Brian Elliot Ross is an American investigative journalist who worked for ABC News as a Chief Investigative Correspondent till 2018. Also, he served for Good Morning America, World News Tonight with David Muir, Nightline, and ABC News Radio.
Brian Ross was born in Chicago, Illinois, the United States on October 23, 1948, and spent his childhood in a joint family. He is of American nationality and belongs to the White ethnicity. He has eight siblings: three brothers and five sisters.
Regarding education, he completed his degree in journalism from the University of Iowa in 1971.
The 72 years old, Brian Ross is in a longtime marital relationship with Ann Curry. She is also an American television personality, news journalist, and photojournalist.
As per the source, they have been married for almost three-decade and still share a very strong bond.
Together they have shared two kids: a daughter named McKenzie and one son named William Curry Ross.
As of now, they reside in New Canaan, Connecticut.
Brian Ross has a net worth of $12 million as of 2021 from his career as an investigative journalist.
He started his career as a broadcaster in Armed Forces and Television Service in the late 80s. Later on, in the 1990s, he spent most of the years doing live DJ gigs at bars and events in Indiana.
Eventually, his military services took him to Alaska. In 2002 he received Edward R. Murrow Award for investigative reporting for a two-part 20/20. Also, he got the seventh DuPont-Columbia Award for the 20/20 investigation in 2010.
He was suspended for around a month without paying by ABC News in late 2017 following his error report on Michael Flynn, a former national security advisor. He rejoined over there on 2nd July 2018.