Antonio Mora Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, News and News.com
October 24, 2022
Antonio Mora Biography
Antonio Mora is a famous American journalist. Currently, Antonio works as the editor-in-chief of NewsandNews.com, a news aggregator website, and app. He also teaches journalism at the University of Miami School of Communication since Jan 2018.
Antonio is well known for his years at ABC News, such as his four years as the news anchor and chief reporter for Good Morning America. Additionally, he was an anchor on Al Jazeera America and its 9 pm news broadcast.
During his first year and a half of the network’s existence, Antonio performed as the host of a show titled Consider This. Similarly, Antonio was the first Hispanic American guy to anchor a primetime newscast in Chicago plus also one of the only Hispanic American males to land a national broadcast news show.
Antonio Mora Age
Antonio Mora was born on Dec 14, 1957, in Havana, Cuba. Mora is 64 years old and celebrates his birthday on December 14, every year.
Antonio Mora Height
He is a man of above-average height. Antonio stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches ( Approximately 1.72 m).
Antonio Mora Family
His family departed Cuba in 1960. He was brought up in the United States and Caracas, Venezuela by his parents. Mora is the great-grandson of Cuban politician and League of Nations President Cosme de la Torriente y Peraza.
Additionally, he is the brother of former ATP touring pro, Alfonso Mora, brother-in-law of TV host Maite Delgado and previous brother-in-law of model Ines Rivero.
Antonio Mora Wife
Mora is happily married to his precious wife named Julie Mora. Julie was born in Chicago and brought up in Lake Forest. The duo has two children.
Antonio Mora Salary
Mora receives an annual average salary of $81,911. This is according to NewsandNews.com anchors\reporters salaries.
Antonio Mora’s Net Worth
Mora has an estimated net worth of $1.3 Million US dollars.
Antonio Mora Education
Mora achieved a law degree, summa cum laude, from the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello in Caracas and an LL.M. from Harvard Law School. Before becoming a broadcaster, Antonio was a corporate finance attorney at Debevoise & Plimpton in Manhattan.
Antonio Mora Career
He began his broadcasting career serving as a sports anchor and reporter at Univision’s New York station WXTV. Afterward, he worked as an anchor and producer at Telemundo’s New York station, WNJU-TV.
He was one of the original announcers at ESPN’s international transmissions to Latin America as well as one of the original anchors at NBC News Nightside the overnight national newscast at the NBC Network.
Later, he served as a reporter and anchor at WTVJ in Miami and was the former co-host of Good Day L.A. at KTTV in Los Angeles, Before being employed by ABC as the host of Good Morning America Sunday as well as a reporter for Good Morning America.
He later covered virtually all of ABC News broadcasts, such as Nightline and 20/20, reporting news from over a dozen nations on four continents.
He was a news anchor at CBS-owned-and-operated WFOR-TV in Miami until Dec 17, 2012. Therefore, he is an experienced debate moderator, having moderated gubernatorial debates in both Illinois and Florida, and senatorial as well as congressional debates in Florida.
He became employed on Jul 26, 2013, to host a weeknight current affairs talk show titled Consider This on Al Jazeera America.