Victor Oquendo Biography and Wiki
Victor Oquendo is an American journalist who serves as a correspondent for ABC News based in Miami, Florida. Victor previously worked as a reporter and anchor at WPLG-Channel 8 in Miami, Florida. He was notably featured as one of the People en Espanol magazine’s most beautiful people in 2009.
Victor Oquendo Age and Birthday
Victor was born on March 18, 1987, in Miami, Florida, United States. He is 34 years old as of 2022. His birth sign is Pisces. Oquendo turns 35 years old on March 18, 2022.
Victor Oquendo Height
Oquendo stands at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches (Approx. 1.7 meters)tall.
Victor Oquendo Education
Victor attended the University of Miami where he graduated with ain
Victor Oquendo Family, Parents, Siblings
Oquendo is the proud son of the late Antonio “Tony” Oquendo and Teresa Rodriguez. He worked behind the scenes and helped modernize the Spanish-language network over two decades as a specialized director of technology. Unfortunately, he passed away from a heart attack in 2008.
His mother is an award-winning broadcaster who co-anchors Univision’s Sunday evening news magazine show “Aqui y Ahora.” Victor grew up in Miami, Florida, alongside his younger brother named Julian. His parents are Cuban-Americans. Further details regarding his family will be updated soon.
Victor Oquendo Wife, Is He Married?
Moving onto his marital affairs, the famed correspondent is not married yet, however, he is in a romantic relationship with his girlfriend, Bianca. He frequently uploads selfies of them together. We are keeping tabs and we will update his partners’ details soon.
Victor Oquendo Salary
According to ABC estimates, Oquendo receives an average annual salary ranging from $27,300 to $77,400. His contract with the exact figures is yet to be released.
Victor Oquendo Net Worth
Victor Oquendo has an estimated net worth ranging from $300,000 to $700,000 as of 2021. This amount is from his career as a journalist among other investments.
Victor Oquendo ABC
Victor joined ABC News as a news correspondent in 2010. He previously worked as a reporter at the WPLG, an affiliate for quite some time, and anchor for its weekly evening newscasts. While at WPLG, he covered Pope Francis’ and President Obama’s visits.
He also covered Hurricane Michael as it tore through the southeast in 2018. Oquendo reported on all of South Florida’s professional and college teams working as a weekend sports anchor.