No matter in whatever field people work in, if they are working hard with equal dedication, there is no doubt that they will gain name and fame.
Likewise, Mark Giangreco led the path of success traveling in the way of thrones and roses.
As of now, he is the sports director who leads sports anchor for WLS-TV in Chicago, Illinois.
Mark is mostly known for his deadpan humor and witty delivery and is sarcastic at times. Because of his wittiness, he has gained a lot of nonsports fans besides sports.
Mark Giangreco Married Life With Wife
Mark Giangreco was once married to his wife, Cindi. However, it is not known when the couple exchanged the wedding vows commiting to each other. Mark shared a family together with his wife and welcomed three children, Mark, Christopher, and Matt.
Mark bought a house with $1.5 million in Evanston where he lived with his family. But sadly, his marital bond ended in 2005 with a divorce paper. After the divorce, Mark's former wife, Cindi, sold the house for $2.78 million.
After ending all the relationship with his former wife, he seemed to be sharing something special with his co-host, Janet Davies.
Mark Giangreco with Janet Davies (Photo: dailyherald.com)
In 2016, when Mark and Janet shared the stage during New Year, Mark grabbed Janet's neck and pulled her to give her face a big lick.
However, while Mark's lick made big headlines, Mark and Janet still have not spoken about their relationship.
Mark's Salary & Net Worth Now
During Mark's college life, he began his broadcasting career on WING Radio. Later, he received his first job at a local NBC station in Dayton, Ohio before moving to Louisville, Kentucky. During his career, he has made his contribution to several stations.
With all the hard work and dedication, Mark has also won three Emmy Awards and has been honored with the Iris Award from the National Association of Television Program Executives. Throughout his career, Mark has received many prestigious accolades.
However, Mark has not only been honored but has also gone through some downfalls. In 2004, he was suspended for one week without pay after he made a joke on the city of Detroit, Michigan when the Detroit Pistons won the NBA championship.
That was not only the time he was suspended; in 2017, he was suspended by ABC for his comments that were considered "not in line with ABC 7 Chicago's non-partisan editorial standards.
Nevertheless, now, in 2019, people are curious about his further career, but until he speaks about it, nothing can be certain.
But as of now, he might have made an overflowing net worth. While he hasn't disclosed his pay, Mark undoubtedly earns more than the average salary of an ABC news anchor that ranges from $52K to $149K.
Mark was born on 13th May 1952 in Buffalo, New York.
He grew up in his hometown alongside his two siblings Thomas Giangreco, a medical device consultant and Pete Giangreco, a Democratic Party political consultant.
For his education, Mark attended Canisius High School graduating in 1970. Later, he joined the University of Dayton in Dayton, Ohio.