Carl Cameron Biography
Carl Cameron (Full Name: Karl Emil Othmar Lamberg-Karlovsky) is a well-known American journalist currently serving as a chief political correspondent at Front Page Live, a progressive news aggregator that he launched in 2019. Previously, he spent two decades serving as a Chief Political Correspondent for Fox News.
Carl started his media career in 1985 at radio stations WZID and WFEA in Manchester, New Hampshire. He later worked as a political director for WMUR-TV, the ABC affiliate based in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Carl Cameron Age
Carl Cameron was born on September 22, 1961, in the United States of America. He is 61 years old.
Carl Cameron Height
Carl stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (Approx 1.88 m).
Carl Cameron Family
Carl was born in the USA. His father, C.C. Lamberg-Karlovsky was an archaeologist. He spent time in Iran, where his father, a distinguished member of the Harvard faculty, worked as an archaeologist. Carl grew up in New Hampshire.
Carl Cameron Wife
He is happily married to his gorgeous wife Moira Hopkins, a former technician for Fox News who accompanied Carl on the campaign trail. Currently, his wife works with him as Executive Producer at Front Page Live.
Carl Cameron Education
Soon after completing his primary and high school education, Carl attended Bates College.
Carl Cameron Salary
He receives an ample salary of $94,689 per year. This is according to Front Page Live chief political correspondents’ salaries.
Carl Cameron’s Net Worth
Carl has been able to gather a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Carl Cameron Front Page Live
in June 2019, Carl started the progressive news aggregator, Front Page Live, alongside Joe Romm, its Editor-in-Chief, Helen Stickler, Sunny Hundal, Laura Dawn, and his wife Moira Hopkins, among others. He serves as Chief Political Correspondent.
Carl Cameron Career
In 1995, Carl was hired at Fox News and he covered the 1996 presidential election. He joined Fox News full-time in 1996 as its first Capitol Hill Correspondent. Since then, he has covered each presidential election. After the 2000 elections, Carl became the first Chief Political Correspondent for Fox News and then became named its first Chief White House Correspondent following the 2004 elections.
Moreover, Carl has broken several stories including Israel’s involvement in wiretapping US officials leading up to 9/11 and George W. Bush’s 1976 drunk driving arrest. He reported his retirement from Fox News on August 22, 2017.