Raymond Arroyo is an American author, journalist, producer, and director. He is a New York Times bestselling author; his biography of EWTN’s founder, Mother Angelica, became 2007 New York Times bestseller.

Moreover, Arroyo is the lead anchor of EWTN News and creator of the popular news program, The World Over Live. Besides, his work has appeared in various newspapers, including Pulitzer Prize-winning The Wall Street Journal.

Short Biography of Raymond Arroyo

Raymond Arroyo is 49 years old as of now; he was born on September 25, 1970. He spent his early years in New Orleans, Louisiana.

As a matter of fact, three generations of his family have lived and worked in New Orleans. His grandparents’ restaurant called Tony Angelo’s is located in the city.

Arroyo later moved to New York City to attend New York University. He graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.

What is Raymond Arroyo’s net worth?

According to several online sources, Raymond Arroyo has a net worth of $1-2 million. He has amassed the fortune from his work as a presenter, author, producer, and director.

He is a founding News director, managing editor, and lead anchor of EWTN News, the news division of the Eternal Word Television Network. As per payscale, news anchors receive an average pay of $60,930. Moreover, the payroll could range from $44,000 to $140,000.

His news program, The World Over Live, is viewed by over 350 million households worldwide and broadcasted on 500 AM/FM affiliates throughout the US.

Besides, Arroyo serves as Fox News contributor and is an occasional substitute host of Fox News’ The Ingraham Angle. He also guest-appeared on the radio show, The Laura Ingraham Show, which has earned a spot among the most popular radio shows in the country.

Who is Raymond Arroyo’s wife?

Raymond Arroyo is married to Rebecca Arroyo. The 49-year-old celebrated their anniversary with a Twitter post on November 13, 2016.

Raymond and Rebecca have three children and reside in New Orleans. His wife gave birth to their daughter in August 2005, just days before Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc in New Orleans.