Is Chris Cuomo Sick? Explore His Cancer And Health Update

Chris Cuomo is not sick, but he has made headlines due to his brother, Andrew Cuomo, sexual harassment accusations.

The anchor, Chris at the time, also took to his show to say that he preferred family first and job second and apologized for how he helped his brother.

CNN has suspended prime-time anchor Chris Cuomo indefinitely, pending further evaluation.

Although Chris did suffer from Covid 19 in the past year 2020, March to be exact, he is doing fine now. He revealed he tested positive for COVID-19 at the time and took necessary precautions at the moment.

He is also rumored to be suffering from cancer, but it is false. The tumor is the metaphor for his brother as many people have compared Andrew as cancer to society.

Andrew has become the alleged perpetrator, and the women are also coming forward to speak their version of the truth about the misconduct they faced.

Who Is Chris Cuomo Wife Cristina Greeven? Meet The Kids

Chris Cuomo's wife is Cristina Greeven. He married his wife in 2001 in a Roman Catholic ceremony in Southampton, New York.

Cristina is a Gotham magazine editor who also tested positive for Covid on 15 April 2020. She is also an entrepreneur and an American media personality.

Moreover, she is the founder of the health+wellness platform PURIST and explains herself as a wellness worshiper.

The couple resides in Manhattan with their three children, two daughters Bella and Carolina, and one son Mario. Bella is 18 years, Carolina is 12 years, and Mario is 15 at the moment.

Mario was also tested positive for Corona as per a social media update.

Chris Cuomo Net Worth: Take A Look At His Salary and Earnings

The American television journalist, Chris Cuomo, best known as the former presenter of Cuomo Prime Time, has a net worth of 12 million dollars.

Before landing the role as the presenter on CNN, he was associated with other media houses such as New Day and ABC. 

He makes $6 million per annum before his suspension. He had bought a 5-bedroom Southampton house for $1.3 million in 2001 and sold it for $2.9 million in May 2019.

Chris started his career in journalism by making appearances on CNN, CNBC, and MSNBC, where he covered political and social issues. 

All of his earnings can be credited to his successful career as an anchor.