Pedro Sevcec Wiki: Age, Married, Wife, Family, Net Worth, Now

Former Telemundo host and anchor, Pedro Sevcec is a successful television presenter who hosts his own talk show. He grasped his popularity interviewing prominent world leaders and celebrities. His news coverage on dangerous places like Iraq gave him a reputation of a daring journalist. Tight-lipped about his own personal life, Pedro is expert in extracting secrets from every possible source.

Pedro Sevcec Wiki: Age, Married, Wife, Family, Net Worth, Now

Quick Information

  • Date of Birth Jul 15, 1954
  • Age 70 Years, 0 Months
  • Nationality American
  • Profession TV Personality, Journalist
  • Marital Status Married
  • Husband/Spouse Raquelin Gonzalez (M. 1997)
  • Net Worth N/A
  • Ethnicity Mixed
  • Children/Kids Not Known
  • Height N/A

The world has become so much small and easy to connect with the presence of fierce journalists like Pedro Sevcec. Pedro is a former Telemundo host and an anchor who became the first male to host the Spanish-language TV talk show in the US. He garnered success for his vicious television presentation of his talk show, Sevcec. He grasped his popularity by interviewing many prominent world leaders and celebrities in a distinctive yet way. 

His news coverage on dangerous places like Iraq gave him the reputation of a daring journalist in history. Tight-lipped about his personal life, Pedro is an expert in extracting secrets from every possible source. His ferocious technique for fetching the information led him to win a U.S. State Department-sponsored trip to the US with an educational tour for Latin journalists in 1982.

How Much Is Pedro Sevcec's Net Worth?

Pedro, who began his career in the year 1976 as a radio commentator, has been active as a journalist for more than four decades. He first started his career as a correspondent for the Spanish International Network. Later, he worked as a journalist and reporter for Noticiero Telemundo. He continued reporting for Ocurrio Asi Enrique Gratis in 1993.

Meanwhile, working in Ocurrio Asi Enrique Gratis, Pedro's talent and passion were acknowledge by all that he started hosting his talk show Sevcec from 1994-1999. After that, his breakthrough in career happened as a host of Telemundo for long nine years when its original host Enrique left.

Pedro Sevcec with his colleagues and friends. (Photo:

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During his time in Telemundo, he interviewed various presidents and world leaders, including then-president George W. Bush. Back in 2001, Pedro was among the two journalists to attend President Bush's first state dinner. On 16 December 2009, Telemundo replaced Pedro by an anchor Jose Diaz-Balart. Regardless of leaving the show, Pedro took all the fame and acclamations along with him. 

Additionally, Pedro, who works as a host at Sevcec a Fondo at AmericaTeve since 2011, not only has garnered fame and knowledge from his career but also considerable net worth. Indeed, most of his earnings are from his professional career. But sadly, the actual figure of his net worth is not disclosed until now. Despite that, his fortunes are assumed to be in millions.

Note: According to the pay scale, the average salary of the US journalist ranges $40,527 with the lowest range of $26k to the highest $76k. Since Pedro is an acclaimed and most celebrated journalist, there is no doubt that his salary surfaces at the peak rate. 

Pedro's Married Life

It is incredible how Pedro has managed his personal and married life so well, regardless of his busy schedule and multiple career attributions. Pedro, who works at Radio Unica, at present, is happily living with his wife in Miami. He got married to Raquelin Gonzalez, a Mexican native and the star of Telemundo's musical variety program, Padrissimo, in 1997 in Reynosa, Mexico. 

Since then, the pair are sharing an invisible attachment and holds an immeasurable love in their hearts. 

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Pedro Sevcec and wife, Raquelin Gonzalez (next to Pedro) with friends and family. ( Photo:

As for Raquelin, it must be hard to bid off her husband for his mission work, journalism, as it is more like a dangerous game than a duty. As per reports, Pedro's wife was terrified by the news of bomb blast in Iraq when Pedro was reporting there. He was filming in the school where the terrorists exploded the bomb. Hopefully, everybody was safe. Pedro also survived a guerilla and military fight in El Salvador a year ago. 

On one side, Pedro has a successful career history, but on the other hand, he has faced many failed marriages and affairs. Pedro had flourished his relationship with Raquelin after his controversial divorce with his wife, a Miami Herald reporter, Liz Balmaseda, in July 1987.

It was Pedro's growing romance with Herald's reporter Evelyn Larubbia that his wife had filed for the divorce. However, Liz was not the first wife of Pedro. Indeed he was previously married to an Uruguayan native with whom he had divorced in 1987, two months before marrying Liz Balmaseda.

Pedro's Bio, Left Father's Home After Mother's Death

Popular television presenter Pedro Ricardo Sevcec was born on July 14, 1954, in Montevideo, Uruguay. Pedro, who has an Uruguayan nationality and mixed ethnicity. Pedro's grandparents were of Eastern European immigrants.

The Uruguayan journalist lost his mother when he was only the age of fourteen and was forced to live in the streets after butting heads with his father for long two years. However, the decision was not favorable as he had to go through a miserable period. He had to search for his next meal, and to keep his shirt clean was his greatest struggle.

Thankfully, by eighteen, he returned to his father and home in Montevideo, but during that time, the military took control of the country, leading an eleven-years of dictatorship.

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He stands tall with a decent height of 1.905 m (6'3"). As per wiki, he won the Emmy Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, for his successful news coverage.