|Date of Birth:||1952, May 13|
|Age:||67 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Birth Name||Mark Giangreco|
|Birth Place||Buffalo, New York|
|Famous Name||Mark Giangreco|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
|Currently Working For||WLS-TV|
|University attended||University of Dayton|
|School attended||Canisius High School|
|Married to||Cindy Giangreco|
|Children||3 (Mark, Christopher, and Matt)|
Mark Giangreco is sports director and leading sports anchor for WLS- TV's based in Chicago, Illinois. He also anchors the ABC7 sports segment during the 5 pm and 10 pm newscasts and also is an ESPN radio contributor. Further, he is a three times Emmy awards winner.
The Resident of the United States, Mark Giangreco was married to Cindy Giangreco and has 3 children with her. Further, his estimated net worth is believed to be in millions and also earns a handsome amount of salary.
The American sportscaster/anchor Mark Giangreco has an estimated net worth over $4 million. Further, WLS-TV reporter receives an added sum of money from his radio and TV guest appearances as a sports pundit too. Further, he has not revealed any information regarding his annual salary.
Mark Giangreco is one of the most popular WLS-TV anchors who has made a successful career as a sports anchorman. As WLS-TV is a popular Sports Network, it is well known for paying a heavy amount of salary to its sportscasters. As Mark Giangreco is a regular WLS-TV anchor, he earns a decent amount of salary from the network.
He paid $1.5 million in 1995 to purchase the house after he was married to Cindy Giangreco.
In addition, Mark Giangreco owned $2.78 million worth of A stone and timber Tudor manor in Wilmette. Later, the couple settled the property part of their divorce settlement, with Cindi Giangreco taking sole title to the 7,362-square-foot mansion.
Recently, Mark brought a house in One Museum Park East of worth $1.225 million. In addition, Giangreco, 57, previously owned a loft in the Fulton Market neighborhood, which he bought for $397,500 in 2001 and sold for $425,000 in January.
Mark was married to his longtime girlfriend Cindy Giangreco and has 3 children named Mark Christopher, and Matt from the relationship. Later, the couple was separated in the early 2000s.
Mark Giangreco was once suspended for a week for his joke on Detroit, Michigan after the victory of Detroit Pistons on NBA Championship.
In 2017, Giangreco was caught into a controversy after he tweeted a hateful tweet on United State's President Donald Trump, as:
A hateful ignorant corrupt simpleton supported by 87% of Republicans. He was suspended by ABC for his comments, which were said to not in line with ABC 7 Chicago’s non-partisan editorial standards.
Giangreco was suspended for a joke on the city of Detroit, Michigan after the Detroit Pistons won the NBA championship. The joke consisted of a black and white video clip of a city that was burning and said that it was a " typical night for Detroit." Immediately after the clip, Giangreco said he was kidding.
Mark Giangreco was born on May 13, 1952, in Buffalo, New York. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group. Further, the details about his parents are not available yet. He grew up along his siblings Thomas Giangreco who is a medical device consultant by profession and Pete Giangreco, a Democratic Party political consultant by profession.
Mark Giangreco after graduating from Canisius High School in 1970, joined the University of Dayton and acquired his degree Bachelor's degree in Communication in 1974.
Mark Giangreco began his career in 1972 as a news and sports reporter at the WING- AM radio station based in Dayton during his college years.
He got his first job at NBC in Dayton, where he worked for less than a year, moving to WLKY- TV in Louisville, Kentucky in 1978.
After four years as a sports anchor and sports director with WLKY- TV in Louisville, Mark moved to WMAQ- TV based in Chicago in 1982.
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Mark Giangreco joined ABC7 as an anchor in the sports segments in 1994. He is currently serving as sports director and leading sports anchor at WLS- TV in Chicago, Illinois.