Born on December 19, 1970, Liz Cho is an American and grew up in Concord, Massachusetts in a family of three. Her father was a Korean-American surgeon in Boston who was born in Korea and later migrated to America to practice medicine. Her mother, Donna Cho, was a Jewish-American raised in Brooklyn in New York. She is currently married to a German.
In the beginning of 2003, Liz Cho was recognized by the People Magazine as among the 50 most beautiful women. She gave birth to her first child, a girl named Louisa Simone Gottieb, on May 17, 2007 in New York City. It is believed that her kid is ¼ Korean, ¼ German and ½ mixed European ancestry and is a follower of a Jewish Religion.
She currently anchors weekday news along side Bill Rittler on WABC-TV situated in New York on the Eyewitness News. She anchors the weeknight of Eyewitness News at 6 and 11pm since July 2003. More to that, she is a Boston University graduate where she studied broadcast journalism. She currently resides with her husband in Manhattan.
Liz Cho joined ABCNEWS on January 1999 as a news correspondent for newsone – an affiliate of news service for ABC. For her first two months (January to February), she worked out of Chicago on several major stories among them being the impeachment trial of President Clinton and the campaign of the Texan presidential campaign of George W. Bush.
She was nominated for a Florida state Emmy award for a report she had done of the National Everglades in 1998. She was then working for the WPLG-TV. While still working for the WPLG-TV, Mrs. Liz Cho worked as an assignment editor cum producer for New England Cable News based in Newton.
In her tenor at ABC, she has anchored for almost all the major news events affecting the tri-state area. She covered the Democratic National Convention of 2004, New York held Republican National Convention and the Transit strike of 2005. Moreover, she traveled to Washington DC to cover the first in over 31 years state funeral of President Ronald Reagan's in June 2004.
Other than that, Liz Cho has covered several great stories. Among her most memorable were the Columbine high school shooting and the devastating Oklahoma tornado of 1997.
She is best known from WABC but has worked her way up via a respectable and memorable news gigs.