Leo was born in Los Angeles but spent most of his childhood in Texas. He graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in broadcast journalism.
He began his reporting career on the radio in Dallas, Texas. His first television reporting position was in Tyler, Texas, but he quickly moved on to Sarasota, Florida. He then worked as an anchor in Florence/Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and a reporter and anchor in St. Louis, Missouri.
Since joining ABC7, Leo has become very involved in community events on behalf of ABC7, including helping to organize charity basketball games to benefit the Foothill Unity Center.
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