Amber Hunt Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth The Cincinnati Enquirer
Amber Hunt Biography
Amber Hunt is an illustrious American journalist presently working at The Cincinnati Enquirer as an investigative reporter, she began working here in July 2013. Before, she worked at the Detroit Free Press as a crime reporter for eight years. Moreover, she is the host and initiator of three true crime podcasts, Crimes of the Centuries, Accused, and Aftermath. Besides her journalism career, She also is a writer and has published six true crime books.
Amber Hunt Age
Amber Hunt was born in the United States of America on August 26, 1978. She is 43 years old.
Amber Hunt Height
Hunt stands at an average height of 5 ft 4 in/1.62 m tall.
Amber Hunt Family
Amber lost her mom at the age of 12 years old to cancer. However, she has managed to maintain a low profile on details regarding her parents and siblings, soon as we have detailed information will update this part.
Amber Hunt Husband
Hunt is happily hitched to Elijah Van Benschoten, they’ve been hitched for more than twenty years. But they haven’t shared out on whether they have kids or not soon as we have these details will update this part.
Amber Hunt Salary
Hunt annually pockets a salary of $96,850.
Amber Hunt Net Worth
Hunt has an approximated net worth of $8 million.
Amber Hunt Career
Hunt as of now works for The Cincinnati Enquirer as an investigative reporter, she began working here in July 2013. Before, she worked at the Detroit Free Press as a crime reporter for eight years. She also worked as a news editor covering North and South Dakota for the Associated Press. During her time at Detroit Free Press, in 2005 she earned the Al Nakkula Award for Police Reporting from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Moreover, she appeared on NBC’s Dateline program. Also, she also appeared in “The Case of the Girl Who Never Came Home” which was previously known as “Disappearance at the Dairy Queen” and made her launch in an episode titled “The Valentine’s Day Mystery” on NBC. She began her journalism career in Iowa, where she worked in small magazines as an editor.