John Quinones is a distinguished American correspondent, commentator, TV host, and writer. He is the winner of the 1999 George Foster Peabody Award.
Who is John Quiñones?
Juan Manuel Quiñones, prominently known as John Quinones, is a reputed correspondent and commentator hailing from the United States of America. He is also a writer and has penned down two books- Heroes Among Us: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Choices, What Would You Do?: Words of Wisdom About Doing the Right Thing. Quiñones is currently in ABC News as a correspondent and What Would You Do? show as a host. For his selfless contribution to the field of journalism, the correspondent has been honored with several prestigious titles. In 1999, he won the George Foster Peabody Award. The following year, the TV host received the ALMA Award in Outstanding Correspondent, Anchor, and Host of a National News Program or Special.
For his coverage of suicide bombers in Israel, Quiñones was awarded the CINE award. He has also received the Gabriel Award for excellence in broadcasting news. The commentator bagged a World Hunger Media Award for his fearless reporting. In 2005, John Quiñones won the Pigasus Award for his coverage of the criminal John of God. He has bagged the Emmy Award seven times in his career to date. Aside from these, the commentator received the National Hispanic Media Coalition’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2016. Quiñones has worked in Good Morning America, Primetime Live, ABC 2000 Today, What Would You Do?, 20/20 on ID, and 20/20 on OWN.
|Birth Name||Juan Manuel Quiñones|
|Birth Date||May 23, 1952 (Age 69)|
|Birth Place||San Antonio, Texas, USA|
|Other Names||John Quiñones|
|Parent(s)||Maria Quiñones, Bruno Quiñones|
|Sibling(s)||Rosemary Quiñones, Irma Quiñones|
|High School||G.W. Brackenridge High School|
|College||Columbia University, St. Mary’s University|
|Education||Postgraduate in journalism|
|Profession||Correspondent, commentator, TV host, and writer|
|Active Years||1975- Present|
|Height||5 feet 7 inches|
|Eye color||Dark brown|
|Spouse(s)||Nancy Loftus Quinones (1988-2009)|
Deanna White (2010- Present)
|Children||Nicco Quiñones, Julian Quiñones|
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|Net worth||$2 million|
What is John Quiñones’ profession?
- John Quiñones is a noted journalist in the USA. He is a professional reporter, commentator, correspondent, and writer. After completing his post-graduation in journalism, Quiñones joined KTRH as a radio news editor in 1975. He left the job in 1978 and started working for KPRC-TV. Soon after that, the correspondent joined WBBM-TV. In 1982, he started working with ABC News as a general reporter. Following the dedication of the correspondent, he received a chance to host the Primetime news show.
- Quiñones is still working with the ABC network and has gained immense popularity with the network. It is also associated with 20/20, Good Morning America, ABC World News Tonight, and Nightline. The reporter is also a notable writer. He released Heroes Among Us: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Choices in 2009. Quiñones released his second book titled What Would You Do?: Words of Wisdom About Doing the Right Thing in 2015.
Who are John Quiñones’ parents?
John Quiñones’ parents are Maria Quiñones and Bruno Quiñones. The commentator was born on May 23, 1952, in San Antonio, Texas, USA. He attended G.W. Brackenridge High School. Quiñones graduated from St. Mary’s University. Later, he completed his post-graduation from Columbia University.
Does John Quiñones have any kids?
John Quiñones married Nancy Loftus Quinones in 1988, but they separated in 2009. He then married Deanna White in 2010. Quiñones has three kids including Nicco Quiñones and Julian Quiñones.
What is John Quiñones’ net worth?
John Quiñones’ net worth is $2 million.
- John Quiñones’ birth sign is Gemini.
- He is 5.7 feet tall.
- Deanna White is Quiñones’ wife.
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