Cho and Gottlieb have a daughter, Louisa Simone, 7.
Elliott, meanwhile, is divorced from first wife Priya Narang Elliott. Sources told us the couple were in the middle of a romantic European vacation just before Labor Day, when Cho had a break from her WABC anchoring duties and Elliott scored time off before his weekly appearances on “Sunday Night Football” and the “Today” show, where he appears Fridays during football season.
She was born on December 19, 1970 at Concord, Massachusetts, USA to the Korean-American Dr.
Sang I Cho and Donna Weltman Cho, a Jewish American. Cho is a well known liver and kidney transplant surgeon.
During this time, she also served as a correspondent and fill-in anchor for Good Morning America.
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Cho was next a reporter at WPLG in Miami, Florida before moving to ABC News as a Chicago-based correspondent for ABC News One, the network's affiliate news service.
At WABC-TV where Cho is currently working, she co-anchors the weekday 4-6 p.m. As a journalist, she covered President Ronald Reagan’s funeral, a state funeral in 31 years. Before WABC-TV, Cho was an editor at New England Cable News in Newton, Massachusetts, reporter at WPLG, Miami, and Chicago-based correspondent for ABC News One affiliate news service.This will be the second marriage for both Cho, 43, and Elliott, who first started dating back in 2012.Cho, a local anchor for NYC's ABC affiliate, was married to Evan Gottlieb from 2008 to 2012. Elliott shares his 6-year-old daughter Sarina with his ex-wife Priya Narang. His next target might be the White House-and he could be 2016’s most interesting candidate. Kasich, a voluble and blunt-talking maverick who is hoping his upbeat vision for a united America can catapult him to the White House, declared Tuesday that he is running for president, telling a crowd here that he has “the experience and the testing – the testing which shapes you […] He’s tamed the federal budget and brought Ohio’s economy back from the brink.