Zoey Tur

Inside Biography


Fifty-six years old Zoey Tur is an American broadcaster reporter and eventual 10,000-hour commercial pilot. He created the Los Angeles News Services with fellow reporter, and former wife named Marika Gerrard. Their news services were the first to use an Astar helicopter in a city for the coverage of live breaking news.

As a team, Tur and Gerrard received three Television News Emmy Awards. Two Edward R. Murrow Awards for broadcast excellence and The National Press Photographers Association Humanitarian Award. Tur was born on June 8, 1960, in Los Angeles Country, California, United States of America. Tur belongs to American nationality and her ethnicity is white.

Professional Career 

 Zoey Tur was credited by the Los Angelis Times with saving the lives of fifty-four people. The Los Angeles Times is a paid daily newspaper published in Los Angelis, California. The Federal Aviation Administration revoked her pilot’s license for reckless flying after a complaint from the Los Angelis City Fire Department in 1991.

After that, a California Superior Court ruled against the Los Angeles Fire Department for suborning perjury in the original Federal Aviation Administration action in 1995. At the end of 1996, Zoey Tur appeared in a two-part episode of the ITV doc u mentary Police Camera Action with Alastair Stewart named The Man Who Shot OJ.

Zoey Tur was cited by Israeli Medics for saving the life of an IDF soldier in August 2006. She hosted a doc u mentary series on MSNBC named Why They Run in 2007, which reported on why criminal suspects ran from police. Tur was hired by Inside Edition to appear on three episodes in February 2015. At the same time, she also appeared on CNN, on TMZ, and on Dr. Drew on Call on HLN.

Zoey Tur has been seen in many episodes of the 30 for 30 miniseries O.J. Made in America in 2016. The series features archival footage as well as Zoey’s recollections of her coverage of the 1992 Los Angeles riots in episode 2.

Personal life and Affair

Zoey Tur is a married woman. His twenty-three years marriage to Marika Gerrard ended in 2003. The couple had two children named Katy (born in 1983), a news reporter, and James who was born in 1985, medical students.

Zoey Tur announced having gender identity disorder in June 2013. In 2014, that Tur was undergoing hormone replacement therapy. Following gender rea s signment surgery, Tur applied to a court to change her name and gender from male to female in August 2014. 










by Bchrome, 27 Feb, 2017

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