Jeff Zucker enrolled at the "North Miami Senior High School," where he was a captain of the tennis team, a teenage freelance reporter, and an editor of the school paper for The Miami Herald.
Upon graduation, he attended the "Harvard University," and in 1986 he graduated with a "Bachelor of Arts in American history." During his graduation, he became the president of the school newspaper, The Harvard Crimson during his senior year.
Jeffrey Adam began his professional career with NBC as a researcher of coverage the information of the 1988 Summer Olympics. He then joined the "Today Show" as a producer and soon became its executive producer.
There he introduced the program’s trademark outdoor rock concert series as well as handle the program window on the world” Studio 1A in Rockefeller Plaza as an in-charge.
Before he became president of CNN, Zucker was the president of NBC Entertainment, President of NBC Entertainment’s News & Cable Group, President of NBC Television Group, Chief Executive Officer of NBC, and President and CEO of NBC Universal. He has also worked with Disney-ABC with fellow alum, former “Today” host Katie Couric.
Regarding Zucker's nationality, he is an American and is of the white ethnicity. Zucker is a married man and living a blissful life with his wife, Caryn Stephanie; a former supervisor for Saturday Night Live.
The couple has four children together. Till the date, there is no news and rumors regarding their extra-marital affairs and divorce in their married life.
The five-time Emmy Award winner, Zucker earns a tremendous amount of money through his profession. According to the New York Post, he gets paid $40 million to $30 million to leave NBC Universal.
He runs a $16 billion worth global media and Entertainment Company including Oxygen, Bravo, CNBC, MSNBC, and the USA. His current net worth is around $40 million.