Liz Cho was born in Concord, Massachusetts in the year 1970 on December 19. She studied at the Boston University where she majored in both history and journalism. Her father is a famous liver and kidney transplant surgeon, Dr. Sang I. Cho, who was the chief surgeon of the team that accomplished the first ever liver transplant in Boston. Liz Cho married Evan Gottlieb in 2008 and they have a daughter Louisa Simone Gottlieb. They lived in Manhattan area. In the year 2012, Liz Cho separated from her husband Gottlieb and filed for divorce. She is rumored to be dating Josh Elliot, the anchor of Good Morning America.
Liz Cho began her career in broadcasting journalism at New England Cable News as assignment editor. She then moved on the WPLG located in Miami, Florida. She shifted from WPLG to ABC News when she was offered the job of correspondent at ABC News One based in Chicago which is an affiliate of ABC. She has since co-anchored shows like World News Now, which is an overnight news program she does with Derek McGinty. She also served as substitute anchor for the show Good Morning America during this time. She started working at WABC-TV from the year 2003. In 2011, she anchored the debut show ‘First at 4:00’, which was introduced to substitute the vacancy left by the exit of The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Liz Cho has covered various assignments while working for ABC network for its shows Nightline, Good Morning America, and World News Tonight. She has reported on the initial weeks of the Iraq war for GMA. Her other important assignments include the impeachment hearings of President Bill Clinton, the shooting at Columbine high school, and the destruction caused by the 1997 tornado in Oklahoma.
Presently, Liz Cho is the evening anchor of Eyewitness News based in Washington D.C. She has covered key stories like the funeral of President Ronal Reagan, which is the first state funeral in 31 years in the United States. She covers all the major news stories locally in the tri-state region including the 2005 Transit Strike, National Convention of the Republican Party in New York City, and the Democratic National Convention in 2004.