Carl Quintanilla Bio – Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Kids, House, Salary, Net Worth
September 1, 2020
Carl Quintanilla Biography – Wiki
Carl Quintanilla is an American News journalist and co-anchor and anchor, respectively, of Squawk on the Street and Squawk Alley, morning programs on CNBC.
Carl Quintanilla Age
Carl Quintanilla was born on 10, September 1970 in Midland, Michigan, United States.
Carl Quintanilla Family – Carl Quintanilla Parents
Quintanill was born to his first father Robert Quintanilla.
Carl Quintanilla Height
He stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches.
Carl Quintanilla Husband
Quintanilla is married to his wife Judy Chung, a former TV producer who now works as a product manager for Ralph Lauren.
Carl Quintanilla Salary
Quintanilla receives an annual average salary of $3 million. This is according to CNBC News anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Carl Quintanilla Net Worth
Carl has an estimated Net Worth of $9 million His career as a News anchor is her primary source of income. In 2017, the couple purchased a new house in Bridgehampton, New York for $3.2 million.
Carl Quintanilla Education
Quintanilla went to the University of Colorado Boulder, wherein 1993 he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science.
Carl Quintanilla House
Carl scooped up a brand-new home in Bridgehampton, located in the Barn & Vine neighborhood. Carl and his wife bought a seven-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom new development home on Barn Lane, located on a 0.96-acre lot.
Carl Quintanilla CNBC News
Quintanilla is a notable television journalist and co-anchor of Squawk on the Street and Squawk Alley, morning programs on CNBC. He also served as a correspondent for several CNBC programs including Business Center and also a special correspondent for Fox X-press on Fox News from 1999 to 2002.
Before joining NBC, Quintanilla served as co-anchor for CNBC’s early-morning program, Wake Up Call. Beginning December 19, 2005, Quintanilla co-anchored Squawk Box. In 2007, he traveled to China to cover McDonald’s efforts in the country for CNBC’s documentary Big Mac: Inside the McDonald’s Empire.
From 2010 until September 2015, he substitute-anchored weekday and weekend editions of NBC Nightly News, covering when hosts Brian Williams and Lester Holt were on assignment or away. He also substitutes co-hosted Today. Quintanilla has also won an Emmy Award, an Edward R. Murrow Award, and a Peabody Award for his coverage of Hurricane Katrina in 2005.