Omar Villafranca is a famous American journalist who is currently working as a CBS News correspondent located in Dallas, Texas since Jan 2014. Originally, he labored at KXAS-TV Dallas-Fort Worth, where he had been a reporter since Jan 2008.
He as well used to serve at KOTV-TV the CBS affiliate in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and also at KSWO-TV in Lawton, Oklahoma as an anchor and reporter.
Omar Villafranca Age
Omar Villafranca was born in San Antonio, Texas. He has not mentioned his exact birth details. He may be around 43 years old.
Omar Villafranca Height
Omar stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approximately 1.72 meters).
Omar Villafranca Parents
Omar was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas by his caring and loving parents. He is the son of Yolanda and Romeo Villafranca of San Antonio, Texas. Currently, he has not mentioned any details about his siblings.
Omar Villafranca Wife
He is married to his beautiful wife Cindy Lewis. The duo was married on Mar 3, 2012, at the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas, Texas. The couple honeymooned in Paris, France, and Barcelona, Spain. The duo lives in Dallas, Texas.
Omar Villafranca Education
After finishing her primary and high school education, he joined Texas Christian University. Afterward, he obtained a degree in Broadcast Journalism from Texas Christian University.
Omar Villafranca Salary
He receives an annual salary of $ 71,329 and this is according to CBS News anchors’/reporters’ salaries.
Omar Villafranca’s Net Worth
Omar has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 Million US dollars. His career as a CBS News correspondent is his primary source of income.
Omar Villafranca Career
Omar is a CBS News reporter located in Dallas, Texas. He has reported for CBS News on the ground at the hoots in Ferguson, Missouri, and along the destructive path of Hurricanes Harvey and also Maria.
He has as well been part of CBS News’ multi-platform, multi-broadcast coverage of the shooting of 5 police officers in Dallas. He has also reported legislative sessions in Texas and Oklahoma and also followed Ron Paul and Rick Perry on their presidential campaigns.
He joined CBS News in Jan 2014 operating as a correspondent for Newspath, CBS News’ 24-hour newsgathering service at CBS stations and broadcasters around the world. He used to work at KXAS-TV Dallas-Fort Worth, as a reporter since Jan 2008.
He as well used to work at KOTV-TV the CBS affiliate in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and also at KSWO-TV in Lawton, Oklahoma as an anchor and reporter. While there, his investigation into unsuspecting renters and homeowners moving into unhealthy homes that were once methamphetamine labs guided officials to create rules to protect residents.