Anthony Causi Bio, Age, Death, Wife, Kids, Coronavirus, The Post
Anthony Causi Biography
Anthony Causi was an American photographer who worked as a full-time journalist photographer for The Post. He covered the Yankees, Mets, Giants, Jets, Knicks, Nets and more.
Causi died on April 12, 2020, from coronavirus.
Anthony Causi Age
Causi was 48 years old at the time of his death.
Anthony Causi Wife / Kids
Causi was married to his wife Romina. The couple had two children together, named John and Mia. More information regarding his wife and children will be provided as soon as it is available.
Anthony Causi The Post
Causi graduated from Lafayette High School and later on Pace University. He joined The Post in 1994 as a photo messenger. He later went on to become a photo editor and eventually became a full-time journalist photographer.
Causi referred to his becoming a full-time journalist photographer, the attainment of a dream. He covered the Yankees, Mets, Giants, Jets, Knicks, Nets and many more stories for The Post.
His most popular photo that he captured was that of legendary Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera which he covered from behind, as Mariano was departing the bullpen and entering a sold-out Yankee Stadium.
Anthony Causi Coronavirus and Death
Causi died on April 12, 2020, at North Shore University Hospital, from coronavirus.
While in hospital, Causi had shared a photo of himself with a caption that read; “I never thought I would get something like this. I thought I was indestructible. If I do make it out of here. I promise you this the worlds not going to know what hit it.”
Editor in chief of The Post released a statement that read; “Anthony Causi was our colleague, our friend, and a brilliant journalist. He was, quite simply, one of the best sports photographers in New York City, capturing all the major moments of the past 25 years. Soft-spoken, funny, but most of all kind. He was respected by those he photographed and admired by those with whom he worked.
“The Post that you read, and the newsroom that we work in, are less colorful today because of his absence. Our hearts go out to his family, and we share their grief.”