Mike Marza Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, WABC/ABC7, Salary, and Net Worth

Mike Marza Biography

Mike Marza is an American journalist working as a weekend morning anchor and general assignment reporter for Channel 7 Eyewitness News. Marza joined Eyewitness News from KSHB-TV in Kansas City, where he was one of the primary evening co-anchors of the weekday newscasts at 5:00, 6:00, and 10:00 p.m. for which he won two consecutive Emmy Awards for Best Anchor.

Mike Marza Age

Mike was born on July 20, 1982, in the United States. He is 40 years old as of 2022. Marza celebrates his birthday on July 20th every year.

Mike Marza Height

Marza stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and has a weight of about 72kgs.

Mike Marza Family

Marza has not disclosed his family members, parents, and siblings. Mostly because he does not necessarily find this information useful to the public. We will keep you posted should this information be available.

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Mike Marza Wife

Marza is married to Rhiannon Ally, who works as an anchor as well. The two have three young children; a son and two daughters. However, McCoy, a 9-year-old Wheaten Terrier, is their “first child.” They are overjoyed to be rearing their family in New York once again.

Mike Marza Career

Marza currently serves as a contributor for WABC-TV News. Mike led KSHB-exclusive TV’s coverage of President Trump’s three trips to Missouri, and he also anchored the 2016 Vice Presidential Debate live from Virginia. In 2017, storms decimated communities outside of Kansas City, and he conducted in-person interviews with survivors there. Mike anchored live from the scene of a fatal mass shooting at a Kansas manufacturing factory in 2016. He traveled to Toronto and New York to cover the Kansas City Royals’ 2015 World Series journey before co-anchoring the victory parade and rally in front of 800,000 spectators in Kansas City.

Along with co-anchoring live pre-and post-game shows for nationally televised games, including the AFC Championship at Arrowhead Stadium, Mike traveled with the Kansas City Chiefs to Foxborough and Pittsburgh. His 2018 EMMY-winning investigations into an increase in youngsters dying in hot cars, a new initiative to catch bicycle thieves, a secret risk inside clothes dryers, and these topics all concerned bicycle theft. In a French fighter jet, he profiled the Patrouille de France, also referred to as the “French Blue Angels.”

Mike joins 41 Action News from WSVN-TV 7 News in Miami, where he reported for the 10:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. broadcasts and hosted the 4:00, 4:30, 5:30, and 6:30 p.m. weekday newscasts. During the Boston Marathon bombings, Mike co-anchor five hours of nonstop breaking news coverage. Mike co-anchors the special report on the tragedy that was the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School on 7News as it happens. Mike served as the live anchor during Mitt Romney’s election watch party in 2012. In 2012 and 2013, he further provided live coverage of Miami Heat championship parties.

Channel 7 Eyewitness

After working as a freelance Anchor and Correspondent for ABC News in New York City, Mike joined 7News. Mike frequently co-anchors the well-liked overnight programs “World News Now” and “America This Morning” on the network. Additionally, he contributed news stories to the weekend editions of ABC NewsOne, World News Now, and Good Morning America.

Mike provided live coverage for “Good Morning America” when Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the head of the International Monetary Fund, was taken into custody in New York. After the FBI busted a Russian spy network in New York, Mike broadcast live updates to audiences around the globe. He covered the Times Square bombing attempt that failed, Queen Elizabeth’s visit to New York City, and the JetBlue pilot who “quit” by using the emergency slide on the aircraft.

Also a previous Summer Fellow of the International Radio and Television Society of New York, Mike is proud of his accomplishments. By placing them in highly sought-after internships, the organization mentors students who are interested in careers in journalism. He also holds the “Stephen K. Nenno Most Inspirational Fellow Award” with pride. He frequently serves as a mentor to young aspirants in journalism as part of his dedication to giving back.

Mike Marza Salary

Marza earns an average salary of $75,000 annually.

Mike Marza Net Worth

Marza has an estimated net worth of $1 million. His primary source of income is his job as a Channel 7 Eyewitness News Correspondent.

Social Media Accounts

Marza is active on social media and he posts personal and work-related stuff from time to time. He has over 2000 followers on Instagram, about 1500 on Facebook, and around 2300 on Twitter.