Age, Biography and Wiki

Don Geronimo (Michael L. Sorce) was born on 18 September, 1958 in United States.

Popular As Michael L. Sorce
Occupation N/A
Age 62 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 18 September 1958
Birthday 18 September
Birthplace United States
United States

Don Geronimo Height, Weight & Measurements

At 62 years old, Don Geronimo height not available right now. We will update Don Geronimo’s Height, weight, Body Measurements, Eye Color, Hair Color, Shoe & Dress size soon as possible.

Physical Status
Height Not Available
Weight Not Available
Body Measurements Not Available
Eye Color Not Available
Hair Color Not Available

Who Is Don Geronimo’s Wife?

His wife is Janet Sorce (m. 2009), Freda Wright-Sorce (m. ?–2005)

Parents Not Available
Wife Janet Sorce (m. 2009), Freda Wright-Sorce (m. ?–2005)
Sibling Not Available
Children Bart Sorce

Don Geronimo Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2019-2020. So, how much is Don Geronimo worth at the age of 62 years old? Don Geronimo’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from United States. We have estimated Don Geronimo’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million – $5 Million
Salary in 2019 Under Review
Net Worth in 2019 Pending
Salary in 2019 Under Review
House Not Available
Cars Not Available
Source of Income

Don Geronimo Social Network

Instagram Don Geronimo Instagram
Twitter Don Geronimo Twitter
Facebook Don Geronimo Facebook
Wikipedia Don Geronimo Wikipedia



On April 1, 2014, Geronimo began broadcasting a new show, also entitled The Don Geronimo Show, via podcast on the RELM Network. The show airs live weekdays from 3:00pm until 5:00pm ET. The show is a commercial-free, uncensored, subscription-based podcast that listeners can stream live or download for offline listening after the show airs. The show was announced on Twitter as “the show I always wanted to do.”


As of Friday October 4, 2013, The Don Geronimo Show has been replaced by the Jason Ross show on CBS Sports Radio 1140 KHTK. A caller asked what happened, and Jason Ross simply explained, “CBS Sports Radio decided to go in another direction, which is sports. Don Geronimo is still employed by CBS Sports Radio.” On October 16, 2013, Don went on the air on KHTK in Sacramento to thank those who supported him during his time in Sacramento. He said he was going to be doing a new project with CBS in the near future and it would be announced via his Twitter feed. On October 23, Don appeared on 106.7 The Fan’s Lavar and Dukes show to announce his return to the station after five years, where he would appear weekdays from 7–10 p.m. local time, Saturdays from 9 a.m.–noon local time, and during Washington Redskins pre/post game shows as well. On March 1, 2014, Geronimo stated that he would no longer be heard on WJFK anymore. He announced on his Twitter feed that “No one should be shocked I’m not in the plans for CBS/DC. I had opined recently on air how I didn’t understand the logic. Now 30 more days.”

After only two months in retirement, Geronimo announced that he would return to the air on WOCM, a small, independently owned radio station in Ocean City, Maryland. Don Geronimo’s Rockin’ Soul Show aired weekdays from 1 pm – 3pm featuring popular music from the 1970s and 1980s. After four weeks, Geronimo left the station.

As of Friday October 4, 2013, The Don Geronimo Show was replaced by the Jason Ross show on CBS Sports Radio 1140 KHTK. Geronimo would return to the airwaves several days later to explain that KHTK decided to go with all sports programming, but that he would return to a CBS Radio station soon.

Don Geronimo returned to WJFK-FM on October 24, 2013. His sports-oriented show aired weekdays from 7–10pm and on Saturdays from 9:00am to noon. Initially, he broadcast the show from a studio at CBS Radio’s main building in Sacramento at Commerce Circle, then from a studio at his home in Sacramento when CBS internal politics prevented the show from being done at the company’s building. Co-hosts for the show were located at WJFK’s studios in Lanham, Maryland. While it was intended that Geronimo would move to the Washington area to do the show live at WJFK’s studios, this never materialized after frequent preemptions and schedule changes. Geronimo announced on his Twitter feed on March 1, 2014 that he would no longer be heard on WJFK. His last show had been broadcast on February 26, 2014.


