Chris Cuomo Net Worth


Chris Cuomo Net Worth
Net Worth: $12 Million
Salary: $6 Million Per Year
Real Name: Chris Cuomo
Date of Birth: 9th August 1970
Age: 51 years old
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Profession: Journalist, Lawyer, Screenwriter
Nationality: American
Updated: 17th June 2022
Chris Cuomo Net Worth:
$12 Million

Chris Cuomo's Salary

$6 Million Per Year

CNN anchor and reporter Chris Cuomo is one of the highest-paid news anchors in the country, with a net worth of $12 million.

He currently serves as co-anchor of CNN’s morning show New Day, alongside Alisyn Camerota and Michaela Pereira. He previously hosted his own primetime show, Cuomo Prime Time, which was canceled in January 2019 due to low ratings.

Cuomo is also a lawyer and former politician who served as the 50th Lieutenant Governor of New York from 2011 to 2019. He ran as a Democrat in the 2006 New York gubernatorial election but lost in the Democratic primary election to Eliot Spitzer.

Prior to his current job, Cuomo anchored prime time shows on both MSNBC and CNN, including Chris Cuomo Primetime on CNN and Morning Joe on MSNBC.

Multiple Emmy Award Nominations

 CNN’s Chris Cuomo has been nominated for two Emmy awards for his hosting of “Cuomo Prime Time” and “New Day.”

His nominations are for Outstanding Interviewer and Outstanding Host in a News/Information, Reality, or Reality-Competition Program.

Cuomo’s interview with President Trump aired on CNN on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2019. The interview was moderated by Cuomo, who asked questions about the 2020 presidential election and Trump’s views on climate change.

The nomination is Cuomo’s first Emmy win as a host on CNN. He has previously been nominated twice for his work as a reporter at ABC News.

Andrew Cuomo

 Andrew Cuomo is a New York politician who has served as the 56th Governor of New York since January 1, 2011. He previously served as the Attorney General of New York from 2007 to 2010 and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development from 1997 to 2001.

Cuomo was born on December 6, 1957, in Queens, New York City. His parents are Mario M. Cuomo and Matilda Raffa (née Cuomo). He is the second of three children; his older brother is Christopher G. Cuomo, host of CNN’s Cuomo Prime Time, while his younger sister is Margaret Cuomo.

Cuomo graduated from The Albany Academy in 1975 and attended Fordham University in the Bronx before transferring to Yale University in 1977, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in history with honors in 1980. After college, Cuomo went on to study at Harvard Law School, where he received his Juris Doctorate degree in 1983.

Chris and Andrew Cuomo

Mario Cuomo

 Mario Matthew Cuomo (born June 15, 1932) is an American politician who served as the 52nd Governor of New York for three terms, from 1983 to 1994. He is the father of current Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Cuomo was born in the New York City borough of Queens. His family was poor and he grew up in a public housing project. Cuomo’s father abandoned the home when Mario was only five years old, leaving his mother to raise him and his four siblings on her own. At the age of nine, Cuomo earned money by selling newspapers at the Port Authority Bus Terminal near Times Square. He went on to earn a bachelor’s degree at Stony Brook University in 1952 and a master’s degree at Brown University in 1956.

In 1959, Cuomo married Matilda Raffa (1933–2017), an Italian-American from Queens who had grown up across from him in public housing; they had three children: Andrew, Chris, and Maria Christina.

Cuomo began his career as a lawyer with a private firm but soon became disillusioned by what he saw as unfairness in the system. In 1963, he was hired by Robert F. Kennedy as a special assistant in the Justice Department.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo

 Andrew Cuomo is the Governor of New York. He was sworn in on January 1, 2011. He became the 56th governor of New York and the first Democrat to hold that office since David Paterson in 2008.

Governor Cuomo has a long record of fighting for progressive policies that benefit all New Yorkers and he has been a champion for women’s reproductive rights, marriage equality, gun safety laws, and secure retirement.

The Governor’s agenda is focused on creating jobs and growing the economy; making our communities safer; transforming our schools; building infrastructure; protecting the environment; reforming Albany; improving health care; protecting New York’s finances, and strengthening the middle class.

Chris Cuomo on Good Morning America

 Chris Cuomo is the co-anchor of Good Morning America and the brother of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

Throughout his career, Chris has covered a wide range of topics and interviewed high-profile personalities.

His first job in journalism was at a local newspaper in his hometown of Queens, New York. He then moved on to work for CBS News as a correspondent for 60 Minutes II and 48 Hours II.

In 1999, he joined ABC News as a foreign correspondent covering the war in Kosovo. In 2004, he became an anchor on Good Morning America to replace Charles Gibson, who left the show to become the anchor of ABC World News Tonight.

Cuomo Prime Time Segment

He is the host of CNN’s primetime news program Cuomo Prime Time and the co-host of CNN’s morning show New Day.

Cuomo was previously a primary substitute for Piers Morgan on Piers Morgan Live, but since that show’s cancellation in 2014, he has hosted his own shows and appeared as a guest on other programs.

He worked as a lawyer before joining ABC News in 2003 as a correspondent for Good Morning America. In 2004, he became the host of 20/20 Downtown, after which he received assignments as a correspondent for World News Tonight with Peter Jennings and Nightline.

In 2007, he became a host of Primetime Thursday, which premiered on March 6, 2007, to fill the void left by Primetime Tuesday after it was canceled by ABC in 2006. In 2008, he became co-anchor of Primetime Thursday alongside Elizabeth Vargas and Josh Elliott at 10:00 pm Eastern Time on Wednesday nights, replacing Jennings who moved to Dateline NBC in fall 2008.[2] The program was renamed Primetime Nightline in 2009 upon its move to 11:00 pm Eastern Time.