Erica Michelle Levy, the wife of talk show host, Geraldo Rivera was involved in a car crash on the West Side Highway, Sunday October 19th. Fortunately according to reports, no one was injured.
Rivera however, didn’t loose time and took to his Twitter account to say his wife was not the one who caused the accident but a “guy from out of state stopped short” and rear ended his wife’s Range Rover.
Erica was traveling with the couple’s only child, 8-year-old daughter Sol, and other than a scare they are both fine according to Rivera’s Tweet.
Want to know more about Geraldo’s lovely wife? Read about how they met, when they tied the knot and more about lovely Erica below.
Documentary producer Erica Michelle Levy and Geraldo have been together for over a decade now. She was born in Shaker Heights, Ohio in 1975. Her father Howard Levy died after battling prostate cancer in 2007; he was a partner in Benesch, Friedlander, Coplan & Aronoff, a law firm in Cleveland. Her mother is Nancy, née Malevan. She has a brother named, Joshua, according to IMDb.
Levy is a graduated from the University of Wisconsin. Erica is also Geraldo’s fifth wife. He was previously married to Linda Coblentz, Edith Vonnegut, Sherryl Raymond and C.C. Dyer. During his previous marriages, her hubby fathered a total of four children, making Erica a stepmom to them.
The couple wedded in August 2003, in New York. Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein performed the ceremony at Central Synagogue in New York. At the time she was 28 and Geraldo was 60-years-old, meaning there is a 32-year-age difference between the couple.
They met when she was an employee of CNBC, where she was until 2001. A couple of years later she became the executive producer of Travel Channel program: ”Geraldo’s Voyager: From Roots to the Rain Forest.”
Two years into their marriage, lovely Erica gave birth to Solita Liliana Rivera, who is now 8. The family reside in Edgewater, New Jersey.
Her hubby simply known as Geraldo recently celebrated 40-years in journalism and we know get to see him regularly on Fox News channel hosting “Geraldo at Large.” It’s hard to say which piece of story has been his most memorable but last year’s selfie clad only in a towel, exclaiming that “70 is the new 50” makes at least top 10!
Find Rivera on Twitter here.