Josh Elliott Married to His Second Wife — His Wedding, Dating and Daughters Talks
- Date of Birth Jul 06, 1971
- Age 51 Years, 8 Months
- Nationality American
- Profession Journalist
- Career 2004-present
- Relationship Status Married
- Wife/Spouse Liz Cho
- Ex-Wife Priya Narang
- Divorce/Split Yes (Once)
- Wedding Date 11 July 2015
- Salary $2 Million
- Net Worth $5 Million
- Awards Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Morning Program(2017)
- Father Charles Elliott
- Mother Toni Jordan
- College University of California, Columbia University(1999)
- Height/ How Tall? 6 Feet 3 Inches
- Daughter/s Sarina Elliott
- Birth Place Los Angeles, California, United States
- Hair Color Black
- Eye Color Brown
- Children/Kids 1
Josh Elliott is a television journalist who is mostly renowned for his sports journalism for various national television networks, including ESPN, NBC News, Today, and CBS News. He also served as a news anchor for ABC's morning show Good Morning America.
Besides, the sportscaster is also a happily married man with his wife and children by his side.
Elliott Is Married to News Anchor Liz Cho
Elliott has been married to his wife, Liz Cho, since July 11, 2015. Cho is a news anchor for WABC-TV in New York City and formerly co-anchored the weekday editions of Eyewitness News.
Since getting married, the couple has not welcomed a baby together. However, they have a daughter each from their previous marriages.
Elliott is the biological father of 11-year-old daughter Sarina Elliott, whereas Cho's biological daughter is Louisa Simone Gottlieb, who is 13-year-old.
Three perfect reasons to believe our best is yet to come.
You astound and inspire, today and every day.... #InternationalWomensDay @LizCho7 pic.twitter.com/9QRbI1W1oq — Josh Elliott (@JoshElliott32) March 8, 2017
Elliott and Cho are together raising their children with the family majorly based in Manhattan, New York City. The sports journalist's daughter's primary custody is, however, with his ex-wife Priya Narang.
Their Daughters Served as Maids of Honor in Their Wedding
The journalist couple's wedding ceremony was held in Montecito, California — and it was an intimate ceremony with 70 close friends and family members in attendance.
Couldn't be happier to be Mrs. Josh Elliott. https://t.co/d0acJy08LL — Liz Cho (@LizCho7) July 12, 2015
The guests were invited to the garden of Villa Sevillano private estate, where the views of the sparkling Pacific Ocean enlightened the occasion.
Cho flaunted a rose petal-hued Ramona Kaveza silk gown, whereas Elliott, the groom, wore a blue suit by Zegna.
They also honored Elliott's late mother, who had died just three weeks before their wedding, with an empty chair at the ceremony and at the reception to make sure that she was with them throughout.
"She’ll be missed but in the best ways, she’ll be there," the 49-year-old sports anchor told People on the day of his wedding.
Later, Elliott's daughter Sarina and Cho's daughter Louisa served as maids of honor, while the pair's friend Sam Champion served as their lighthearted officiant.
The two had engaged back in September 2014, after Elliott proposed Cho during their vacation in August.
The Couple's Previous Marriages
Both Elliott and Cho were previously married before they started to date in 2012.
Elliott, a former co-anchor for the live telecast of ESPN's morning edition of SportsCenter, was married to Marketing Executive Priya Narang. Their biological daughter is Sarina, who was born in 2010.
Time is something I will never have enough of with you, my sweet little girl. Happy NINTH (!) Birthday, Monkey.... pic.twitter.com/v8JLcyO8JT — Josh Elliott (@JoshElliott32) August 26, 2017
Narang presently serves as a partner at Leverage Marketing Advisors.
On the other hand, Cho was married to Evan Gottlieb from 2008 to 2012 — and welcomed a daughter Louisa.
Elliott's Brief Bio: Age and Education
The sports journalist was born on July 6, 1971, in Los Angeles, California. His biological mother Susan gave him up for adoption to Charles Elliot and Toni Jordan because of financial issues.
Later, his father came out as gay, leading to his adopted parents' divorce when he was 13.
Despite all those hardships, Elliot graduated from the University of California with a Bachelor's degree in English literature. After that, he attended Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and received a Master's degree in Science in 1999.