Elie Honig is an American former federal and state prosecutor who has been working as a legal analyst for CNN since October 2018. He also serves as the host of the network’s show “Cross-Exam with Elie Honig.” He has previously been seen on MSNBC, Fox News, BBC, PBS, and Bloomberg. He is also a well-known author, most known for his 2021 book Hatchet Man. He enjoys traveling and spending time with his wife and children in his spare time.
Elie Honig Age
Elie Honig was born in Camden, New Jersey, in the United States of America on March 4, 1975. He is 46 years old.
Elie Honig’s Height
Honig stands at a height of 5 ft 10 in/1.77 m tall.
Elie Honig Family
Elie was raised in Camden, New Jersey, as well, by her loving and supportive parents. His father was a police officer, while his mother was a social worker. He grew up in a family of five, with two younger brothers. Honig is an American citizen who is of white ethnicity.
Elie Honig Wife
Elie is blissfully married to Rachael, his lovely and loving wife. Rachael also worked as an Assistant US Attorney for the United States Government. The couple has been married for some years and is now proud parents to two children, a son, and a daughter.
Elie Honig Education
Elie attended a local high school before attending Rutgers University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in 1997. She later further his studies and earned his Doctor of Law from Harvard University in 2000. He is currently the Executive Director of Secure Communities at Rutgers University.
Elie Honig’s Salary
Honig earns an annual salary of $98,682.
Elie Honig’s Net Worth
Alie’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
Elie Honig Hatchet Career
Honig has been a legal expert at CNN since October 2018. He primarily covers breaking news in criminal justice, national security, and other legal concerns there. Still, he hosts an on-air show called “Cross-Exam with Elie Honig” for the network. Previously she appeared on MSNBC, Fox News, BBC, PBS, and Bloomberg, in addition to his current station. His work has also featured in publications such as Newsweek, Time, The Atlantic, The Guardian, Financial Times, The Hill, and Business Insider.
She worked as an Assistant Attorney General at the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice for five years and nine months before entering the journalistic sector. She worked as the Assistant United States Attorney, Southern District of New York, for eight and a half years at the United States Attorneys’ Offices.