While Pedro Pinto has not disclosed his exact net worth, the television personality is believed to make $45K per year. Born on 28 January 1975, he is 6 feet 1.5 inches tall and has been in the broadcasting industry for years. While at RTP, Pinto hosted several cartoon shows including Hugo and Caderno Diario, while specializing in sports. Later, he joined CNN in Atlanta, Georgia, and covered the 2002 FIFA World Cup and numerous UEFA Champions League finals.
After a successful career at RTP, Pinto returned to CNN in 1996 to work as a sports anchor. His first gig was at ESPN in 1995, where he hosted a news show and cartoon programs. He then moved to CNN, where he was employed as the Chief of Press until 2003. He covered various events, including the 2002 FIFA World Cup and the Champions League. His net worth is estimated to reach around $50 million.
Initially, Pinto worked at RTP in Portugal, where he hosted cartoon shows such as Hugo. In 1998, he moved to Atlanta, Georgia, where he worked with CNN International and the European Union. While there, he was involved in various events, including the 2003 FIFA World Cup. He also co-hosted multiple UEFA Champions League finals. His net worth is estimated to be in the millions.