Gil Gross is an award-winning radio journalist that is heard daily on Citadel's KGO AM 810, weekdays from 2 to 4 PM. "His broad knowledge of local, national and international issues makes Gil a perfect addition to our all star talk line-up." More Gil Gross info
Gill also hosts the 2 hour syndicated radio show "Real Estate Today" which is carried on Citadel stations includning WABC in New York, KABC in Los Angeles and "Hot Talk" KSFO-560AM in San Francisco.
Gil Gross got his first on-air radio job at WDZ while he was a student at at Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois. At age 23, Gross became the youngest anchorman ever on ABC Radio, while at the same time doing WLS morning news in Chicago. He won awards for investigative reporting, mainly about children. Other awards were given for the attempt on the life of Pope John Paul II and the intifada in Jerusalem.
More recently, Gross anchored ABC coverage of the September 11 attacks, the execution of Timothy McVeigh, and the Iraq War.
For several years, Gross was the host of the CBS Radio Network program, THE GIL GROSS SHOW. Gross had guests ranging from world leaders such as President Clinton and Margaret Thatcher to hard to get celebrities such as Brian Wilson and Marilyn Manson.
"As a newsman and humorist he has combined his talents as Paul Harvey’s chief substitute at ABC and the main sub for Charles Osgood at CBS. He has also anonymously written topical comedy material for DJs such as Don Imus and Ted Brown. Gil Gross lives with his wife, actress-singer Rhoda Bodzin, and their son, Spencer Darrow Gross, three cats and two litter boxes and a collection of 10,000 LPs and CDs that has gotten somewhat out of hand."
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