Chris Cimino Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, WNBC

Chris Cimino WNBC
Chris Cimino WNBC

Chris Cimino Biography

This is what you need to know about Chris Cimino a well known American meteorologist currently working at WNBC television’s early-morning news program, Today in New York in New York City, New York. Cimino was a substitute meteorologist for the NBC network’s Today program.

Chris Cimino Age

Chris Cimino was born on April 27, 1969 in Queens, New York in the United States. He is 51 years old as of 2020.

Chris Cimino Height

Cimino stands at a height of ‎5 feet 7 inches (174 cm).

Chris Cimino Family

Cimino is a father of two and then husband to his late wife Nancy Cimino

Chris Cimino Wife

Cimino was married to Nancy Cimino from 1985 till her death in 2016. They are parents of their two children, a son, Jeremy, and a daughter, Carly. Nancy was an accountant for many years.

Chris Cimino Wife Dead

Cimino’s wife Nancy passed in 2016 but the cause of death is not known. She left behjind her husband Chris and their two children. Chris has ever revealed that he has struggled raising their children by being both a father and a mother and felt like he failed his late wife Nancy.

Chris Cimino Salary

Cimino receives an annual approximated salary of $73738 – $173280. This is according to the annual approximated salary of a meteorologist at WNBC in New York.

Chris Cimino Net Worth

Cimino has an estimated net worth of ‎$500K U.S dollars. His career as a meteorologist is the primary source of his income.

Chris Cimino Career

Before joining WNBC in December 1995, Cimino worked at WTXF-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he was the weekend meteorologist since January 1995. Prior to that, he worked as a meteorologist in the Cincinnati, Ohio, television market, and on the radio with Compu-Weather and Metro Weather Service and WROC-TV in Rochester, New York.

Cimino was part of an incident in which he had to give a weather report dressed in a New York Yankees baseball costume on September 20, 2004. The idea came after Cimino lost a bet to his eleven-year-old neighbor in which the Mets would have to win at least seventy-five games; the Mets were unsuccessful. The report ended with Cimino’s colleague, sportscaster Otis Livingston, interrupting while dressed as the Mr. Met mascot, “beating up” Cimino.

During his time at WNBC Cimino filled in for Al Roker on the Today Show, His quote to go to the local weather update was, “That was the look of the National Weather, Now here is your Local Forecast.” Cimino is a resident of East Brunswick Township, New Jersey. His final day at WNBC was July 2, 2019. His replacement, Maria LaRosa started on July 29, 2019.