Andrea Mitchell Wiki, Husband, Children, Health, Salary, Net Worth, Height
The witty and outspoken, Andrea Mitchell has created some controversies with her work in different news and cases. She is a television journalist, anchor, reporter and commentator who mainly works for NBC News based in Washington, D.C. She is the NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent with several other news programs to her credit. The-native-of New Rochelle is also an author of a book titled Talking Back to Presidents, Dictators, and Assorted Scoundrels.
Married American Economist After Divorce With First Husband!
Andrea Mitchell is married to the American economist, Alan Greenspan. Her husband, Alan is 20 years senior to her. He is also a private advisor and provides consulting for firms through a company, Greenspan Associates LLC.
The couple got married in a wedding ceremony held at The Inn in Little Washington, Virginia on 6 April 1997. The couple even posed for a photo along with their goddaughter named Lauren Hunt.
Andrea Mitchell poses with her husband and goddaughter, Lauren Hunt at her wedding (Photo: ellisphotos.photoshelter.com)
Andrea and her husband is in a smooth relationship with each other and has surpassed 21 years of togetherness since their marriage. However, the couple doesn't have any children together. Andrea and her husband are currently residing with her god-daughter, Lauren.
Before marrying Alan, she was in a relationship with Gil Jackson. The couple tied the knot in 1970, but they tragically ended their relationship in 1975, after five years of togetherness.
How Much Is Andrea’s Net Worth?
The veteran correspondent for the NBC News, Andrea Mitchell has earned the net worth of $5 Million. She mustered the revenue from her career in journalism. Andrea has been gathering the income from her job as the NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent. She earns the salary of $750 Thousand per annum as the news anchor.
She also received the salary working for NBC Nightly News, Today, and Andrea Mitchell Reports.
The television journalist, Andrea started working as a news director at student radio station WXPN. It launched her career as a journalist providing her the opportunity to join WTOP a CBS Affiliate but soon left it to work as an energy correspondent for which she reported on the late-1970s energy crisis and the Three Mile Island nuclear accident.
Andrea has been with the NBC News since 1978 and has assumed different significant roles in the office. Along with being a Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent she also hosts Andrea Mitchell Reports and has reported for NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt, Today, and MSNBC. Her reports on Plame affair, Sudanese incident, Reference to rural Virginia as "redneck" country and Romney's remarks at Wawa pushed her in a bit of a controversy.
As of now, Andrea is working as the Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for NBC New since joining the network in November 1994. She is currently residing at her luxurious house situated in Washington.
Andrea Mitchell was born on 30th October 1946 in New Rochelle, New York, United States. She was born to parents Cecile and Sydney Mitchell and grew up along with her brother Arthur.
Andrea, who stands at the height of 1.7 m (5' and 7''), belongs to white ethnicity. She completed her graduation from the University of Pennsylvania in 1967, obtaining BA degree in English Literature, as per wiki.
Andrea's health became worst when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011. Despite her worst health condition, she was able to recover from the diagnosis as she was cured at the early stage of breast cancer.