• Wendy Corona is an American TV news anchor, currently working for WSB-TV.
• She has a net worth of close to $1 million.
• She is Mexican-American, with a BA in Broadcast Journalism and minor in Spanish.
• She is married to Kenneth, with whom she has two children.
• She has been acknowledged for her work, winning an Emmy Award and teaming up with Robin Roberts for Women’s Heart Health Initiatives.
Known for movies
|Fact||During the 1950s he performed in Mexican TV with partner Sergio Corona, as half of the dancing / singing comedy duo "Corona y Arau".|
- 1 Wendy Corona (WSB) Wiki Bio, age, divorce, salary. Is she married now?
- 2 Net Worth
- 3 Ethnicity and Background
- 4 Social Media
- 5 Relationship Status. Is She Married Now?
- 6 Career
- 7 General Info
- 8 Family
- 9 Accomplishments
- 10 Social profile links
- 11 Facts
- 12 Pictures
- 13 Movies
- 14 Awards
Wendy Corona (WSB) Wiki Bio, age, divorce, salary. Is she married now?
Wendy Corona was born on 4 October 1975, a daughter of Mexican immigrants, in Laguna Hills, Southern California, USA, so is 43 years-old, and her nationality is American. She is best known as an TV news anchor, and in that field now worksd for WSB-TV. Corona is successful at her job, which has allowed her to gain more attention from the media and the audience, but it also poses some questions regarding topics such as her early life, relationship status and career, which we’ll talk about in the article.
So just how rich is Wendy Corona as of mid-2019? According to authoritative sources, this anchor has a net worth of close to $1 million, with her wealth being accumulated from her career in the previously mentioned field. However, Wendy hasn’t spoken about her assets, such as houses and vehicles, but she is seemingly able to support herself and her family financially.
Ethnicity and Background
When it comes to Corona’s ethnicity, she is Mexican, with brown eyes and luscious black hair, which suits her complexion perfectly. Judging from the photos available on the internet, she has a fit figure and takes good care of her appearance. Corona also looks well put together and events she attends, indicating that she puts time and effort into her look. As to her education, Wendy attended the University of Southern California, where she attained a BA in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Spanish. During her college days, she was present at the O.J. Simpson murder trial.
Being in the entertainment field, Corona is naturally active on social media, such as Twitter and Instagram, and uses her accounts to communicate with her fans as well as to promote her work and spread the word about it. Corona’s fans are loyal and supportive and they often like, share and retweet her content. She is followed by over 9,000 people on Twitter and some of her latest tweets include one reading “No need to smash a fan’s phone! Now #Offset is facing felony charges for the incident inside a @Target in Sandy Springs. @wsbtv at 5p”
Wendy is also active on Instagram and often shares photos from her private life on that social network. Some of her latest posts include a photo of herself holding the book entitled “Know Your Value”. She went on to add the caption reading “Wow! A must read for any woman navigating her way through career and life, whether you’re in TV or not! Call the timing perfect, but I really connected with this and wanted to share. Thank you @mikabrzezinski for pouring your wisdom out on these pages. It’s a perfect Women’s HERstory Month read.” In addition to that, the journalist, who is also a feminist, shared a photo of herself and her friends enjoying a day at the beach. In early 2019, she shared a selfie taken while she was in Mexico, and her fans seem to have loved it as they went on to leave numerous sweet messages complimenting Wendy, with one fan writing “You are always so beautiful love your smile. And may God bless you with a great time and a safe trip back home”.
Relationship Status. Is She Married Now?
Wendy prefers keeping some information behind the closed door and is secretive about some parts of her privacy. She is reportedly married to a man named Kenneth, and they have a son, Kenneth IV, and a daughter whose name she hasn’t disclosed. The anchor shared a photo of her children adding that she feels lucky to be their mom.
Prior to rising to fame and moving to Atlanta, Wendy worked at WFAA, based in Dallas and served as an evening anchor at Local 10 in Miami. Some other places she’s worked at include Yuma, El Paso and Orlando. Corona joined Channel 2 Action News in early 2013, and working there, she anchors Action News broadcast at 4 pm on weekdays. Besides that, she makes daily reports throughout the metro. She has also witnessed numerous important news events – in 2000, during the presidential elections, Corona was working in Florida, which was an important place because of alleged connections between Florida and the subsequent 9/11 attack. During her time there, she made reports regarding hurricanes. Overall, being a hardworking woman has allowed Corona to gain more exposure in the media while making a name for herself in journalism.
Wendy stated that one of her most prominent works was reuniting an African refugee with her family. Her talent and enthusiasm were recognized and rewarded with an Emmy Award at WSB. She also teamed up with Robin Roberts for the cause of supporting Women’s Heart Health Initiatives. They teamed up in Miami, and Corona went on to appear on Good Morning America. Another important role of hers is being a board member of the Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School.
