Quick Facts of Rick John Santelli

  • Full NameRick John Santelli
  • Date of Birth1956 /07 /06
  • NicknameRick
  • Marital StatusMarried
  • BirthplaceChicago, Illinois, U.S.
  • EthnicityAsian
  • ProfessionJournalist
  • NationalityAmerican
  • Eye colourBlack
  • Hair colourBlack
  • Online PresenceInstagram, Facebook and Twitter
  • Children2
  • HoroscopeCancer
Carl Quintanilla has received great fame from his hard work in the journalism field. Well, Carl is an American journalist who is famous for being an anchor for the shows Squawk on the Street and Squawk Alley, morning programs on CNBC. He received an Emmy Award, an Edward R. Murrow Award, and, in 2005, a Peabody Award for Hurricane Katrina coverage.
Apart from his incredible works as a reporter, he is happily married and has two children with his wife. Along with a flourishing career, Carl has also added a decent amount of money from his works as a reporter. So, what’s his net worth? Lets’ dig into the article to know more about Carl.

About Carl Quintanilla

Carl Quintanilla was born on September 10, 1970, in Midland, Michigan, the United States of America. Moreover, Quintanilla is American by nationality and belongs to Asian descent. As a child, he always wanted to be a disc jockey.
He interned at Westword Magazine in Denver as a high school student. In addition, he enrolled at the University of Colorado Boulder, from where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science in 1993. He became a reporter and columnist for the Daily Camera in Boulder from 1991 to 1993.

Wife Judy Chung

The television reporter, who is not just successful in his professional life, but also has a perfect personal life. He is happily married to Judy Chung since 2005. Both the couple worked together at CNBC shows where Chung served as a producer and Carl as an anchor. So it’s surprising that the duo might have started dating after they met on the network.

Carl Quintanilla with his wife
Carl Quintanilla with his wife Jude, Picture Source: Bustle

The exact date when they began their relationship is not revealed by Carl and Judy, but they decided to get married in 2005. Chung walked down the asile with her dad to marry her lover. The love birds exchanged their vows in an intimate wedding ceremony in the presence of their close friends and family. For now, they have spent fourteen years of married life. No such news about their divorce.

Carl Quintanilla with his kids
Carl Quintanilla with his daughters, Photo Source: MarriedDivorce

As of now, the duo is a proud parent of two children. The couple welcomed their twin daughters, Ava Jane and Lily Anna, in 2009. Judy and Carl are very busy individuals and work on tight schedules at all times. So far, the couple devoted their time to their daughters very well.

Carl Quintanilla’s Net Worth

As of 2019, the former The Wall Street Journal worker, Carl Quintanilla, has a net worth of $2.5 million. The media business, where he works as an anchor, is the primary source of his revenue. John Harwood and Melissa Lee are some of CNBC’s journalists who have respectable earnings.

Now, talking about his salary and incomes, the award-winning journalist makes around $500,000 from his works with the CNBC’s Squawk on the Street broadcast live which was previously hosted by Rick Santelli. Besides, his wife is a store manager of Calvin Klein, and from there, she makes an annual salary of around $44000 to $60000. Additionally, she is also a product/designer manager for Ralph Lauren, and the average salary for a design manager is $10200.

Other Assets

The husband and wife bought a lavish home in 2017, at Bridgehampton, Long Osland, New York. Their 4,200 square foot home, consisting of seven bedrooms, six and a half bathrooms, costs $3.2 million.

In addition, a double-height dining hall, glass doors, and curved ceilings feature in their spacious home. It also has a sizable state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen, a terrace with naval flair, and a spa pool.

Career Details

In 2005, as part of NBC’s team coverage of Hurricane Katrina, Carl Quintanilla spent weeks in New Orleans. Carl has shared a national Emmy Award, a DuPont Award, an RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award, and a Peabody Award for his coverage.

In addition, he has covered five Olympic games,¬† the 2004 presidential campaign, and international military conflicts from Israel to Iraq. In 2007, for the documentary Big Mac: Inside the McDonald’s Empire, CNBC traveled to China to cover McDonald’s efforts in the region. Quintanilla joined HBO Real Sports as a correspondent in June 2014. In January 2015, he introduced a tale about Stephon Marbury.