Mo Rocca Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, CBS, Salary and Net Worth

Mo Rocca is an American award-winning journalist humorist, and actor currently working as a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, where he reports on a wide range of topics for the top-rated Sunday morning news program.

Mo Rocca Profile

Mo Rocca is an American award-winning journalist, humorist, and actor currently working as a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, where he reports on a wide range of topics for the top-rated Sunday morning news program.

Mo Rocca Career

Rocca is a frequent CBS Sunday Morning correspondent with Jane Pauley. His work contains articles, features, and profiles that concentrate on presidential history. At the Wait Wait Wait, Wait Show, he’s a frequent panelist. Don’t tell me that! On the radio network of the NPR.

In 2012, Rocca became a regular contributor to the new CBS This Morning. Rocca’s humorous novel, All Presidents’ Pets: The Story of One Writer Refusing to Roll Over, deals with American presidents, their cats, and reporters, and was published by Crown Books in 2004.

Rocca, parlaying his podcast “Mobituaries” wrote Mobituaries in 2019, a novel about undervalued figures in history, such as Elizabeth Jennings Graham. Rocca has produced and presented the My Grandmother’s Ravioli show on the Cooking Channel since its launch in 2012, with which it journeys around the United States, learning to cook from grandmas and grandpas in their kitchens. 

Previously, he anchored Food(Graphics) on the Cooking Channel and was a frequent judge of Iron Chef America on the Food Network. Rocca was a columnist on VH1 I Love the ’70s and I Love the ’80s. He was the host of Bravo’s Things I Hate About You Channel and Whoa Channel! Sunday, which debuted on the Animal Planet TV channel in 2005. He has made cameo appearances for the Law & Order TV franchise in the episodes “Authority” (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) and “Contract” (Law & Order: Criminal Intent) both in 2008.

He is now hosting the Henry Ford Invention Country regularly, which has been broadcast on Saturdays since 2014 as part of the CBS Dream Squad. On September 25, 2015, Rocca was a reader at the Mass celebrated by Pope Francis in Madison Square Garden, New York City. Rocca played the part of Vice-Principal Douglas Panch on Broadway in the 25th annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Rocca starred in Bewitched’s 2005 short, and in 2007 in the independent science fiction-family comedy I’m going to believe you with fellow Daily Show alumnus Ed Helms.

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Full Name Mo Rocca
Age 53 years old as of 2022
Nationality American 
Spouse Not Available
Net Worth $1 Million – $5 Million

In 2012, Rocca was the narrator of the documentary Political Dysfunction, a video that satirically analyzes the American election system which screened on PBS in 2012 and 2016. He posted a reading of the Scriptures on social media that he gave while acting as a reader at Pope Francis’ 2015 Mass in Madison Square Garden. His introduction to AOL Newsbloggers was named Mo Rocca 180°: Twice as Boring as Daily News. On May 13, 2015, Rocca appeared on a Jeopardy Celebrity episode! And finished second to CNN reporter John Berman, amassing a record of $41,600. In 2016, Rocca started moderating the National Geographic Bee Finals. Soledad O’Brien had preceded him, and Alex Trebek had preceded O’Brien. n the second season of The Good War, Rocca played a conservative morning TV show host.

Mo Rocca Age

Rocca is 53 years old as of 2022. He was born on January 28, 1969, in Washington, D.C., United States. He celebrates his birthday on the 28th of January every year. 

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Mo Rocca Height

Rocca stands at a height of 6 feet (1.83 m) tall. 

Mo Rocca Family

Rocca’s mother immigrated from Bogotá, Colombia, at the age of 28 in 1956, and his father was a third-generation Italian-American from Leominster, Massachusetts. He has two brothers;  Frank and Larry.

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In July 2011, Rocca announced in The Six Pack podcast episode 73 that he was gay. His inclusion in Pope Francis’ September 2015 Mass in Madison Square Garden was hailed by gay rights activists.

Mo Rocca Salary

Being one of the top reporters for CBS, Rocca earns an annual salary ranging between $ 20,000 – $ 100,000.

Mo Rocca Net Worth

Rocca has an estimated net worth of $3 Million which he has earned through his successful career as a journalist.

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