Originally from a middle-class family in Cuba, Manny Alvarez is a Cuban-American journalist who is mainly known for appearing on various Fox News Channel shows. During the trigger of the Cuban revolution, he was separated from his family and was sent to the US to live with foster parents. However, Manny reunites with his family in New York after they were imprisoned for five years in Cuba. He started his journalism career by working as a health science reporter for Telemundo. Manny studied Obstetrics/Gynecology and Anesthesiology at St. Joseph Hospital and Medical Center and graduated with a degree in medical sciences.
Manny Alverez is involved with the TV shows including Fox News Weekend, The Kelly File, Money with Melissa, America's Newsroom, Happening Now. Talking about the medical career he has served Mount Sinai Hospital and New York University School of Medicine. He launched and owned a website AskDrManny and YouTube channel AskDrManny. He worked as an active reporter in the Haiti and helped in the medical supplies as well. Manny is an author of the books The Hot Latin Diet: The Fast-Track to a Bombshell Body and The Checklist: How to Identify True Medical Advice. He is married and has three children.