Annie Karni Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net Worth, New York Times
Annie Karni Biography
Annie Karni is an eminent American journalist currently working for The New York Times in New York City as a White House correspondent. Before joining New York Times, Annie served for three years at POLITICO as a political reporter. During her free time, She loves reading, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.
Annie Karni Age
Annie was born in Baltimore, Maryland, in the United States of America, on October 18, 1983. She is 37 years old and on October 18, each year celebrates her birthday.
Annie Karni Height
Karni stands at the height of 5 ft 5 inches (approx. 1.65 m).
Annie Karni Family
She was born and raised under the loving care of her hardworking mother Barbara S. Karni, and her father Edi Karni in Baltimore, Maryland, the United States. Her father presently works at the University of Johns Hopkins as a professor. Annie belongs to the white ethnicity but holds American citizenship by birth. Annie has not disclosed much about her mother’s profession, or whether she has any siblings. More details about her family members shall be updated as soon as we acquire relevant information.
Annie Karni Wife
Annie is a married woman to her supportive, handsome, and caring husband Ted Mann. He also works in the journalism industry as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal.
Annie Karni Salary
Annie’s average salary is $96,820 per year. This is according to New York City Channel anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Annie Karni Net Worth
Karni has an estimated net worth of $4.5 Million.
Annie Karni Career
Annie started her broadcasting career in 2005 when she was hired at The New York Sun as a reporter. Three years later Karni left the station and joined The New York Post and at that position, Annie was promoted to the station’s political reporter.
Additionally, Karni is also a contributor to MSNBC. She has been working since December 2018 for the New York Times as a White House correspondent.
In 2015, Karni entered the national sphere when she was hired at POLITICO. There she works as the station’s political reporter for three years before receiving a job invitation at The New York Times. Annie joined the station and has been serving to date as the White House correspondent.