Facts of Garrett Haake
|Full Name:||Garrett Haake|
|Birth Date:||June 1, 1985|
|Height:||5 feet 11 inches (1.80m)|
|Married||Sarah Murray (2017)|
|Net Worth||$1.2 million|
|Education||Southern Methodist University Meadows School of the Arts|
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Garrett Haake is an American journalist as well as Washington correspondent for MSNBC.
He is known for his work on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (1970), NBC News Special: The Funeral of Ted Kennedy (2009), and The Ben Shapiro Show (2015).
Garrett Haake entered this world in 1985, June 1. As of 2020, his age is 35 and his sun sign is Gemini. His brother’s name is Jack Haake. Garrett holds an American nationality and belongs to the White ethnicity.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Journalism from the Southern Methodist University Meadows School of the Arts in University Park, Texas, the USA.
During the time in college, he was a President’s Scholar and engaged with extra-curricular exercises. He was an individual from the Lambda Chi Alpha club. Haake has a standard height of 5 feet 11 inches. He has blonde-colored hair and his eyes are green.
How much is Garrett Haake Net Worth and Salary?
Garrett gained a good quantity of cash from his career in journalism, therefore, his net worth is about $1.2 million. In the year 2017, his estimated net worth is around $500 thousand. Besides this, his net worth is enough for him to maintain a standard lifestyle in a luxurious way.
However, there is no information about his car and house. In the year 2017, Haake earns more than the average wage considering his fame and experience in the media field.
It reveals that an American journalist’s average wage is $35.72 per hour, according to some internet sources. No wonder, both his salary and net worth are sure to increase in the coming future as he is still engaged in his career.
On the other hand, his wife Sara has an estimated net worth of $1.4 million with a handsome salary. Her prime source of income is her professional career.
Who is Garrett Haake Wife?
Garrett is married to a British entrepreneur, as well as a businesswoman, Sara Murray. The couple first met in 2011 on then-presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s tour bus. They started dating shortly after becoming acquainted with each other.
During Thanksgiving 2015, November 28, Garett proposed to Sara to be his life partner. In a personal ceremony attended by close friends and family members, the lovebirds exchanged the vows on April 24, 2017, after two years near Austin, Texas.
Additionally, that time the duo shared a beautiful picture of themselves as a married couple. Sara looked stunning in her white wedding gown and Garett was well suited in the suit. The happily married couple even shared a daughter. But the couple has not yet disclosed the name of their daughter. Moreover, they celebrated their second marriage anniversary on 24 April 2019.
Together, the loving couple frequently goes out for beautiful destinations. The duo along with their child resides in Washington DC and sharing the blissful married life since 2017 with no such conflict.
Garrett started his work at NBC Nightly News in New York. Afterward, he turned into a partner maker at NBC Nightly News in New York from 2009-2011. In 2011, Haake was chosen as one of the eight installed correspondents of NBC News to covering the 2012 Presidential decisions.
Moreover, he secured Mitt Romney’s Presidential campaign. Later, he joined the KSHB-TV as a general task journalist where he secured everything from legislative issues and outrage to wrongdoing and climate.
In the fall of 2014, Garrett Haake moved to Kandahar, where he detailed and shot 60 minutes in length narrative about the finish of the United States’ contribution in the war of Afghanistan.
Afterward, he began working at WUSA-TV. After two years, Hakke again filtered to MSNBC as a reporter and began announcing from Capitol Hill.
Haake won two Emmy Awards for his environmental and documentary reporting. Furthermore, he has been nominated for the Emmys for five times. His nominations came in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
In the year 2010, his work in NBC News Special: The Funeral Of Ted Kennedy earned him a nomination. Also, that same year, his work on Perfect Storm: Climate Change and Conflict also earned him a nomination of Best Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newcast.
Similarly, in 2011, his work for Earthquake in Haiti earned him a nomination for the Emmys of Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast.
Furthermore, in 2012, he earned two Emmys in 2012 for “Blown Away: Southern Tornadoes”. This was for Best Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast and also, for the Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast.s.