Carmen Dominicci Net Worth, Husband, Son, Telemundo and Univision
Who is Carmen Dominicci?
Carmen Dominicci is a Puerto Rican travel blogger, journalist and news anchor. She has won five Emmy Awards throughout her career. She recently converted into a travel blogger and hosts Carmen Dominicci Trotamundos, a travel blog that visits tourist destinations around the world, under its motto of “Travel the world through my eyes.”
Carmen Dominicci Age, Birthday
Dominicci is 55 years old as of 2021. She was born on July 15, 1966, in Ponce, Puerto Rico. She celebrates her birthday on July 15th every year.
Carmen Dominicci Height and Weight
Dominicci stands at an average height and moderate weight. There is no information about her physical measurements however, this section is under review and it shall be updated.
Carmen Dominicci Education
Dominicci graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Journalism and Social Communication from Universidad del Sagrado Corazón.
Carmen Dominicci Family
Rascon was born and raised in Puerto Rico by her parents. However, she has not shared any information regarding her parents or childhood. This section however is under review and will be updated soon.
There is no information about her childhood or siblings. This section shall be updated soon.
Carmen Dominicci Husband, Son
Dominicci married Osvaldo Ríos in 1990. In their marriage, Dominicci and Ríos were blessed with a son named Giuliano Ríos. They divorced in 1993. She then married Fernando del Rincon in 2007 and separated in 2008.
Carmen Dominicci Net worth
Dominicci has a net worth of $10 million from her career as a journalist and blogger.
- Age: 55 years
- Birthday: July 15
- Nationality: Puerto Rican
- 1st Husband: Osvaldo Ríos
- 2nd Husband: Fernando del Rincon
- Occupation: travel blogger and Journalist
- Net Worth: $10 million
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Carmen Dominicci Television Career
Dominicci first appeared in commercials on television in the late 1980s. She represented Puerto Rico in a number of beauty pageants and international modeling events around the United States and Europe.
She explored a career in television, first in theatrical plays and then in television miniseries, but she abandoned that road to devote her full attention to her journalism studies. Dominicci became one of Puerto Rico’s most well-known news reporters in the 1990s, thanks to her work on the Tele-Once Channel and later as a presenter on WAPA-prime TV’s time broadcast.
Carmen Dominicci Telemundo
In 1998, she signed a contract with Telemundo 47 in New York as a news anchor, a post she maintained for four years. She covered major events such as President Bill Clinton’s impeachment trial, President George Bush’s inauguration, and the 9-11 attacks on the Twin Towers, among others.
Dominicci was re-hired by Telemundo in 2009 as one of the primary faces of the “Telemundo News” crew during one of the network’s greatest periods, when it was already a part of the NBC conglomerate. Their most important coverages featured big events such as the 2010 Haiti earthquake, the rescue of 33 miners, and the 2010 Chile earthquake and tsunami.
Carmen Dominicci Univision
Carmen Dominicci joined the Univision network in 2002 as a presenter of the “Primer Impacto” news show, where she worked for three years and also hosted the night edition. Among her major coverages were Pope John Paul II’s death, as well as the investigative series “Infierno Animal” and “Tragedia en Jiman” on the catastrophic landslide that killed over 400 people.
Carmen Dominicci and Rolando Nichols joined the network’s most prominent news program, “TeleFutura en Vivo y en Directo,” in October 2005. She returned to Univision the next year as a correspondent for the investigative show “Aqu y Ahora,” where she remained until 2009.
Carmen Dominicci Travelling and Blogging
Carmen Dominicci’s desire to travel the world drove her to undertake a complete career change. After leaving Telemundo in December 2015, she started her own travel blog, “Carmen Dominicci Trotamundos,” with the slogan “Travel the globe through my eyes.”
Her goal, after 23 years of hard news reporting, is to present well-known and hidden tourist attractions on all continents, but also to educate saving tactics and give wise advice for visitors who want to make the most out of their travel experiences.