Mo Rocca Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth,ABC

Mo Rocca
Mo Rocca

Mo Rocca Bio

Mo Rocca is a actor as well as a humorist, Jounalist. Mo working at the CBS network as a correspondent. He hosts the Sunday Morning. Rocca is the composer of the show that airs on the Cooking Channel known as “My Grandmother’s Ravioli”. Mo also works as a regular panelist on the radio known as “quiz show Wait Wait” and hosts a CBS  show called the podcast Obituaries.

He also hosts on CBS“The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation”.Moreover, He is well known for Society moderating the National Geographic.

Mo Rocca Age

Rocca Mo was born on January 28, 1969, In  Washington, Maurice Albert, D.C.He is 52 years as of 2021.

Mo Rocca Height

Mo Rocca is   6 ft 5 / 1.8 m tall.

Mo Rocca Education

Rocca earned a bachelor of arts degree in literature, In 1991  from Havard University. Rocca also worked as  Hasty Pudding Theatricals .president of Harvard’s.

Mo Rocca Wife

Rocca always likes to keep his personal information secretly concerning his relationship. Though this review info5rmation is ongoing and as soon we have clear information will be updated.

Mo Rocca Family

Mo Rocca likes to keep his personal life private concerning his family members and siblings. Though, this information is under review and will be updated as possible.

Mo Rocca Salary

Mo Rocca receives an annual salary of  $2 million. This is according to ABC anchors /reporters’ salaries.

Mo Rocca Net worth

Mo has an estimated net worth of $3 million U, S dollars.

Mo Rocca Career

Mo began his career in 1993, as Paper Milli Playhouse’s South Pacific and acted on stage in the Southeast Asia tour of the musical Grease. Rocca served as a Peabody Award-winning child and as a writer and producer for the television series Wishbone and Emmy.
Mo also wrote Pepper Ann on the ABC TV network and for The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss on the Nickelodeon TV channel. In 2011, Mo won the 64th Annual Tony Awards as a writer.

Rocca was born in D.C, Washington. Mo’s father was an Italian-American from Leominster a third-generation,  Massachusetts and In 1956, His mother immigrated to Columbia from Bogota. Mo joined a Jesuit boys’ school in North Bethesda, Maryland Georgetown Preparatory School.
Mo Rocca was The Daily Show correspondent, From 1998 to 2003, He served at ABC station. Ro work included and a regular feature called “That’s Quite Interesting, and campaign coverage for Indecision 2000.
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