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Pablo Guzman Biography

Pablo Guzman is an American journalist who works as a reporter for WCBS-TV. He joined CBS 2 News in 1995 as a reporter and is now a senior journalist for the network. Before joining WCBS-TV, he worked as a reporter for Metromedia Channel 5 WNEW-TV (Now FOX 5 WNYW-TV) from 1984 to 1992 and for WNBC-TV from 1992 to 1995. Two regional Emmy Awards were bestowed upon him.

Pablo Guzman Age | Birthday

How old is Pablo? He is 71 years old as of 2022. He was born in 1951 in East Harlem, New York, United States. Pablo celebrates his birthday every year.

Pablo Guzman Education

Guzmán is a Bronx High School of Science graduate. He became a founder and co-leader of the Young Lords Party, a radical political organization that fought for Puerto Rican and Latino rights, after a year at the brand new State University of Old Westbury on Long Island (the campus was still being built, and the 81 students were housed on Oyster Bay).

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Pablo Guzman Nationality

Pablo is an American national and citizen by birth. He was born in East Harlem, New York, United State of America. However, he is of mixed ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.

Pablo Guzman Family | Parents| Siblings

He was born and raised in East Harlem, New York, United State of America. He was raised by his parents, but he has not provided any information about his siblings or family in general. It is unknown whether he had siblings, and the identity of his father and mother is still unknown. He has kept the public in the dark about his childhood.

Pablo Guzman Wife

Pablo is happily married to Debbie Corley. The couple has two children;  a daughter, Angela Guzman, and a son, Danie Guzman.

Pablo Guzman Salary

He earns an annual salary of $290,000.

Pablo Guzman Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $3 Million.

Pablo Guzman Career

Guzmán has written about a wide range of subjects. He’s lived in Mexico, spent three months in the People’s Republic of China while Mao was still alive, and reported from places like Kentucky, Costa Rica, Ohio, Cuba, and Texas, to name a few. A series of investigative investigations on deaths due by inappropriate emergency room care prompted new state limits on emergency department employment in New York. Pablo was the first to report that the 1993 World Trade Center bombing was carried out by Islamic jihadists, the first to report the arrest of mastermind Ramzi Yousef, and the first to report that the prime suspect in the Oklahoma City bombing was a white separatist rather than a Middle Eastern jihadist.

Using his experience as a writer, radio DJ, and talk show host, Guzmán has scored unique interviews with pop culture giants such as Sting, Carlos Santana, John Fogerty, Spike Lee, and Robert DeNiro. His distinct writing style mixes wit and cutting-edge narrative. Guzmán won an Emmy for his coverage of a police officer’s murder, and the New York Daily News ranked him one of the city’s three most popular television reporters in a poll. The Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association also recognized him for a report about a contentious police shooting in Washington Heights that helped to vindicate the officer.

Guzmán also served as an honorary member of the Grammy Awards’ Latin Music Selection Committee for the first two years, in acknowledgment of his efforts to persuade the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences to create the category. Guzmán has contributed to The Village Voice, Essence, Rolling Stone, Musician, Downbeat, Billboard, and the New York Daily News, among other publications. He also deejayed at WBLS and hosted radio talk shows on WMCA and WLIB.

Pablo served nine months of a two-year sentence after refusing to report for his conscription physical in an act of civil disobedience near the end of the Vietnam War. Others with a similar background of no prior arrests received community service or were given suspended sentences at the time. According to the FBI, he was a member of the Young Lords. Some of Pablo’s strongest connections when he initially started as a reporter were FBI agents and NYPD cops who had progressed through the ranks. Kelly attempted to arrest Pablo during his Young Lords days while he was a Sgt. with the 23rd Precinct.