The Beautiful Liz Cho
If you do not watch WABC-New York then you probably do not know who Liz Cho is. And trust me you’re missing seeing a great and beautiful co-anchor in action.
Liz Cho is a co-anchor of the WABC-New York’s ‘Eyewitness News’. And you will be sure when Liz delivers the News it does not matter whether its good news or bad news, she always makes it look great.
Liz personal information
Elizabeth Cho AKA Cho ‘Nuff was born in 1971 December 19th. She is a 5 7” with beautiful piercing eyes and a great personality. She grew up in the beautiful town of Concord in Massachusetts. She has a younger brother named Andrew. Her father Sang Cho an American Korean surgeon moved from Korea to the US to practice medicine and her mother is Jewish American.
She started her journalism career as an assignment editor at the England Cable News in Newton Massachusetts. In 1999 Cho was working for the ABC News as a correspondent for the ABC NewsOne. At that time she was based in Chicago and later become the co-anchor for the ABC overnight News called ‘World News’ now working together with Derek McGinty. She was also working as a fill-in newsreader for the ‘Good Morning America’. Before she moved to ABC News, she was working for the WPLG in Miami. She began working for the WABC in July of 2003 after replacing Diana Williams. In 2003 the people magazine recognized her as one of “50 Most Beautiful People”. This greatly boosted her public image and now Cho is not only known by the News people but by every single person in the world. In 2007 May 17th, she gave birth to her first beautiful healthy and stunning baby girl. She named her baby, who is a mixed blood of Korean, German, mixed European heritage and Jewish; Louisa Simone Gottlieb.
Liz Cho has had the privilege to work along side Lee Goldberg, Bill Ritter and Scott Clark.
Liz has covered some of the countries most interesting stories like President Clinton’s arraignment hearing, the Columbine high school massacre where about 12 students and 1 teacher were killed by 2 senior students and injured over 21 other students. She also covered the devastating tornado that hit Oklahoma in 1997 and left over 47 people dead and millions of properties destroyed.