
Frank Sommerville Age
He was born on March 19, 1958, in San Luis Obispo, California, and raised in Berkeley, California, Alameda County, United States.
Frank Sommerville Wife
He is married to his wife Donna Wright Somerville and they have two daughters.
Frank Sommerville Children
He has two daughters, Callie Somerville, and Sydney Somerville.
Frank Sommerville Lifestyle
He has been a vegetarian since age 12. He occasionally ate parts of dog biscuits until he was 14 when he realized they contained some meat. He works out and practices the Israeli martial art of Krav Maga.