Carl Quintanilla CNBC, Bio, Age, Salary, Worth, Wife, Kids, Height

Carl Quintanilla Biography/Wikipedia

Carl Quintanilla is an American media correspondent at CNBC. He works as an anchor of “Squawk on the Street” and the “TechCheck” programs. He prior hosted “Squawk Alley” which was also a morning program.

How old is Carl Quintanilla today? Age, Birthday, Nationality, and Ethnic Background Explained

Quintanilla is currently 52 years old. He was born on 10th September 1970 in Midland, Michigan, United States of America. He does celebrate his birthday every 10th of September of the year. Nevertheless, Carl, a Midland native, holds American nationality by birth with a white ethnic background.

How tall is Carl Quintanilla Height? Weight and Other Body Measurements Revealed

Quintanilla is an average man in height, standing at a height of 5ft 9in ( Approximately 1.75m). Also has a very moderate body weight that complements his handsome look. However, his other body measurements which entail shoe size and biceps as well are currently not known to the public. READ: Maria Stephanos WCVB, Bio, Age, Salary, Worth, Husband, Kids, and Illness

Details of Carl Quintanilla’s Family Background/ Parents and Siblings

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Quintanilla is the son of Robert Quintanilla, however, not much is known about his parents in public. However, Carl’s father is named Robert Quintanilla. He has proven to be quite private with his family issues, it is not even clear if he has siblings.

Carl Quintanilla’s Wife/Spouse and Children:-Who is Carl Quintanilla married to? Is Carl Quintanilla married?

Carl is married to his wife Judy Chung who previously worked as a TV producer and currently works for Ralph Lauren as a product manager. The duo bought a house in Bridgehampton, New York In 2017 for $3.2 Million. Carl and Judy exchanged their vows in 2005, and the two have since been blessed with beautiful twins daughter Lily Anna and Ava Jane whom they welcomed in 2009.

Quintanilla’s happiness in the reception of their twins was expressed in a statement where he described his feeling as everything his friends and family have described a thousand times. The family lives happily and coincidentally, their daughters’ birthday happened to be the couples’ wedding anniversary day- such a blessing.

House of Carl Quintanilla

Quintanilla and his wife Judy purchased a house at the cost of $3.2 Million in Bridgehampton, New York, in the United States of America in 2017. Moreover, the house which is now their new home is located on 0.96 acres in the neighborhood of Barns & Vine. Further, Carl’s house has seven bedrooms with 6 baths.

Carl Quintanilla Education Background

Carl attended the University of Colorado, Boulder where he qualified with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. He attended his high school education at Los Alamos High School.

Carl aspired to be a disc jockey when he was still a little boy. He went for an internship at Westword Magazine, Denver while he was in high school student.

Furthermore, he worked at the Daily Camera in Boulder as a columnist and a reporter between the year 1991 and 1993. During summer seasons he would work for NPR in Washington D.C as an assistant editor.

Carl Quintanilla CNBC

Quintanilla anchors the CNBC morning programs “Squawk on the Street”(M-F, 9 AM-11 AM ET) and “TechCheck” (M-F, 11 AM-12 PM ET/8 AM-9 AM PT). Prior thereto, he hosted the morning program“Squawk Alley.”

In 1999, Carl started working with NBCUniversal, and since then he has reported on so many stories for NBC and CNBC News, in which he was a Chicago- and New York-based journalist for the “Today” program and “ Nightly News,” for NBC. Further to the presidential elections, the conflicts that affected the international military from Israel to Iraq, and the Olympic games.

In his good job, Carl has achieved many awards; he also got a split of national Emmy awards, DuPont ward, Peabody Award, and RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award for the coverage of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 from NBC.

Quintanilla also worked as a correspondent for “The Wall Street Journal” for six years before he began working with NBC. Carl has done several commendable jobs as a journalist at CNBC.

The various shows he has given reports on include; “The Money Chase- Inside Harvard Business School,” “Big Mac done Inside the McDonald’s Empire,” “The Costco Craze – Inside the Warehouse Giant,” “The New High – Extreme Sports,” the ”#TwitterRevolution,” the “BMW – A Driving Obsession,” and the “Trash Inc – The Secret Life of Garbage”.

What They Don’t Tell You About Carl Quintanilla

However, Quintanilla has also received a backlash in his journalism career. Together with his other colleagues at CNBC, Jon Stewart reprimanded them for the repercussions of failing to forecast the decline and even asked very hard questions of Wall Streat executives about the financial crisis of 2007–2008.

In one of his shows, Carl questioned Allen Stanford (known as the orchestrator of a “massive Ponzi scheme) about how it felt to be a billionaire. Carl has also worked on behalf of his other colleagues as a substitute anchor of NBC Nightly News in the weekend and weekday editions when hosts Lester Holt and Brian Williams were out on an assignment. He also worked as a substitute host for the “Today” show. These were between 2010 and 2015 September.

In 2015 Oct.28th, Carl became a moderator of the 2016 Republican Party presidential debates and forums as a CNBC journalist. Here his co-moderators from CNBC and he also received a backlash from the public for being disrespectful to the candidates.

Carl Quintanilla Salary:- How much does Carl Quintanilla make?

Quintanilla earns an estimated salary of $ 3 Million per year.

Carl Quintanilla’s Net Worth

Over the years the passionate media correspondent has made a significant net worth of $ 9 Million.