Erica Michelle Levy

Erica Michelle Levy is an American journalist and producer best known for her work on the CNBC show Rivera Live. She is also well-known as the wife of Geraldo Rivera, the host of the talk show Geraldo. Geraldo will appear in the television documentary Stallone: Frank, That Is with Sylvester Stallone in the coming days.

Who are Erica Michelle Levy Parents?

Erica Michelle Levy was born on January 30, 1975, in Shaker Heights, Ohio, United States. Furthermore, she is an American by nationality, and her ethnic background is Caucasian white. Levy received a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Wisconsin.

Nancy (mother) and Howard Levy are the parents of Levy. She grew up with her brother, Joshua Levy, who is co-chairman of the global Litigation and Enforcement practice group at Ropes & Gray LLP in Boston.

Estimated Net Worth of Erica Michelle Levy

Erica Michelle Levy’s net worth is estimated to be around $5 million as of 2019. She earns a hefty salary ranging from $500,000 to $800,000 per year. Her husband, on the other hand, has a $15 million net worth. Levy has been a successful journalist for a long time. As a result, her income will almost certainly increase in the near future.

Erica and her husband paid $2.8 million for a house in Shaker Heights, a Cleveland suburb. Their house was built in 1968 and measures 12,784 square feet. It has six bedrooms, six full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms. It also has a three-stool walk-in wet bar, a swimming pool, and French door-style glass sliders.

Before relocating to Ohio, the couple sold their Edgewater, New Jersey house for $6.1 million. Furthermore, their home has four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and is 2,500 square feet in size. So Levy and her spouse are currently living the high life in their lavish house.

Children and Husband of Erica Michelle Levy

Erica Michelle Levy and her husband, Geraldo Rivera, first met on the set of CNBC’s Rivera Live in 2001. They fell in love at first sight. Later, they began to share their business and married in 2002 in front of their parents. The couple exchanged wedding vows on August 10, 2003, in New York City, New York. They married in a Jewish ceremony at the Central Synagogue, which is located on the east side of midtown Manhattan.

Levy and her spouse enjoyed a romantic honeymoon in the south of France. The couple lived in a two-house compound near the George Washington Bridge in Edgewater, New Jersey. She was 28 years old and her husband was 60 years old at the time of their wedding. Levy gave birth to a beautiful daughter, Solita Liliana Rivera, on August 2, 2005, just eight days before their second wedding anniversary. Levy currently lives in Ohio with his family and friends.

Erica Michelle Levy’s Career Line

  • Erica Michelle Levy made her debut as a producer at NBCUniversal in New York City. Later, she began working for the CNBC talk show Rivera Live. Levy is currently the executive producer for Geraldo’s Voyager: From Roots to Rain Forest, which airs on the Travel Channel. Her husband began his career as an Eyewitness News reporter at WABC-TV in 1970.
  • Later, he appeared on ABC national shows such as 20/20 and Nightline. Geraldo later hosted ABC’s late-night newsmagazine Good Night America. He also appeared as a guest on The Howard Stern Show, alongside Howard Stern and Gary Dell’Abate.
  • Erica Michelle Levy arrived at Geraldo Rivera’s new book launch, The Geraldo Show: A Memoir, at Del Frisco’s Grille on April 2, 2018, in New York City with her husband, Geraldo Rivera, and Sean Hannity.
  • Erica Michelle Levy arrived at Geraldo Rivera’s new book launch, The Geraldo Show: A Memoir, at Del Frisco’s Grille on April 2, 2018, in New York City with her husband, Geraldo Rivera, and Sean Hannity. Zimbio
  • Levy’s husband appeared as a correspondent on Fox News, where he collaborated with his brother, a cameraman, on assignments in Afghanistan. Geraldo Rivera was the host of The Geraldo Rivera Show from 1987 to 1998. Furthermore, he reached the final round of the reality game show The Apprentice, which he co-hosted with Donald Trump and Mark Wright.