Garrett Haake Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, MSNBC
Garrett Haake Biography
Garrett Haake is an illustrious American two times Regional Emmy Award-winning journalist currently working as a correspondent at MSNBC based in Washington, D.C., since May 2017. Moreover, he also works as a correspondent and reporter for NBC News. Before joining MSNBC and NBC News, he served as a reporter and fill-in anchor for KHSB-TV based in Kansas City.
Garrett Haake Age
Garrett Haake was born on 14th April 1985, in Texas, United States. He is 37 years old.
Garrett Haake Height
Garrett is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches (Approx 1.80m).
Garrett Haake Family
Garrett was born to his staunch mother, Marylou Haake, and his stalwart father David Haake in Texas, United States of America. In addition, Garrett was raised alongside his two siblings called Rusty and Jacky.
Garrett Haake Career
He is happily married to his alluring wife called Allison Harris, the White House correspondent for Newsnationnow. The lovely couple exchanged their wedding vows on September 4, 2021.
Previously, he was married to his ex-wife Sara Murray prior to their divorce. She is an American journalist currently serving as a correspondent for CNN News. Together, they share a lovely daughter called Lane Loree Haake who was born on June 28, 2022.
Garrett Haake Education
He attended and graduated from Klein High School. Later on, Garrett enrolled at Southern Methodist University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism. In addition, he also serves at NBC News as a reporter and multimedia journalist.
Garrett Haake Salary
He pockets a desirable salary of $85,780 annually. This is in accordance with MSNBC correspondents/reporters’ salaries.
Garrett Haake Net Worth
Garrett Haake has managed to garner good affluence from his victorious career and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Garrett Haake Career
He is currently serving as a correspondent for MSNBC News stationed in Washington, D.C. back in May 2017. Garrett interned with NBC Nightly News based in New York while still in college. After graduation, he worked as a dust assistant for NBC. He was later upgraded to an associate producer and researcher position. He later became an embedded reporter and moved on to become a reporter as well as a fill-in anchor at KHSB-TV located in Kansas City. There, he covered everything from scandals, politics, crime, and weather.
Moreover, NBC News placed him on the presidential campaign held in 2012 before joining KSHB-TV. In 2012, he reported from around 36 states for 18 months. There, Garrett also reported on the presidential campaign of Romney. In addition, he was recognized with two regional Emmy awards due to his documentary and environmental reporting. While reporting from Washington, D.C., Garrett could be heard cursing after a hit with some sort of a rubber bullet.