Ari Melber Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Net Worth, Salary, MSNBC
Ari Melber Biography
This is what you need to know about Ari Melber, a well renowned American well-known attorney, and News Journalist. He is also an Emmy-award-winning journalist currently working for MSNBC, as a chief legal correspondent, and as well as the host of The Beat with Ari Melber. The show began on July 24, 2017, and was recently nominated for a 2020 Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Interview.
Ari Melber Age
How old is Ari Melber? He was born on March 31, 1980, in Seattle, Washington, the United States of America.
Ari Melber Height | Weight
Melber stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches tall.
- 72 kg.
Ari Melber Family
Ari Naftali is a Jewish-born to Israeli Immigrants. In addition, has not disclosed about her parent or siblings, however, this information will be updated as soon as it’s found.
Ari Melber Wife
Ari has been married to Drew Grant in 2014. Grant has worked as a staff writer and she is currently working as Arts and Entertainment editor. However, the two ended their relationship and were granted a divorce in 2017.
He has also moved on and is currently dating, Alexandra Daddario. The two met through their mutual friends. In 2018, they went on a lunch date in the Cuban restaurant Cafe Habana Malibu and also the two shared a kiss while leaving.
Ari Melber Salary
His annual salary is estimated to be $64,000.
Ari Melber Net Worth
He receives an estimated net worth of $4 million. He credits his income which is mainly attributed to his successful career as a news journalist.
Ari Melber’s Education
He attended Garfield High School, in Seattle, Washington. He later joined and Graduated from the University of Michigan, graduating with an A.B. degree in political science. After college, Ari relocated to Washington D.C. to work for Senator Maria Cantwell.
Ari Melber Career
He currently hosts The Beat with Ari Melber nightly at 6 pm ET on MSNBC. He also serves s the Chief Legal Correspondent and NBC News Legal Analyst. He has also been awarded for his reporting on the Supreme Court in 2016. In addition, his writing has been published by The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Atlantic.
He is also a regular contributor to Politico, The Nation, and Reuters. Before joining MSNBC, served as a legislative aide in the United States Senate, also serving for First Amendment lawyer Floyd Abrams at Cahill Gordon & Reindel from 2009 to 2013.