Evrod Cassimy Biography
Evrod Cassimy is an American singer, songwriter and lastly, an Emmy nominated television news anchor. He started his own record label in 2018. The label is called Everything Evrod Entertainment. His debut album Newzic is the first project for the label which was released on November 10, 2018.
Newzic features the hit singles Green Eyes, Can You Keep Up & Turn It Up which have been played all over the radio in Detroit, MI. All songs were written by Evrod himself and recorded in Detroit, MI at Get Fresh Studio. Cassimy joined WDIV in August of 2013 as the anchor of Local 4 News Today.
Evrod Cassimy Age | Parents
He was born in Michigan and is proud to return home to his Midwest roots. His age, birthday and parents names will be updated soon. Cassimy was born in Michigan but grew up in the Chicagoland area.
Evrod Cassimy Education
Cassimy was born in Michigan in a town on the west side of the state called Berrien Springs. His family later moved to Rockford, Ill., outside of Chicago, where he grew up. Cassimy attended Chicago’s Columbia College for broadcast journalism.
Evrod Cassimy Career
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Evrod Cassimy Married | Wife | New Baby
The award-winning anchor is married to his wife Danielle. The couple is blessed with two children Shae And Malakai. His first journalism job was in Colorado, where he met Danielle. When he moved to Wisconsin, the couple dated long distance. Once engaged, they moved to and wed in, Orlando, Fla.
Evrod Cassimy Music
Newzic – Newzic · 2018
90s R&B – Newzic · 2018
Can You Keep Up – Newzic · 2018
I’m Leaving 2019
Green Eyes Newzic · 2018
Who Dis Newzic · 2018
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas 2017
Turn It Up – Newzic · 2018
Be Mine – Newzic · 2018
Mixed – Newzic · 2018
Don’t Change – 2018
What Happened – Newzic · 2018
Breaking News – Newzic · 2018
Lost – Newzic · 2018
Evrod Cassimy Net Worth
Moreover, His estimated net worth is currently under review it will be updated soon.
Evrod Cassimy Sunroof
Concrete from an overpass on I-75 in Detroit smashed through Local 4 anchor Cassimy’s sunroof when he was driving home from work Monday. Evrod said the chunk of concrete fell off an overpass near McNichols Road. He said no trucks were around to kick up the concrete and he doesn’t believe someone threw it at his vehicle.
The Michigan Department of Transportation is working to patch different areas of I-75, but drivers are warned that a change in temperatures has led to crumbling roads.
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