Facts of Peter Alexander
|Full Name:||Peter Alexander|
|Birth Date:||July 29, 1976|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Birth Place||Oakland, California.|
|Kids||Ava Starling Alexander, Emma Pink Alexander|
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Peter Alexander married his wife Alison Starling. The couple began dating in 2009 and got engaged after two years. They got married at the Newseum in Washington DC on April 21, 2012.
Moving forward, the couple gave birth to their first baby girl on July 23, 2013, and named her Ava Starling Alexander. After that, again on June 16, 2015, Alison gave birth to her second child, a daughter named Emma Pink Alexander.
His wife Alison Starling is also a reporter who started her career at WDEF-TV in Tennessee. The couple understands each other very well and very happy with each other. They are spending a very blessed married life.
We are sure that Peter Alexander is playing in the millions. Despite the unavailability of the individual salary, combined salary along with his wife Alison is given as $400,000 annually. Being one of the prominent reporters, he has earned both name and fame.
Looking at the way he is living and the way he presents himself in the media, we can assume that he is living a luxurious life. Well, without any doubts Peter is spending a quality life with his family. We wish that he will get more name and fame in the upcoming days as well.
Alexander’s parents divorced when he was small. He completed his school level from Head-Royce School.
After that, he enrolled at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and graduated from there.
as a Journalist
After arriving at NBC News in 2004, Peter covered many international stories— from Iraq’s historic election in 2005 to the death of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, and the tsunami in Indonesia. He has filed reports from Afghanistan, the Galápagos Islands, Gaza Strip, Israel, Laos, and Mexico.
His work also includes environmental reporting from the Northwest Passage in the Arctic, and reports on the deeply personal story of his sister, Rebecca, who has Usher Syndrome, type III. It is a rare genetic disorder that robbed her vision and her hearing.
Moving forward, Alexander also covered numerous breaking news events, including anchoring live coverage of the “Miracle on the Hudson” and the Virginia Tech shooting. After that, in 2010, he reported on the international controversy surrounding WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange.
Along with this, Alexander also served as an NBC Sports host and covered both the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and the 2010 Winter Olympics.