Marc Cota-Robles Biography
Marc Cota-Robles is an American journalist who works as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor for ABC7 Eyewitness News in Los Angeles. In June of 2014, he began working at ABC7.
How old is Marc Cota-Robles? – Age
He was born on 4 October 1983 in San Diego County, California. He is 39 years as of 2022.
Where did Marc Cota-Robles go to school? – Education
He has a bachelor’s degree in broadcast television journalism from Chapman University.
Marc Cota-Robles – Family
Linda and Rick Cota-Robles are his parents.
Since 2012, Marc has been married to Jasmine Viel, a reporter and anchor at CBS 2/KCAL. Marc met his wife while anchoring evening newscasts for CBS/FOX in Salinas, California. He has two kids, one of whom, Camden James, was born in November of 2018. He and his wife live in Pasadena with their two sons and rescue dog Hayley.
He is 5 feet 8 Inches (1.81 meters).
What is Cota-Robles Salary?
He receives an annual estimated salary that ranges from $100,000-109,000.
Cota-Robles Net Worth
His net worth is predicted to range from $1 million-$5 million.
Marc Cota-Robles Career
Marc covered the Las Vegas mass shooting, the disastrous Thomas Fire in Ventura, and the mudslide disaster in Montecito during his time at ABC7.
Marc joined ABC7 in June 2014 after nearly eight years as a reporter for KION-TV, a CBS affiliate in Salinas, California. Marc began his career at KION in 2010 as an evening news anchor. The station has recently won regional Emmy awards in a row for best newscast (small market) in Northern California. In 2012, Marc’s anchoring responsibilities were extended to KION’s sister stations in Santa Maria and Santa Barbara, California, KCOY 12 and KKFX FOX 11.
Marc started his career in 2006 as a morning news anchor for KVII-TV in Amarillo. Before joining the broadcast news sector, Marc raced open-wheel race cars in the Pro Mazda National Championship. He is still a big motorsports fan, having gone to every Indianapolis 500 since 1993.
Cota-Robles Twitter and Instagram
More than two dozen large boulders are blocking a residential sidewalk in Koreatown in what appears to be an effort to keep homeless encampments from sprouting up. https://t.co/tLfmYJ8Zpe
— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) February 1, 2022
But how does it taste? 😝 pic.twitter.com/3srjsTGDY8
— Marc Cota-Robles (@abc7marccr) February 2, 2022