Josh Elliott wiki, bio, age, salary, nbc, age, height, tv
He studied at Loyola High School of Los Angeles, and joined the University of California, Santa Barbara hoping to get on the water polo team. Instead, he worked at The Daily Nexus, the University's paper. This was how his career in journalism began, and later he gone on to be one of the most recognizable face among American news anchors. The following bio is of Josh Elliott, a popular TV anchor.
Josh Elliott was born on 6th July, 1971 and is an adopted child of Charles Elliott and Toni Jordan. In 1993, he graduated from University of California, Santa Barbara with a B.A. in English Literature and later he did his Master of Science at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism in 1999. Upon completing his education, Elliott worked for some time as a producer briefly for Galaxy Productions, and then moved on to 20th Century Fox.
He has done anchoring for various sports shows like NBC Sports, Today and also the morning edition of ESPN’s SportsCenter. He was previously associated with Good Morning America of ABC network. In 2004, he joined ESPN for Jim Rome is Burning and Around the Horn, as a panelist for both programs, and also appeared as a guest co-host on ESPN2's show Cold Pizza. He also hosted Classic Now, a segment that didn't last for long on ESPN Classic from June 2005 to March 2006. When Classic Now was cancelled, Elliot was a contributor to ESPN the Magazine as well as ESPN.com. Elliot and Hannah Storm were partner anchors for ESPN's SportsCenter that began airing live on weekday mornings since 11 August 2008.
In 2011, Elliott joined ABC's team on Good Morning America, and also began anchoring (as a substitute) for the weekend edition of ABC World News that started since 21 May 2011. From July to September in 2012, Elliott joined Lara Spencer in hosting Good Afternoon America that was broadcast in the afternoons on the ABC network. Elliott left ABC and joined NBC in 2014, and there were reports that he was making $4 million annually in salary.
Elliott debuted on NBC on the sports channel/segment due to a non-compete clause that prohibited his appearance on news segments or shows for 6 months. Elliott left NBC in December 2015. When CBS announced on 1st March 2016 that Elliott had been hired to be the lead anchor for CSBN (CBS' digital news service), David Rhodes (president of CBS News) stated that Elliot was in the perfect place, and while CBS had some but not enough of hardworking people. Elliott received the Emmy Award in 2005 for his contribution as a writer for MSG Network's Angels. He was one of Westwood One Sports' Super Bowl XL co-hosts.
Previously married and divorced to Priya Narang with whom he had a daughter named Sarina, Elliott is married to Liz Cho since 11th July, 2015 after they were engaged in 2014. There were images of Elliott and his newly married wife after their wedding ceremony in Montecito, California. His net worth is approximated to be around $5 million. He has a tall figure that is 6 feet 3 inches in height, and is currently 44 years in age. He has 221 thousand followers on twitter, and there are some contents tagged to him on instagram as well.