Mo Rocca CBS, Bio, Age, Partner, Family, Height, Net Worth

Mo Rocca
Mo Rocca

Mo Rocca Biography

Mo Rocca is an American award-winning comedian, actor, and journalist who is currently a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, the Daily Show, and The Tonight Show. Mo also created and hosts My Grandmother’s Ravioli on the Cooking channel. Nevertheless, he is also the host of Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation on CBS.

Previously, he was the moderator of the National Geographic Society’s National Geographic Bee. Rocca is also a panelist on the radio show Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! Mo began his career in TV as a writer and producer for the PBS Children’s series Wishbone, which won an Emmy and Peabody Award. His first on-camera work was as a correspondent for the news satire show The Daily Show and later on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

Nevertheless, he has also acted in theatre, film, and on TV. Rocca has also written two books: All the Presidents’ Pets in 2004 and Mobituaries in 2019. He also wrote for Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss on the Nickelodeon TV Channel and Pepper Ann on ABC TV. As a writer, Rocco won the Emmy Award at the 64th Annual Tony Awards in 2011.

Rocca went to Georgetown Preparatory School, a Jesuit boy’s school, in North Bethesda school Maryland. Later, on, in 1991, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in literature from Harvard University. Mo was the president of Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals. He also played Seymour in a production of Little Shop of Horrors.

Wondering about his acting career? He began acting on stage in the Southeast Asia Tour of the musical Grease and the South Pacific’s Paper Mill Playhouse. He has featured in the film Bewitched and a Sci-fi comedy I’ll Believe You. Nevertheless, he also appeared on the episode of Jeopardy! Mo was also the narrator of the documentary Electoral Dysfunction, PBS. Mo also played a conservative TV show host in the second season of The Good Fight.

In addition, he also hosted Foodography on Iron Chef Network and Food Network, and as a commentator on VH1’S, I love the 70s and 80s. Rocca played the role of Vice Principal Douglas Panch in the 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Broadway.

Mo Rocca Age

How old is Rocca? Rocca is 54 years old as of 2023. He was born Maurice Alberto Rocca on January 18, 1969, in Washington D.C., the United States of America. In addition, he celebrates his birthday on January 18 every year and his zodiac sign is Capricorn.

Mo Rocca Partner

Is Maurice Rocca married? Is he gay or straight? In 2011, in an interview on the Six Pack Podcast, episode 73, Rocca confirmed that he was gay. However, he has not revealed any information about his current partner. He has managed to keep it a low-key profile. Although this information will come to avail soon as we get any credible data about this section.

Mo Rocca Family

Maurice Alberto was born to his mother an immigrant from Bogota, Columbia. His father was a third-generation Italian-American from Leominster, Massachusetts. However, their exact identities are not available in the public domain. Therefore, Mo Rocca is an American by nationality but has mixed ethnicity. He has not mentioned any information concerning his brothers if he has any.

Mo Rocca Height

Rocca stands at an average height of 6 feet and is of moderate weight.

Mo Rocca’s Net Worth

Rocca’s profession as a comedian, journalist, and actor has acquired him a fortune over the years. He has an estimated net worth of approximately $3 million. This includes the assets and money he has garnered over the years.