Elizabeth Vargas

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Quotes (5)

  • Elizabeth Vargas: I think there's nothing better in the world than a spirited discussion about the Bible and Jesus and God and the Catholic faith, or the Jewish faith, or the Muslim faith--any religion.

  • Elizabeth Vargas: (Speaking of the pregnancy of her second child and the on-going recovery of injured collegue, Bob Woodruff.) This is joyous news for Marc and our family. At the same time, our immediate concern remains with Bob (Woodruff)...and the entire Woodruff family as we hope and pray for continuing good news about his recovery.

  • Elizabeth Vargas: (Speaking of the death of Peter Jennnings.) He leaves an enormous legacy that all of us, not just Bob and myself, but every member of the news division remembers and takes to heart.

  • Elizabeth Vargas: They would tell you that they were just doing their soldierly duty. But in doing so they remind us again what a remarkable group of people can accomplish under the greatest of pressure and we are grateful.

  • Elizabeth Vargas: It provides an opportunity for viewers to see a more in-depth coverage of the story and a more personal coverage of the story. It makes us better anchors to be out in the field reporting on a regular basis.

Trivia (17)

  • Elizabeth Vargas is of the Catholic faith.

  • Elizabeth Vargas also worked as a reporter for KTVN-TV, a CBS affiliate, in Reno, Nevada.

  • Elizabeth Vargas worked as a lead reporter for KTVK-TV, the ABC affiliate, in Phoenix, Arizona, between the years of 1986-1989.

  • Elizabeth Vargas worked as a lead reporter for KTVK-TV, the ABC affiliate, in Phoenix, Arizona, between the years of 1986-1989.

  • With the marriage of Elizabeth Vargas and Marc Cohn, Elizabeth became the stepmother to Max and Emily Cohn.

  • With the marriage of Elizabeth Vargas and Marc Cohn, Elizabeth became the stepmother to Max and Emily Cohn.

  • Elizabeth Vargas was born in 1962, which was the year of the Tiger, according to Chinese horoscopes.

  • Elizabeth's father was a colonel in the U.S. Army, and because of that, Elizabeth spent a good portion of her adolescence moving from base to base in the countries of Germany, Belgium, and Japan.

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