Sam Brock NBC News, Bio, Age, Wife, Family, Height, Wedding, Married, Salary and Net Worth

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Last updated on May 30th, 2021 at 11:56 pm

Sam Brock Biography and Wiki

Sam Brock is an American journalist, anchor, and reporter currently serving as a correspondent at NBC News, in Miami, Florida since September 2019. He previously served for 7 years as a reporter at NBC Bay Area, in San Francisco, California. He also worked as a news anchor and political reporter at WTVR in Richmond, Virginia.

Sam Brock High School and College

Sam attended Hackley School for his high school education. He is a graduate of Northwestern University, Medill School of Journalism where he earned his Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Journalism.

Sam Brock Age and Birthday

Brock was raised up in Westchester County, New York, where he spent his childhood. Information regarding when he was born and celebrates his birthday is not available. It’s under review.

Sam Brock Nationality | Ethnicity

Sam holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and raised in Westchester County, New York, United States. He is of White ethnicity/heritage.

Sam Brock Parents | Family

Sam is the son of (mother) Julie Brock and his father and siblings’ information including their names are currently not available. We will update their information once confirmed available.

Sam Brock NBC Wife Name | Married

Sam is happily married to his wife Gabriela Dellan. The couple met while working at NBC Bay Area where they exchanged contacts and later celebrated their wedding. Information if the couple has children is not available.

Gabriela is a meteorologist where he serves as Weather and Traffic Presenter for Noticiero Telemundo 48/KSTS, the local station that serves the Spanish-speaking community in the California Bay Area. Dellán obtained his degree in Engineering from the Universidad Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho in Venezuela and his master’s degree in Project Engineering from Santa Clara University.

Before joining Telemundo 48, Dellán worked as the host of the morning show Despierta Sacramento, which airs on Univision 19 / KUVS in Sacramento. At the same time, she worked as a digital editor, maintaining the station’s digital accounts. Dellán has been awarded two Emmy Awards for her work as a presenter in the “Lifestyle” and “Entertainment” categories. This 2016, Dellan was awarded by the Academy of Arts and Sciences with three Emmy Awards. Dellán is involved with the Humane Society of Silicon Valley, an organization dedicated to the protection of defenseless animals.

Sam Brock Wedding

Sam and his wife Gabriela after dating for 5 five years they decided to tie the knot on January 20, 2018. The wedding ceremony took place at the Kimpton Epic Hotel in Miami, Florida. In attendance were family members of both couples and close friends.

Sam Brock Height

Sam stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.87 m). Information about his other body measurements is under review.

Sam Brock Salary

Sam as a correspondent at NBC News based in Miami earns an average salary of $73,220 per year.

Sam Brock Net Worth

Sam as an accomplished American journalist, anchor, and reporter has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

What happened to Sam Brock?

Sam after working as a reporter for two years and one month at NBC Bay area in San Francisco, he headed to Miami, Florida where he currently serves as a correspondent for NBC News. He joined the NBC News based in Miami, Florida in September 2019.

Sam Brock NBC News | Wikipedia

Sam Brock joined NBC News in September 2019 as a correspondent based in Miami, Florida. Before joining NBCC News, he worked for seven years as an evening news reporter at NBC Bay Area after joining the station in 2012. He also broadcasted on the Stations digital platforms.

While at NBC Bay, he won an Emmy Award for his coverage of the Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland. He also covered the Kate Steinle murder trial from start to end. He also covered the death of San Francisco Mayor Rd Lee and the devastating Wine Country fires. Sam reported on general assignment news with a focus on San Francisco politics and government issues.

In Richmond Virginia, Sam worked for four years as an evening news anchor and political reporter at WTVR-TV. While at WTVR, he covered various topics including gun policy, women’s rights issues, an effort to adopt the nation’s first ‘personhood’ law, and a series of stories investigating how Virginia cared for its intellectually disabled residents. As a reporter, he received four regional Emmy awards and several Associated Press awards. He started his career at TV-3 in Winchester, VA, nestled in the Shenandoah Valley region of Virginia.