Garrett Haake Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, MSNBC

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Garrett Haake Biography

Garrett Haake is a renowned American journalist who has won two Regional Emmy Awards and is currently situated in Washington, D.C. as a correspondent for MSNBC. He also works for NBC News as a correspondent and reporter. He worked as a reporter and fill-in anchor for KHSB-TV in Kansas City before joining MSNBC and NBC News.

Garrett Haake Age

Garrett Haake was born on April 14, 1985, in Texas, USA. He has 38 years on the clock.

Garrett Haake Height

Garrett has a tall stature, standing at 5 feet 11 inches tall.

Garrett Haake Education

Haake went to Klein High School and graduated from there. Garrett later attended Southern Methodist University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. He also works as a reporter and multimedia journalist for NBC News.

Garrett Haake Family

Garrett was born in Texas, United States of America, to his steadfast mother, Marylou Haake, and his steadfast father, David Haake. Garrett was also reared alongside his two siblings, Rusty and Jacky.

Garrett Haake Wife

He is blissfully married to his beautiful wife, Allison Harris, who works as a White House correspondent for Newsnationnow. On September 4, 2021, the charming pair exchanged wedding vows they have a beautiful daughter named Lane Loree Haake, who was born on June 28, 2022.

Prior to their divorce, he was married to his ex-wife Sara Murray. She is an American journalist who works as a CNN News correspondent.

Garrett Haake Children

Haake and his wife are blessed with one child whose name is Lane Loree Haake, who was born on June 28, 2022.

Garrett Haake Salary

He earns an attractive annual salary of $85,780. This corresponds to the pay of MSNBC correspondents/reporters.

Garrett Haake Networth

Garrett Haake has amassed a sizable fortune as a result of his successful profession and is estimated to be worth $1.5 million.

Garrett Haake Career

He began working as correspondent for MSNBC News in Washington, D.C. IMay of 2017. While still in college, Garrett interned at NBC Nightly News in New York. While still in college, he  worked for NBC as dust assistant. He was later promoted to assistant producer and researcher. He later worked as an embedded reporter before becoming reporter and fill-in anchor at KHSB-TV in Kansas City. He covered everything from scandals to politics, crime, and weather there.

Furthermore, before joining KSHB-TV, NBC News placed him on the presidential campaign in 2012. For 18 months in 2012, he reported from about 36 states. Haake also covered Romney’s presidential campaign there. He also received two regional Emmy awards for his documentary and environmental work. Garrett could be heard cursing after being hit with some kind of rubber bullet while reporting from Washington, D.C.






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