Elizabeth Vargas Biography
Elizabeth Vargas is an American award-winning television journalist currently anchoring “Elizabeth Vargas Reports,” an hour-long weekday news program on NewsNation since April 3, 2023. She also hosts “iCrime,” a half-hour syndicated crime series broadcast on WPIX-TV in New York.
Elizabeth Vargas Education
Elizabeth after graduating high school, joined the University of Missouri in Columbia in 1980 and received his bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1984.
Elizabeth Vargas Age and Birthday
How old is Elizabeth? Elizabeth is 61 years old as of 2023. She was born Elizabeth Anne Vargas on September 6, 1962, in Paterson, New Jersey, United States of America. Her birthday is always celebrated on September 6th of every year. RELATED: Jacqui Heinrich
Elizabeth Vargas Nationality and Ethnicity
Vargas holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. She was born and raised in Paterson, New Jersey, United States. She belongs to a mixed race of Italian-Spanish-Irish-American ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Elizabeth Vargas Height
How tall is Elizabeth? She stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (.68 m). Her other body measurements will be updated.
Elizabeth Vargas Family
Vargas is the daughter of (father) Rafael Vargas and (mother) Anne Vargas. She served as a colonel in the U.S. while her mother was a part-time English teacher. She grew up alongside two siblings Amy and Christopher, who both work in tech in Silicon Valley.
Elizabeth Vargas Husband
Is Elizabeth married? Elizabeth was married to her ex-husband Mac Cohn, an American singer and songwriter. The couple got married through a private wedding ceremony on July 20, 2002, after dating for three years. The duo is proud parents to two sons Zachary Raphael Cohn and Samuel Wyatt Cohn. RELATED: Jackie Ibanez
Elizabeth Vargas Salary
Elizabeth working as a news anchor at NewsNation earns an estimated annual salary of $150,000.
Elizabeth Vargas Net Worth
Elizabeth is an American award-winning television journalist and news anchor with an estimated net worth of $6 million.
Elizabeth Vargas RHOC
Elizabeth’s unexpected dismissal occurred in 2021 after a single season on the show. Throughout her time on the program, she courageously shared personal details about her challenging divorce and her difficult upbringing in a Missouri cult.
To Elizabeth’s utter surprise, news of her termination arrived as a complete shock alongside the departures of Kelly Dodd and Braunwyn Windham-Burke. She had been previously informed that she would be returning for Season 16, making the announcement all the more bewildering for the reality star.
Elizabeth Vargas New Nation
Vargas helms the captivating news program “Elizabeth Vargas Reports,” a compelling hour-long weekday show that premiered on NewsNation on April 3, 2023. RELATED: Scott Wapner
With a career spanning the globe, Vargas has immersed herself in covering breaking news stories, conducting profound investigations, and engaging in enlightening interviews with prominent figures. Presently, she graces the screens as the host of the syndicated crime series “iCrime,” a captivating half-hour program syndicated by WPIX-TV in New York and aired on various stations nationwide.
Vargas has made her mark as the esteemed host of Fox TV’s “America’s Most Wanted.” Prior to these roles, she achieved great success as the anchor of the acclaimed news magazine show “20/20” on ABC for an impressive 15-year tenure. Furthermore, she served as the Co-Anchor of ABC’s esteemed World News Tonight and contributed her expertise as a news anchor and frequent host of “Good Morning America.” In her illustrious career, Vargas also lent her voice and expertise to the compelling documentary series “A&E Investigates,” which continues to captivate audiences on Hulu.
In 2016, Vargas added the author to her list of accomplishments with the release of her memoir, “Between Breaths: A Memoir of Panic and Addiction.” Garnering widespread acclaim, the book soared to the top of the New York Times bestseller list, capturing the hearts of readers and earning numerous prestigious awards. Vargas’ passion for creating positive change extends beyond journalism, as she actively serves on the board of directors for the non-profit organization Partnership to End Addiction. Additionally, she hosts the thought-provoking podcast “Heart of the Matter,” which delves into the realms of addiction, recovery, and the pervasive stigma that challenges many individuals in their journey toward healing.