Sam Brock Biography and Wiki
Sam Brock is an American Emmy award-winning journalist currently serving as a correspondent for NBC News based in Miami, Florida. Prior to this, Brock worked as a reporter for NBC Bay Area’s evening news broadcasts and on the station’s digital platforms.
Sam Brock Age and Birthday
Sam’s age, date of birth, and birthday details have not yet been made public. This section will be updated soon when established.
Sam Brock Height
Brock stands at a height of 6 feet 5 inches (Approx. 1.96 m).
Sam Brock Education
Sam graduated from Hackley School. He then proceeded to Northwestern’s Medill School of Journalism where he received his Masters in Science in journalism.
He also attended Northwestern University in Evanston, IL where he received a Bachelor’s degree with a major in English.
Sam Brock Family, Parents, Siblings
Sam is the proud son of Julie Brock and his father whose identity is not known to the public. He grew up in Westchester County, New York alongside his sister named Annie Turek, who is a marine scientist and traveler. His sister is a new mom to her baby Izzy. Further details regarding his family will be updated soon.
Sam Brock Wife and Wedding, Is He Married?
Moving on to his marital affairs, the famed correspondent is happily married to his beautiful dazzling wife, Gabriela Dellan, who is a meteorologist currently working at KSTS-TV. The romantic duo exchanged their wedding vows on January 20, 2018, in a blissful wedding attended by family members and close friends.
Sam Brock Salary
According to NBC estimates, Sam receives an annual average salary ranging from $27,300 to $77,500. His contract with the exact figures is yet to be revealed.
Sam Brock Net Worth
Sam Brock has an estimated net worth of $1 million. This amount is from his extensive career as a journalist among other investments.
Sam Brock NBC News
Upon graduating, Brock kicked off his career at TV-3 in Winchester, VA. He then landed a job at WTVR in Richmond, Virginia, serving as a 5 p.m. anchor and political reporter for four years. He reported stories such as wide-ranging gun policy, women’s rights issues, an effort to adopt the nation’s first ‘personhood’ law, and a series of stories investigating how Virginia cares for its intellectually disabled residents.
Brock joined NBC Bay Area/KNTV in September of 2012 and started reporting evening news broadcasts and on the station’s digital platforms. he was awarded an Emmy award for his coverage of the Ghost Ship warehouse fire in Oakland.
Sam relocated to Miami, Florida, where he joined the NBC News team in September 2019. He works as a correspondent for NBC News based in Miami, Florida.