Don Geronimo was named midday host of 1140 The Fan 1140 KHTK (AM), Sacramento effective on Monday, June 21, 2010. The four-hour program was scheduled Monday through Friday, noon to 4 pm local time. On January 27, Geronimo announced that he would be a regular on the TV show Good Day Sacramento, with his first appearance on February 14, 2011. On May 9, 2011, Geronimo announced that his contract with CBS was extended through 2014 and he was named Program Director for 1140 The Fan KHTK. As of July 11, 2011, Geronimo’s show moved to the morning drive, 5:30–10 am local time after the “Rise Guys” left for a gig in San Francisco. At the same time, Don also ended his in-studio presence on Good Day Sacramento. He now occasionally contributes to GDS remotely via camera. On July 8, 2013, Geronimo’s show moved to the midday slot on KHTK and can now be heard from noon to 3:00 pm local time.

On Friday, October 22, 2010, during the Don Geronimo live stage show Don slipped and fell off the stage. Don suffered head trauma and was admitted to a local hospital and later transferred to ICU.

In May 2010, Geronimo announced that beginning June 21, he would be returning to KHTK, a station which formerly syndicated the Don and Mike Show, to host a mid-day show.


After only two months in retirement, Geronimo announced that he would return to the air on WOCM, a small, independently owned radio station in Ocean City, Maryland. Don Geronimo’s Rockin’ Soul Show featured popular music from the ’70s and ’80s. Geronimo described the show as “music that doesn’t suck”. After one month on the air at WOCM, Geronimo was fired from the station over creative differences. Don subsequently hosted a mid-morning talk show on WGMD (92.7 FM Rehoboth Beach, Delaware) from June 22, 2009 to October 13, 2009, when he retired for his second time, although he did some fill-in work at Classic Hits WCBS-FM in New York a few days in late November and December 2009.

In November and December 2009, Geronimo filled shifts on WCBS-FM in New York City.

Don married Janet Sorce on March 21, 2009 and has one son (Bart Sorce) and one daughter (Amy) from previous marriages.


Washington Post radio reporter Marc Fisher features Geronimo in his book Something in the Air, on the rise and fall of radio in the United States. Fisher also conducted an interview with Geronimo prior to his first of three retirements, the first from The Don & Mike Show in 2008, during which Don spoke out about his frustration with the direction radio has taken following high profile decency events such as the Janet Jackson Super Bowl incident.

On February 4, 2008, Don announced his retirement from his radio show to pursue his personal life for a while. His last appearance on the Don and Mike Show was Friday, April 11, 2008 with Mike O’Meara to continue the show after that (as the Mike O’Meara Show). Don was widely expected to return to radio in some form in the future.


Don’s first wife, Freda, died on July 10, 2005 in an automobile accident on Maryland Route 90 near Ocean City, Maryland, where the Sorces had their vacation home. Freda was a frequent contributor to the Don and Mike Show and her spirited interaction with Don was an integral part of the program. Following her death, Don took a hiatus from the show until August 1, 2005, when he returned to the air with an emotional solo broadcast.


In 1994, Geronimo and his then radio partner Mike O’Meara were sued for $35 million by an anonymous University of Maryland student who claimed the pair had violated her privacy and inflicted emotional distress. In May 2007, a Leesburg, Virginia man named Carl Grossman, who had once been a frequent caller to the Don and Mike Show, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of stalking. Geronimo had received a letter from the man which contained threats to Geronimo and his family. The judge also issued a lifetime restraining order in the case.


Geronimo returned to the Washington, D.C. area in 1985, doing afternoons at WAVA-FM. He moved to mornings in 1986, replacing Charlie & Harrigan. His partnership with Mike O’Meara, co-host of the Don and Mike Show, was forged at WAVA. Their show moved to WJFK-FM in 1991.


Geronimo began his career in radio at the age of 13 when he went to work at Rockville, Maryland AM station WINX (now WLXE, a Spanish-language music station). He continued working at a variety of local stations, being fired at each for lacking the required FCC broadcaster’s license, before forging a license. Geronimo landed what was then his dream job at WLS-FM in Chicago, Illinois in the early 1980s. He then moved to WBBM-FM (B96) to do the evening show. Eventually, he replaced Dick Biondi doing morning drive at the same station.


Geronimo first appeared on air part-time on WINX in Rockville, Maryland in 1971.


Michael L. Sorce (born September 18, 1958), better known by his stage name Don Geronimo, is a former American radio personality formerly featured on the nationally syndicated radio talk show Don and Mike Show.