Peter Thomas

Peter Thomas Wiki/Biography

Peter Thomas was a broadcaster on both radio and television. He also provided narration for TV programs. Peter Thomas made guest appearances on Forensic Files and Nova, among other programs. He is most recognized for his documentaries and commercial voice-over work.

Peter Thomas was 92 years at the time of death.

Addenbrooke, Peter Thomas The full name of Thomas is Thomas. His birthday is June 28, 1928. His hometown is Naples, Florida. His mother Sibyl Addenbrooke and his father John D Thomas. His parents were both British citizens.

His mother is Salisbury, and his father is Welsh. His mother worked as a teacher, while his father was a priest. His schooling was always a top priority for his parents. His father firmly believed in the power of imagination. He was young when his career began. When he was 14 years old, he landed his first job as an announcer at a nearby radio station. Because he was too young to be paid, the radio station found a sponsor for him and gave him flying lessons instead.

In 1943, Thomas volunteered for the US Army after having to leave Stony Brook School due to World War II. His service in the American Army earned him several honors and decorations.

What is the net worth of Peter Thomas?

As of 2023, the eminent American announcer has a net worth of $2 million. As a radio announcer, he earned the majority of his income. Peter Thomas performed his work in numerous recording facilities across the country. Hundreds of TV ads featured his voiceover work. Peter Thomas was a CBS News anchor as well.

Stella Barrineau and he were wed from 1946 till her passing in 2014. Their four children. The death of Thomas occurred on April 30, 2016. At the age of 91, he died.

Quick Facts about Peter Thomas

Celebrated Name: Peter Thomas
Real Name/Full Name: Peter Addenbrooke Thomas
Gender: Male
Age at the time of death: 92 years old
Birth Date: 28 June 1924
Date of Death: 30 April 2016
Birth Place: Pensacola, Florida, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.70 m
Weight: 82 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Wife/Spouse (Name): Stella Thomas (m. 1946–2014)
Children: Yes (Peter Thomas Jr.)
Profession: American announcer and narrator of television programs
Net Worth in 2023: $2 million
Last Updated: 2023


One Survivor Remembers, a documentary that won an Academy Award, was narrated by Thomas. The movie was made by HBO. An intern’s firsthand accounts of the Nordhausen Concentration Camp were featured in the documentary. Battle of Hurtgen Forest, an HBO film, featured Thomas’ contributions. Thomas took part in the conflict.

The miniseries How the West Was Lost on the Discovery Channel was also narrated by Thomas. He provided narration for the two-hour Nova episode D-Sunken Day’s Secrets. Thomas visited Omaha Beach on D-Day when the troops landed there. Thomas used ISDN to work from home. He made recordings in numerous cities across Europe and all of America. Numerous commercials for IBM, NCB, ESPN, Burger King, Coca-Cola, and William Beaumont Hospital featured him in prominent roles.

His voice can be heard in the well-known song “19” from 1985. The video series The Crucial Turning Points of World War II was narrated by him. Additionally, he provided the voice for numerous political commercials. He was an announcer for PBS.

Throughout his time in the Army, he was awarded several medals. He received both the Purple Star and the Bronze Star. He also won the French Croix de Guerre unit and the Belgian Fourragere unit. He won many accolades during his television career. He provided the narration for the Oscar-winning documentary One Survivor Remembers.

Physical Appearance (Height, Weight)

Peter Thomas weighed 82 kg and was 1.70 m tall.