Jeff Greenfield is a well-known television journalist and novelist in the United States. He currently presents PBS’s Need to Know and provides political commentary on NBC Nightly News. Previously, he worked as a speechwriter for Senator Robert F. Kennedy, aiding with RFK’s speech “On the Mindless Menace of Violence” as well as the 1968 Presidential campaign. He also served as the chief copywriter for New York Mayor John Lindsay. He worked for political consultant David Garth for seven years.
Jeff Greenfield Age
Jeff Greenfield was born in New York City, in the US on June 10, 1943. He is 79 years old.
Jeff Greenfield Height
Jeff stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.75 m tall.
Jeff Greenfield Family
He was born in New York City and raised by her parents in Manhattan. He is the son of Benjamin Greenfield, a lawyer, and Helen Greenfield, a housewife.
Jeff Greenfield Wife
Jeff has had three marriages. Jeff married Carrie Carmichael happily at first but divorced her in February 1993. He and Carrie have two children: Casey, a daughter, and David, a son. Casey was married to screenwriter Matt Manfredi and has a kid with former CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin. Casey and Matt had a child in 2009, which Jeffrey originally denied.
On April 24, 1993, Jeff married Karen Anne Gannett, from whom he is since divorced. Jeff later married Dena Sklar, a real estate broker who lives in Santa Barbara, California, and New York City, in June 2002. Jeff has a total of five grandchildren.
Jeff Greenfield Kid
From his first marriage to Carrie Carmichael, he had a daughter named Casey Greenfield. Casey has a son with former CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin and was married to screenwriter Matt Manfredi. Casey and Matt had a child in 2009, which Jeffrey originally denied.
Jeff Greenfield Education
Jeff graduated from the Bronx High School of Science in 1960. Later, in 1964, he earned a degree with distinction from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he also worked as the Daily Cardinal’s editor-in-chief. He was inducted into the Iron Cross (Secret Society) while on campus. He served as the Note and Comment editor for the Yale Law Journal while attending Yale Law School, where he earned a degree with distinction in 1966.
Jeff Greenfield Salary
Jeff pockets an annual salary of $93,193.
Jeff Greenfield’s Net Worth
Jeff’s approximate net worth of $1 million.
Jeff Greenfield Career
Jeff presented PBS’s “Need to Know” from May 7, 2010, through June 28, 2013. On NBC Nightly News, he also provides political commentary. He has also written for Time, National Lampoon, Slate, The New York Times, and POLITICO Magazine, as well as contributing to 11 books. Furthermore, he wrote one novel about the Electoral College. He has won five Emmy Awards, two for his reporting from South Africa (1985 and 1990) and one for a profile on H. Ross Perot (1992).
He has mostly covered domestic politics and the media, with occasional cultural coverage. Jeff first appeared on the television show Firing Line in 1968, and for five seasons he hosted the national public television series “CEO Exchange,” which included in-depth interviews with high-profile CEOs.
From 1979 to 1983, he was a CBS News media commentator, and from 1983 to 1997, he was an ABC News political and media analyst, regularly appearing on the Nightline program. From 1998 through 2007, he served as a senior analyst for CNN. He returned to CBS News on May 1, 2007, as a senior political correspondent, where he remained until April 2011.
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