Who is Tim Conway Jr wife? Is he on Wikipedia? Find out everything about the son of late Tim Conway below.
Tim Jr. is the son of the late Tim Conway, an American television and film comedian. He was born to Conway’s first wife, Mary Ann Dalton.
Tim Conway Jr Wife
Tim Conway Jr. is married to his wife, Jennifer Conway.
The couple has a daughter named Sophia Conway.
He resides in Burbank, California, with his wife and daughter.
Tim Conway Jr: Wikipedia and Age
Tim Conway Jr does not have a Wikipedia page.
But, his show which is called The Tim Conway Jr. Show, has a Wikipedia page.
Conway was born on October 13, 1963, and currently, his age is 57 years old. He was born and raised in Los Angeles.
Further, he also spent his childhood around Santa Anita, Hollywood part, and Del Mar Racetracks with his father, Tin Conway.
Conway Jr. has four younger brothers and one older sister, all born to his mother, Mary Ann Dalton.
He is a radio host at The Tim Conway Jr. show, a weeknight talk radio program.
The program is currently web streaming and broadcasting throughout the Los Angeles County and Orange County, California metropolitan areas at KFI AM 640 within Conway Jr hosts Jr.
Likewise, Tim has co-hosted the computer and technology show, Make it Work with Jeremy Anticouni on KSFO Hot Talk in San Francisco with the co-founder Jeremy Anticouni.
How Much Is His Net Worth?
Tim Jr’s estimated net worth is $1-2 million.
His source of income comes from being an established radio host, actor, and writer.
He is a brilliant radio personality with a quick wit and an empathic voice of opinion.
L.A. Radio Hosts Suspended After Racist Asian Impression On Air https://t.co/4Xv4SagfDO
— TMZ (@TMZ) May 25, 2021
What did Tim Conway Jr. Say?
KFI-Am radio host Conway Jr. said numerous words like “Hiya!” “Heeyah!” “Heeyo!” and other supposed martial arts noises.
It was a Yuko Sakamoto impersonation in a nearly five-minute skit done in a stereotypical Japanese accent. The real Sakamoto does not speak with an accent, though.
Tim and his executive producer, Sheron Bellio, got suspended this week without pay for a skit that they performed on May 3.
The event took place after listeners and organizations like Media Action Network for Asian Americans complaint about a racist Asian sketch.