Errol Barnett Biography
An anchor and correspondent for CBS News, based in Washington D.C, Errol Barnett was born on April 3, 1983, in Milton Keynes, England, the United Kingdom to Pamela Christie and Michael Christie. His mother later remarried to Gary Barnett, a US Air Force sergeant through which Errol took his surname as Barnett. He’s also popular for covering the news about the death of the President Nelson Mandela. Regarding his Nationality, he’s American-British and belongs to black ethnicity.
Errol first enrolled to Garden Lakes Elementary School and then joined West view High School for further education. Afterward, he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Prior to that, Errol joined a digital content provider, One News where he worked as an anchor and reporter. In that respect, he covered the news of Barack Obama’s keynote speech at 2004 Democratic National Convention by which he came into the spotlight.
Correspondingly, an international English language cable, CNN International hired Errol after graduating from UCLA. On that point, he reported on the rise of social media like Facebook and Twitter and also covered the death of President Nelson Mandela, miner strikes, the 50th anniversary of the African Union’s founding. Currently, Errol has worked with CBS News appearing on CBS This Morning, the CBS Evening News and on the Digital network CBSN.
These days, Errol is having a romantic love affair with his African girlfriend, Nyasha Zimucha who is a professional model, singer, dancer and television personality. The couple is living a happy life together and as of now, there has not been any serious conflict, which would lead to their separation. However, there were rumors that Errol is engaged to his girlfriend, but the information has not disclosed yet.
Errol Barnett is a man of amazing personality. His sexy looks have attracted most of the women at the current time. Correspondingly, Errol earns a great amount of money through his multi-professions, which has added his net worth. Currently, his salary and net worth are under review but his personality proofs that he has been earning no less than million dollars.
Born in Milton Keynes, England
Born as Errol Barnett in Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom to Pamela and Michael Christie, Errol was raised in middle class family. He holds the citizenship of Britain and United States and is of Jamaican and British descent.Edit
Joined Channel One News
Errol gained his elementary education from Garden Lakes Elementary School and then he joined Westview High School. But before completing his high school education he joined Channel One News and began working there as an anchor and reporter.Edit
Covered Barak Obama’s speech
Being an anchor and reporter of Channel One News, he covered the news of Barack Obama’s keynote speech at 2004 Democratic National Convention. He also covered most of the news about the 2001 September 11 terror attack.Edit
Graduated from University of California
After his high school graduation, he continued serving in the Channel One News but later he desired to continue of his higher education and then he joined University of California and there he majored in political science. He graduated from there in 2008.Edit
In 2008, he also gained his Bachelor of Arts degree from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and soon after his graduation from there he joined CNN and began serving them as a correspondent and anchor.Edit
Dating African model
These days, Errol is seen having romantic love affairs with his African girlfriend. His girlfriend is a professional model and they have been having this relation since a long time. They also wished to continue this love life into a married life.Edit
Became neutralized US citizen
Though he was born in Milton Keynes, England, United Kingdom, he spends most of his childhood days in United Kingdom. His mother British but his mother married for the second time to a US national and they settled in US. After being in US for such a long time, he finally issued his US citizenship in September 2015.Edit