Carl Quintanilla Biography
Carl Quintanilla is an actor and writer who has appeared in films such as NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (1970), CNBC Documentaries (2003), and Dateline NBC (1992). Squawk on the Street and Squawk Alley, two CNBC morning shows, he co-anchors, and anchors. He joined NBCUniversal in 1999.
Carl Quintanilla Age | Birthday
He is 51 years old as of 10 September 2021. He was born in 1970 in Midland, Michigan, United States. Carl celebrates his birthday every 10th of September.
Carl Quintanilla Education
Quintanilla earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of Colorado Boulder in 1993.
Carl Quintanilla Ethnicity | Nationality
Carl is an American national and citizen by birth. He was born in Midland, Michigan, United State of America, he is of North Germanic ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.
Carl Quintanilla Height
Quintanilla stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches.
Carl Quintanilla Family | Parents
He was born to punch father Robert Quintanilla in Midland, Michigan, United State of America
Carl Quintanilla Married | Wife | Children
Quintanilla is happily married to a former television producer who now works for Ralph Lauren as a product manager, Judy Chung. The couple has been married since 17 June 2005.
Carl Quintanilla Children
The two are blessed parents to twin daughters, Ava Jane Quintanilla and Lily Anna Quintanilla who were born on 17 June 2009, the same day he got married.
Carl Quintanilla’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $9 Million.
Carl Quintanilla| Salary
He earns an annual salary of $3 million.
Carl Quintanilla House
On Barn Lane, the owner of Squawk on the Street and Squawk Alley and his wife bought a new development home with seven bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms on a 0.96-acre lot. The open floor plan features a fully finished basement level, soaring ceilings, and a “nautical flair” throughout the 4,269-square-foot house, according to Douglas Elliman brokers Aaron Curti, Raphael Avigdor, and James Peyton. The house was last listed for $3.33 million and sold for “very close to asking,” according to the agent.
Carl Quintanilla CNBC | Career
He interned at Westword Magazine in Denver as a high school student. He worked as a writer and columnist for the Boulder Daily Camera from 1991 until 1993. He worked as an editorial assistant for NPR in Washington, D.C. for a summer. Quintanilla began his career as an editing assistant for National Public Radio in Washington, D.C., in the summer of 1991, before moving to Boulder to work as a writer and columnist for the Boulder Daily Camera from 1991 to 1993. In 1994, he joined The Wall Street Journal as a full-time writer for the newspaper’s Chicago office. He covered economic, airline, and manufacturing concerns for this. He also authored a weekly column for the front page of the newspaper about workplace challenges and trends. In 1999, his employment with The Wall Street Journal came to an end.
He joined CNBC in 1999 as a correspondent for programs such as Business Center and a co-anchor for the early-morning show Wake-Up Call. He has worked as a special journalist for Fox News Channel’s Fox X-press program. Carl, along with CNBC, was roundly chastised after the 2008 global financial crisis for failing to forecast the collapse and ask difficult questions of Wall Street leaders. Instead of asking him “tougher” questions, Carl reportedly asked Allen Stanford, a convicted former banker and sports sponsor, how it felt to be a millionaire on his show. This is what infuriated Stewart, as well as other media pundits.
He co-anchored the CNBC show Squawk Box from December 19, 2005, to July 2011 when he left and joined the new Squawk on the Street anchor team at the NYSE. He became a correspondent on HBO Real Sports in June 2014. While there, in January 2015, he presented a story on Stephon Marbury.