Luke Russert Biography

Updated On Nov 15, 2017 Published On Jun 25, 2016
Facts of Luke Russert
Date of Birth: 1985 , August-22
Birth Nation: United States
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Luke is now in his early 30s but till date, there is no any information about his love affairs, married life, spouse and divorce in the media.

Luke was also raised in Washington, D.C. There he got enrolled at St. Albans School and he also earned his high school graduation from there in 2004. Later on, he joined Boston College with a major in Communications and History. He earned his bachelor’s degree from there in 2008. While he was in Boston, he was the employee of ESPN’s Pardon the Interruption. He also worked as the co-host with James Carville on the sports talk program called 60/20 Sports. Soon after his graduation from Boston, he was offered a job by NBC News and he joined them as a correspondent covering youth issues. He also did the coverage of the 2008 presidential election. 

He also published a report titled the impact of Barack Obama’s win on young people on the election and this earned NBC its nomination for Emmy award for News & Documentary. From early 2009, he was assigned to cover the news about the House of Representatives as a congressional correspondent of the NBC News. He also covered the news about the Hurricane Irene for NBC News in 2011 as its reporter. Luke Russert announced his resignation from NBC in July 2016, in order to evaluate his career opportunities.

He has been earning the annual salary of $500k per year and his net worth is $9 Million.

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Born in Washington, DC

August 22 , 1985

Talented and sedulous, Luke Russert was born in the mid 1980s in Washington, D.C., United States of America to Timothy J. Russert and Maureen Orth. He was born and raised in an upper class family. He is an American.

Graduated from St Albans School

2004

Luke was also raised in Washington, D.C. There he got enrolled at St. Albans School and he also earned his high school graduation from there in 2004. Later on he joined Boston College with a major in Communications and History. He earned his bachelor’s degree from there in 2008.

Joined NBC News

2008

While he was in Boston, he was the employee of ESPN’s Pardon the Interruption. He also worked as the co host with James Carville on the sports talk program called 60/20 Sports. Soon after his graduation from Boston, he was offered a job by NBC News. 

Contributed to NBC’s News & Documentary Emmy award

2008

He joined NBC as a correspondent covering youth issues. He also did the coverage of the 2008 presidential election. He also published a report titled the impact of Barack Obama’s win on young people on the election and this earned NBC its nomination in Emmy award for News & Documentary.

Became the congressional correspondent

2009

From the early 2009, he was assigned to cover the news about the House of Representatives as a congressional correspondent of the NBC News. He also covered the news about the Hurricane Irene for NBC News in 2011 as its reporter.