Brian Ross Biography
Brian Ross is a well-known American investigative journalist who serves at ABC News as the Chief Investigative Correspondent until 2018. Currently, he works at Law and Crime Network as a chief Investigative Correspondent.
Moreover, he reported for ABC World News Tonight alongside David Muir, Good Morning America, Nightline, ABC News Radio, and 20/20. Brian moved to ABC News in July of 1994 and got fired in the year 2018. His investigative reports have regularly covered government corruption. From 1974 until 1994, Brian worked as a correspondent for NBC News.
Brian Ross Age
Brian Ross was born on 23rd October 1948, in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. He is 73 years old.
Brian Ross Height
Brian is a man of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.7 m).
Brian Ross Family
Brian Ross was born and brought up by his caring and loving father and mother in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States. However, Brian has not disclosed any information with respect to either his parents or whether he has siblings.
Brian Ross Education
After finishing his primary and high school studies, Brian went to the University of Iowa where he graduated with a bachelor of arts in BA. Broadcast journalism.
Brian Ross Wife
Brian is blissfully married to his beloved wife Lucinda Sanman. The pair got married in 1985. However, the information regarding whether the couple has children is currently unavailable.
Brian Ross Salary
He earns a satisfactory salary of $69,511 per year. This is according to ABC News Chief Investigative Correspondents’ salaries.
Brian Ross Net Worth
Brian Ross has stockpiled a decent wealth over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Brian Ross Career
He worked for KWWL-TV based in Waterloo, Iowa. Later on, he joined WKYC-TV in Cleveland, Ohio, and WCKT-TV in Miami, Florida, prior to becoming a national correspondent for NBC News from 1974 to 1994.
While he was reporting for WKYC-TV in Cleveland, Brian interviewed mobster Danny Greene and covered Jackie Presser and corruption in the Teamsters union. He continued to report on the Teamsters after being commissioned by NBC News. Furthermore, his reporting on the Teamsters earned him a National Headliner award in 1977 as well as Sigma Delta Chi Award in 1976.