Andrea Rega Biography
Andrea Rega is a renowned Venezuelan journalist. She is currently a reporter and anchor for News 23 Dallas’ weekend edition. She began working for the station in April 2000, initially as an anchor for the evening and nightly newscasts. She has also covered significant events such as Pope John Paul II’s visit to Guatemala in 2002. Prior to joining News 23, she worked as an anchor and reporter for VTV for three years, from 1995 to 1998.
Andrea Rega Age
Andrea Rega was born in Caracas, Venezuela. However, she hasn’t mentioned details on her exact age, will soon fill this section out.
Andrea Rega Height
Andrea stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in /1.68 m tall.
Andrea Rega Family
Andrea was born in Caracas, Venezuela, to loving and supportive parents. Andrea is of Venezuelan origin. However, she has kept information about her family (parents and/or siblings’ whereabouts) private.
Andrea Rega Wife
Andrea, despite being a well-known journalist, has kept her relationship status private. However, there is no previous information about her being married, engaged, or single.
Andrea Rega Education
Andrea attended the Central University of Venezuela after graduating from a local high school. She pursued and enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program in Social Communication.
Andrea Rega Salary
Andrea’s annual salary is $88,760.
Andrea Rega Net Worth
Andrea’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Andrea Rega Career
Andrea began her journalism career as a News Reporter and Anchor at VTV after graduating in 1995. She spent three years at the station reporting on general sources. Andrea also worked as a Radio Caracas Radio News Reporter for a year, from 1996 to 1997. During her time in Venezuela, she covered and interviewed key figures such as former President Rafael Caldera, Pope John Paul II, the president of Congress, and government ministers.
Andrea moved to the United States in 2000 and began working for KUVN TV, Univisión Dallas. She began her career as an anchor for evening and nightly newscasts. She also reported on the first anniversary of the devastating explosion at the West fertilizer plant.
She won an Emmy for her cover commemorating the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. In 202, she covered the presidential election. She has also received several Emmy nominations and Emmy Awards from the Texas Associated Press-Broadcasters Association. She is also a presenter on Noticias Univisión 23-Fin de Semana.