Jory Rand Biography
Jory Rand is an American journalist who works as a weekend co-anchor and general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News in Los Angeles.
How old is Jory Rand? – Age
He was born on 10 October 1978, in Columbia, Maryland, in the United States. He turned 54 years in 2022.
Where did Jory Rand go to school? – Education
He was a two-time All-Conference hockey player and two-time ACC Champion at the University of Maryland, where he majored in broadcast journalism.
Jory Rand – Family
He has not shared anything concerning his parents and siblings.
Jory Rand’s Wife
Marci Gonzalez, a successful anchor and reporter, is Rand’s wife. Marci gave birth to a beautiful baby boy named Brooks Henry Rand on May 28, 2020, marking the couple’s first milestone as parents. 7 pounds, 2 ounces when he was born.
William Carr and Marci Gonzalez
Marci previously had a romantic relationship with William Carr. In the United States, William works as a news correspondent for Fox News Channel. The two have been exploring their romantic life since mid-September of 2016. During that period, the pair remained tight-lipped about their wedding plans or the addition of a third family member.
Will and Marci are rumored to have ended their relationship in 2019. The reasons for their breakup, as well as exact specifics, are unknown, and both ex-partners appear to have moved on with their lives.
Jory Rand’s Height
Rand is 5 feet 8 inches (1.72 m) tall.
What is Jory Salary?
The typical salary for an ABC 7 news anchor/reporter ranges from $33,774 to $112,519 per year.
Jory Net Worth
His net worth is predicted to be $1 million.
Jory Rand Career
While working at KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, Jory won two Pennsylvania Associated Press honors and four consecutive Golden Quill Awards from the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania. Jory began his broadcasting career as a sports reporter and anchor at WHAG-TV in Hagerstown, Maryland. He served at WWBT/WRLH in Richmond, Virginia.
The ABC Television Center, currently known as The Prospect Studios, on Prospect Avenue in Los Feliz, a neighborhood east of Hollywood, was the first home of KABC-TV. In 2000, KABC-TV moved to adjacent Glendale, into a new state-of-the-art facility built by César Pelli as part of the Disney Grand Central Creative Campus (GC3), in the Grand Central Business Centre on the old Grand Central Airport site.
On the Walt Disney World Resort, the station is located four miles (6 kilometers) east of ABC’s West Coast headquarters. The station is currently positioned four miles (6 kilometers) east of ABC’s West Coast headquarters on the Walt Disney Studios lot in Burbank.