Rob Marciano, also known as Robert Mark Marciano, was born in on the 25th of June 1968 therefore his zodiac sign is cancer. He was born in Glenville, Connecticut. He is of Italian and German origin and belongs to multiple ethnic groups. Rob is 6 feet 2 inches tall, weighs 78kgs and has dark brown hair and brown eyes.
Rob Marciano Is Married To Wife Eryn Marciano And Is Not Gay
Robert Mark has one wife and two children. His wife, Eryn Marciano, had been his girlfriend for seven years before they got married on the 27th of November 2010. He has also been suspected to be gay on many occasions, but the claims have not been confirmed. He was blessed with a girl and a boy following each other in that order. The girl is called Madelynn Marciano. Madelynn is now eight years and was born on the 19th of November of the year 2011. The boy, Mason Anthony Marciano, was born on the 12th of June 2018.
According to Biowikis, Rob has kept his personal life out of the limelight, but he is happily married. Marciano and his family are located in Fairfield County in Connecticut, United States. It has also confirmed that Rob is related to Rocky Marciano, a former American professional boxer who held the title of world heavyweight champion for four years (1952 to1955). He completed his boxing career undefeated.
Rob Marciano Net Worth
Robert is famous and rich, therefore catches a lot of attention on social media and in the work environment. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Marciano’s net worth is two million US dollars, but his monthly or yearly salary is not yet known. He’s on social platforms too, and they include twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Rob has approximately one hundred and twelve thousand followers on Facebook, two hundred thousand followers on twitter and forty-nine thousand followers on Instagram.
Rob Marciano Career Details
Marciano studied meteorology at Cornell University and is a recognized meteorologist in the United States. He is also a known journalist who has worked in many TV stations in their country. Currently, he is working at the ABC news, and during the weekend editions, he provides forecasts for Good Morning America.His career has been a long journey since he joined the meteorology society and became a known journalist. He also worked as the weather anchor for the WVIT Connecticut News in West Hartford, Connecticut. Rob became a recognized meteorologist after that and got offers from many TV stations. He served as the chief meteorologist again for the KATU TV and KXL News Radio located in Portland in Oregon.
In the year 2003, he worked for CNN as a journalist and chief meteorologist. He also worked across the CNN Network as a field correspondent. At CNN, he made reports from the field during natural disasters like during the hurricane in Katrina and the BP oil located in the Gulf of Mexico, which earned him a Peabody award. Marciano hosted special primetime segments, including the famous “Rescue: Saving the Gulf,” where he worked together with heroes who saved skimmed oil, wildlife and made sure the beach got cleaned while it was at its worst polluted state by spilled oil. He bid them goodbye on the 21st of December 2012 for an offer to work at Entertainment Tonight. He started working for Entertainment Tonight in January 2013. He co-anchored the nightly thirty minutes program on the weekdays and the one hour program on the weekend edition. In Entertainment Tonight, Rob interviewed a lot of celebrities, including full-hour specials with Katy Perry and Jennifer Lopez. Rob later moved to anchor for ABC News. He co-anchored with Ginger Zee, who had succeeded Sam Champion, who anchored before them. Holding the American Meteorology Society Seal of approval and being a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist, he was made the senior meteorologist. Rob made and anchored reports on the latest weather headlines throughout the week. He also managed and anchored extreme weather coverage across all ABC news platforms.
Since September 2014, when he joined ABC News, he has reported all detectable natural disasters that have occurred in the United States and its environs. These include tornadoes, blizzards, earthquakes, floods and erupting volcanoes. He has been on all-natural tragedies reported, including the hurricane that devastated most parts of Texas, Puerto Rico and Florida. Marciano was on reporting on the Oregon coast during the Great American Eclipse, among others. He is also known to risk his life because of his passion for meteorology and journalism, making him a phenomenal example of journalism, especially in the meteorological department.