Carl Quintanilla Height, Salary, CNBC, Wife, Bio, Age, Net Worth, Nationality, House and Salary

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Carl Quintanilla Biography and Wiki

Carl Quintanilla is an American journalist serving as the co-anchor of CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street”and “Money Movers” based in New York. He joined NBCUniversal in 1999 after working for six years as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal.

Carl Quintanilla Age and Birthday

How old is Carl? Carl is 54 years old as of  2024. He was born on September 10, 1970, in Midland, Michigan, United States of America, His birthday is always celebrated on September 10th of every year. READ: Matthew Trebek

Carl Quintanilla College and Education

Quintanilla earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of Colorado Boulder in 1993.

Carl Quintanilla Height

He has an average height of 5 feet 9 inches tall which is about 1.80 meters.

Carl Quintanilla Family | Parents

Carl was born in Midland, Michigan to (father) Robert Quintanilla. We were unable to learn anything about his siblings because no such information was available to the public. As a result, It’s unknown whether he has siblings. This section, however, will be updated as soon as new information becomes available.

Carl Quintanilla Wife | Children

Who is Carl Married to? Quintanilla is currently married to Judy Chung, a former television producer who now works for Ralph Lauren as a product manager. The two have 2 daughters; Ava Jane Quintanilla and Lily Anna Quintanilla. READ: Perry Russom

Carl Quintanilla Divorce

At this time, we don’t have any definite information about his divorce. This information will be updated as soon as possible.

Carl Quintanilla’s Net Worth

Carl is an American journalist, anchor and reporter who has an estimated net worth of $9 Million.

Carl Quintanilla Salary

Quintanilla working as a co-anchor of “Squawk on the Street” and anchor of “TechCheck” at CNBC earns an annual salary of $3 million.

Carl Quintanilla House

On Barn Lane, the anchor of Squawk on the Street and Squawk Alley, along with his wife, purchased a seven-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom new development home on 0.96 acres. The open floor plan has a fully finished lower level, soaring ceilings, and a “nautical flair” throughout the 4,269-square-foot property, according to Douglas Elliman brokers Aaron Curti, Raphael Avigdor, and James Peyton. The house was last listed for $3.33 million and sold for “quite close to asking,” according to the realtor. The eat-in kitchen features stainless steel appliances, marble countertops, and a center island. There is a heated gunite pool and a bluestone terrace on the property. READ: Mia Atkins 

Carl Quintanilla CNBC News 

Carl Quintanilla serves as co-anchor for CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” (weekdays, 9 AM-11 AM ET) and “Money Movers” (weekdays, 11 AM-12 PM ET), both originating from Post 9 at the New York Stock Exchange. Since his affiliation with NBCUniversal began in 1999, Quintanilla has undertaken diverse assignments for CNBC and NBC News.

He served as a correspondent based in New York and Chicago for “Today” and “NBC Nightly News,” covering significant events such as the Olympic games, presidential elections, and global military conflicts spanning from Israel to Iraq. His contributions to NBC’s reporting on Hurricane Katrina in 2005 earned him prestigious accolades including a national Emmy Award, DuPont Award, RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award, and the esteemed Peabody Award.

Quintanilla has also produced several one-hour documentaries for CNBC, delving into topics such as extreme sports with “The New High,” the impact of social media with “#TwitterRevolution,” and the inner workings of major corporations like Costco and McDonald’s.

Additionally, his documentary work includes explorations of subjects like BMW’s automotive legacy, the waste management industry in “Trash Inc: The Secret Life of Garbage,” and the culture of finance at Harvard Business School in “The Money Chase.” Before his tenure at NBC, Quintanilla spent six years as a reporter at The Wall Street Journal.