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Major Garrett Biography

Dibya Raj Adhikari Sat Feb, 2016
Major Garrett

Facts of Major Garrett

Date of Birth: 1962 , August-24
Birth Nation: United States

Quick Timeline of Major Garrett

1962 Born in San Diego, California
1984 Graduated from University of Missouri
1990 Worked at US News & World Report
2000 Joined CNN's White House team
1990 Married to Julie Kirtz
2013 Nominated in News & Documentary Emmy Awards
2009 Became the senior White House correspondent
2012 Became the CBS News as Chief White House Correspondent
2000 Published The Fifteen Biggest Lies in Politics

Detail Timeline of Major Garrett

August 24 , 1962

Born in San Diego, California

Major Garrett was born as Major Elliott Garrett in San Diego, California, United States of America. He was also raised in San Diego, California. He is an American and is of white ethnicity. He is a tall guy with average weight. 

1984

Graduated from University of Missouri

With the completion of his high school graduation from some high school in United States, Major joined University of Missouri. There he majored in Journalism as well as in Political Science. He graduated from there in 1984. 

1990

Worked at US News & World Report

He has been active as a journalist since a long time. In 1990, he joined U.S. News & World Report where he served them as a senior editor and congressional correspondent. He also worked in The Washington Times as a congressional reporter for several years.

2000

Joined CNN's White House team

After working in The Washington Times for several years, he joined CNN's White House team in the early 2000. He worked there till 2002. He began working as a general assignment reporter in Fox News since 2002.

1990

Married to Julie Kirtz

In 1990, Major got married to Julie Kirtz. Julie is a Fox News correspondent and she is also popular for being a general assignment reporter. As a married couple, they have been parents three times. Now, they resides in Washington, D.C..

2013

Nominated in News & Documentary Emmy Awards

News & Documentary Emmy Awards is one of the prestigious awards in the broadcasting world. In 2013, he got his first nomination in this award and that was for Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a News Magazine.

January 13 , 2009

Became the senior White House correspondent

He joined Fox News in 2002. Initially he worked as a general assignment reporter. In 2004, he worked as the network's congressional correspondent. In the early 2009, he was announced the senior White House correspondent of the Fox News Channel.

November 18 , 2012

Became the CBS News as Chief White House Correspondent

Major Garrett is a talented correspondent from United States. He is popular in the world for being the Chief White House Correspondent with CBS News. He has been serving in this position since November 2012. In 2015, he asked Obama about the Iran Nuclear Deal.

2000

Published The Fifteen Biggest Lies in Politics

Besides being the correspondent and the Chief White House Correspondent with CBS News, Major Garrett is also a great writer. In 2000, he published the book The Fifteen Biggest Lies in Politic. He is also the writer of the book, Common Cents.

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In 1990, Major got married to Julie Kirtz. Julie is a Fox News correspondent and she is also popular for being a general assignment reporter. As a married couple, they have been parents three times.

With the completion of his high school graduation from some high school in United States, Major joined University of Missouri. There he majored in Journalism as well as in Political Science. He graduated from there in 1984. He has been active as a journalist since a long time. In 1990, he joined U.S. News & World Report where he served them as a senior editor and congressional correspondent. He also worked in The Washington Times as a congressional reporter for several years. In 2000, he joined CNN's White House team. He began working as a general assignment reporter in Fox News since 2002. He has been working at CBS News as chief White House correspondent since November 2012. His net worth is said to be around ‎$3 Million Dollars.