From starting her career as a journalist and then later stepping into different professions, Romina Puga has outdone in every role she played on-screen and off-screen. She is an American reporter as well writer and producer and currently working for ABC News. With an exemplary and commendable history in broadcast and digital media, which is helping her today build a stunning fortune for herself. Let us look deeper into the life of this personality and how she went from zero to the ultimate hero.
ABC’s Romina Puga’s Net Worth
Actual net worth and salary are not officially disclosed and are under review. Though some sources believe she earns a salary of $65k annually through her position in ABC.
There is no doubt in the fact that Romina has created a successful career through her hard work and pure talent. Her skills have helped her not only gaining fame and recognition in the field but also helped significantly in strengthening her bank account.
Withholding such a reputed position of correspondent in renowned channel ABC News alongside contributing as producer and writer, she is easily expected to have a million-dollar figure net worth.
Romina’s infamous awkward interview with Actor Jesse Eisenberg
She also gained uninvited popularity while interviewing the Now You See Me cast and American actor Jesse Eisenberg. Viewers couldn’t help but cringe looking at the awkward interview, and in no time it went viral.
The actor called Romina “the carrot top of interviewers”. Following the video, he also gave free advice to the reporter ‘to cry after the interview‘ so it would look like it is his fault. It was rather funny when at the end Romina called him a jerk.
The interview is a little uneasy to watch but honestly worth seeing accompanied by some giggles. This interview is one limelight of Puga’s life; she is not proud of.
Working as an intern to becoming ABC’s reporter, writer, and producer
The TV producer was born on 20 October 1989. The American completed her graduation from New York University. Initially, Romina commenced her career working as an intern in advertising sales at Ocean Drive Magazine following that year she worked as an Editorial intern at Nylon Magazine. Gradually through her experience, she was preferred to work at the 2012 Met Gala with the digital team while working for the celebrated fashion site Vogue.com as a production intern.
In 2012 she became producer and writer for the news show called Fusion Weekly. She worked there for a good three years and later moved to work as a multi-platform reporter for ABC News.