Although the news correspondent Luke Russert loves to see his friends getting married, the story is different when it comes to his own love life. Read down below to find out what.
Has A Wife Or Single?
Luke Russert has always remained mum when it comes to his relationship details. And because of his secretive love life, he fell into the speculations of being gay.
The speculations fueled when he went on a romantic dinner with his friend Jake Sherman at Capitol Rotunda. However, it was later confirmed that it was a prank to fool their fans on April Fools day.
The rumor got more clear when Jake got married to his wife Irene Jefferson on 15 February 2015.
As for Luke, he seems to single at the moment as nothing much is know about his relationship. No girlfriend and no wife for now.
However, he doesn't miss out on attending his friend's wedding. There are several instances where he was spotted celebrating his friend's marriage.
Luke Russert's Net Worth
Immensely talented media person Luke has an estimated net worth of over $9 million, just like his father (late) Tim Russert, who had a net worth of millions.
However, he doesn't spend all the money just on himself. He donates to charity and is also a member of the Buffalo Fan Alliance Board.
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Luke started his professional career in Journalism in 2008 when he joined ESPN's Pardon Interruption. He was hired by NBC in 2008, after his father’s death from a heart attack.
He also started working as a Congressional correspondent covering the House of Representatives for NBC News on Capitol Hill in May 2009. While working for NBC, he examined and covered NBC's Dateline with "Conviction," which was also nominated for a News & Documentary Emmy Award for Best Report in a News Magazine. In July 2016, Luke unexpectedly resigned from NBC to evaluate his career opportunities.
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Luke Russert Bio
Luke Russert was born on 22nd August 1985 in Washington, DC, United States of America. Raised by his parents, his father, (late) Tim Russert, was also a journalist for NBC, and his mother, Maureen Orth, is a special correspondent for Vanity Fair.
He attended the St. Albans School in Washington and graduated from Boston College in 2008, subject to Communications and History.
He stands at 6 feet 2 inches of height and has an average weight.