Gianna Toboni is an American television personality. She is famously known as the correspondent and producer of HBO’s show, VICE, Gianna Toboni. The show reports several aspiring stories from the world. Due to this show, she earned an enormous success and attention from the world. The Emmy-award nominated producer covered several burning issues of the world which helped her to win several awards like Emmy Awards.
The television personality, Gianna Toboni was born on 14 July 1988 in San Francisco, California, in the United States. Her birth star sign is Cancer. Similarly, she holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity group.
Talking about her educational qualification, Toboni attended New York University and graduated with a degree in journalism.
Who is Gianna Toboni Husband?
The successful television personality, Gianna Toboni amassed an enormous success and attention. Gianna Toboni is a married woman. She married her boyfriend Kyle Buckley. The lovebird dated each other for the long term before deciding to get married.
The couple exchanged the wedding vows on September 2, 2017, in Sonoma, CA. The couple has not welcomed any child as of now. We hope the couple soon will be blessed with a child.
The couple often spotted together in public or any events. Furthermore, there are no rumors about conflicts in their married life as of now.
How Much is Gianna Toboni’s Net Worth and Salary?
Being a correspondent as well as the producer for the HBO TV series, Vice, Toboni has accumulated a huge amount of worth from her professional career. However, she has not revealed any information about her actual salary.
As of 2019, her exact figure for net worth is under review. But looking at her successful career, her net worth is assumed no less than the seven-digit figure as of now.
Gianna Toboni’s Body Measurement
The television personality has a glamorous figure which is a modern-day chic outfit. She stands at a height of 5 feet 3 inches (161 cm) with a bodyweight of 53 Kg.
Soon after graduation, Giana Toboni began her professional career working as a digital correspondent, field producer, and booker for ABC News. She also served as a correspondent on Al Zeera where she worked for only a month.
After leaving both networks, Toboni began to follow her dream as a freelance correspondent. Then she worked on an ambitious long-form documentary in Haiti. Moreover, the documentary is based on the sexual abuse of women and children at the hands of Peacekeepers Turned Perpetrators or the United Nations personnel.
In 2013 the process of Haiti documentary filming eventually caught the attention of VICE. After that, she joined HBO’s VICE and started working as a correspondent and a producer alongside Isobel Young. The duo traveled all around the world and reported several burning issues going on around the world.
After joining VICE, she interviewed ISIS fighters in Iraq and tried to know their views. Toboni also covered news bout disputed territory in the EastChina Sea. Furthermore, she reported several ranges of topics like Syrian refugees, effects of gerrymandering on American democracy, sexual assault on college among others and so on.
Due to her brave and courageous work helped her to win several other awards including Emmy Awards, GLAAD Media Award, and Webby Awards among others.
Gay Right Supporter “Gianna Toboni”
Gianna Toboni is strongly a gay supporter. She has shared the article about gay on Twitter published in the New York Times on 12 April 201. It was written that no major law urges justice to the rule against gay marriage in the article published by the New York Times.
Gianna wrote in a caption as sharing the article” Very interesting.” She also wrote that the top law firm wouldn’t touch the case against gay marriage also, showing her positive side with gay marriage.
Facts of Gianna Toboni
|Full Name||Gianna Toboni|
|Date Of Birth||14 July 1988|
|Age||31 years 8 months|
|Place Of Birth||San Francisco, California|
|Height||5 feet 3 inches (161 cm)|
|Profession||TV Personality, Producer, and Correspondent|
|Education||New York University|