|Full Name||Alfonso Arau|
|Profession||Actor, Film director, Singer, Film producer, Screenwriter|
|Children||Fernando Arau, Sergio Arau|
|Awards||Ariel Award for Best Direction, Ariel Award for Best Actor, Ariel Award for Best Original Story, Ariel Award for Best Screenplay for Cinema|
|Nominations||BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Goya Award for Best Spanish Language Foreign Film, Independent Spirit Award for Best International Film, Australian Film Institute Award for Best Foreign Film|
|Movies||A Walk in the Clouds, Like Water for Chocolate, Three Amigos, Romancing the Stone, El Topo, The Wild Bunch, Inspector Calzonzin, Picking Up the Pieces, Used Cars, The Trick in the Sheet, Zapata: El sueño de un héroe, Mojado Power, Scandalous John, Nest of Virgins, Posse, The Magnificent Ambersons,...|
|1||During the 1950s he performed in Mexican TV with partner Sergio Corona, as half of the dancing / singing comedy duo "Corona y Arau".|
|Coco||2017/I||filming||Papa Julio (voice)|
|I Heart Shakey||2012||Raoul|
|The Treasure Hunt: A Chad, Matt & Rob Interactive Adventure||2011||Short||The Hunter|
|The Dead One||2007||Tezcatlipoca (voice)|
|Picking Up the Pieces||2000||Dr. Amado|
|Polvora en la piel||1992|
|Camino largo a Tijuana||1991|
|Where the Hell's That Gold?!!?||1988||TV Movie||Indio|
|227||1988||TV Series||Alfonso Gonzales|
|Stones for Ibarra||1988||TV Movie||Chuy Santos|
|Miami Vice||1987||TV Series||Jorge Cruz|
|¡Three Amigos!||1986||El Guapo|
|Romancing the Stone||1984||Juan|
|El día que murió Pedro Infante||1982|
|Mojado Power||1981||Nato Solís|
|La palomilla al rescate||1976||uncredited|
|Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color||1973||TV Series||Etio|
|El rincón de las vírgenes||1972||Lucas Lucatero|
|Run, Cougar, Run||1972||Etio|
|El jardín de la tía Isabel||1971|
|El águila descalza||1971||Poncho / Jonathan Eaglepass / Mascalzzone|
|El topo||1970||Bandido 1|
|La vida inútil de Pito Pérez||1970|
|Jóvenes de la Zona Rosa||1970|
|El aviso inoportuno||1969||Cliente señorito del sastre|
|The Wild Bunch||1969||Herrera|
|Operación carambola||1968||Roman Ayala|
|El lobo estepario||1966||Short|
|En este pueblo no hay ladrones||1965||Agente viajero|
|...und deine Liebe auch||1962||Alfredo|
|Música en la noche||1958|
|Trip to the Moon||1958||Carlos Vera|
|Cien muchachas||1957||as Arau|
|La locura del rock and roll||1957||Cristobal|
|El casto Susano||1954||uncredited|
|Looks that Kill||1954||Bailarín (uncredited)|
|The Crime of Love||announced|
|L'imbroglio nel lenzuolo||2010|
|Zapata - El sueño del héroe||2004|
|A Painted House||2003||TV Movie|
|The Magnificent Ambersons||2002||TV Movie|
|Picking Up the Pieces||2000|
|A Walk in the Clouds||1995|
|Como agua para chocolate||1992|
|Chido Guan, el tacos de oro||1986|
|Caribe, estrella y aguila||1976||Documentary|
|El águila descalza||1971|
|The Crime of Love||announced|
|Zapata - El sueño del héroe||2004|
|Chido Guan, el tacos de oro||1986||screenplay / story|
|El águila descalza||1971|
|The Crime of Love||producer announced|
|Zapata - El sueño del héroe||2004||producer|
|Picking Up the Pieces||2000||executive producer|
|Como agua para chocolate||1992||producer|
|La virgen robada||1981||Short producer|
|A Walk in the Clouds||1995||lyrics: "Crush The Grapes", "Mariachi's Serenade"|
|El Mariachi||1992||special thanks: Provided the bathtub|
|Ni Muy, Muy... ni Tan, Tan... simplemente Tin Tan||2005||Documentary||Himself|
|Noche sin fin||2003||TV Series||Himself|
|The Bronze Screen: 100 Years of the Latino Image in American Cinema||2002||Documentary||Himself|
|Memoria del cine mexicano||1993||Documentary||Himself|
|Sam Peckinpah's West: Legacy of a Hollywood Renegade||2004||TV Movie documentary|
|El concurso de cine experimental I||1984||Video short||Himself|
|2001||Lifetime Achievement Award||Chamizal Independent Film Festival|
|1993||Audience Award||Gramado Film Festival||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1993||Premio ACE||Premios ACE||Cinema - Best Director||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1992||Golden Unicorn||Amiens International Film Festival||Best Film||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1992||Golden Ariel||Ariel Awards, Mexico||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1992||Silver Ariel||Ariel Awards, Mexico||Best Direction (Mejor Dirección)||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1992||Silver Hugo||Chicago International Film Festival||Best Screenplay||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1992||Audience Choice Award||Chicago International Film Festival||Audience Choice Award||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1992||Best International Film||Cinéfest Sudbury||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1992||Audience Award||Guadalajara International Film Festival||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1976||Premio ACE||Premios ACE||Cinema - Best Actor||Calzonzín inspector (1974)|
|1972||Golden Ariel||Ariel Awards, Mexico||El águila descalza (1971)|
|1994||BAFTA Film Award||BAFTA Awards||Best Film not in the English Language||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1994||AFI Award||Australian Film Institute||Best Foreign Film||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1994||Best Foreign Film Award||Australian Film Institute||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1994||Independent Spirit Award||Independent Spirit Awards||Best Foreign Film||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1993||Goya||Goya Awards||Best Spanish Language Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera de Habla Hispana)||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1993||Golden Kikito||Gramado Film Festival||Best Latin Film (Melhor Filme)||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1992||Tokyo Grand Prix||Tokyo International Film Festival||Como agua para chocolate (1992)|
|1987||Silver Ariel||Ariel Awards, Mexico||Best Screenplay (Mejor Guión Cinematográfico)||Chido Guan, el tacos de oro (1986)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia