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Steven John Wilkos

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Alicia Antrobus

on 4 October 2013

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Transcript of Steven John Wilkos

Steven John Wilkos
By: Alicia A

He was a former marine for 7 years and a Chicago policeman for 12 years.
March 9, 1964 Chicago Ill.
1 brother, 2 sisters mom, dad, wife, son and daughter. Rachelle Consiglio (wife), Ruby (9) and Jack (7)
He was a trouble maker
Pro wrestling debut on a Maryland Championship Wrestling card on March 27th 2002, Glen Burnie, Maryland, USA. He teamed up with ex-WWF lightweight wrestler Gillberg to beat Dino Divine and Chad Bowman.
He is a television show host on The Steve Wilkos Show
He got his fame from being the director of security for The Jerry Springer Show for 13 years
"When I walk down the street, it's not like people feel like they're seeing some big star. It's like someone they've known for a long time, someone that they feel comfortable with."

"It's hard to describe yourself as a hero - I just like to think of myself as a policeman. People can look to you like that, as a good guy who can help people."
"I couldn't do my show without spending 12 years on the streets of Humboldt Park. It made me a better interrogator. Still, if they had taken me out of my squad car and gave me a show, I would've been terrible. But on 'Springer,' the spotlight was on Jerry and I got to grow up within the show."
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