How Much is Nicolle Wallace Net Worth?
Nicolle Wallace has earned the net worth of $3 million from her successful career as a journalist, anchor, political commentator and author. She is the host of the show "Deadline: White House". She is also known for working as a political analyst for "NBC News" and "MSNBC".
Quick Facts About Nicolle Wallace
|Nicolle Wallace's Net Worth||$3 Million|
|Age||50 years old|
|Date of Birth||Feb 4, 1972 (50 years old)|
|Place of Birth||Orange County, California|
|Height||5 ft 6 in|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Profession||Author, Journalist and Political Commentator|
Who Is Nicolle Wallace? Wiki, Age and Early Life Explored
Nicolle Wallace is a 50 years old journalist, anchor, and author from America. She is also a political analyst born as Nicolle Devenish, who was born on 4th February 1972. She has a White Ethnicity with Nationality as American.
Nicolle with her pet dog
She was born in Orange County, Southern California. Nicolle was born as the eldest child in the family of four children. She grew up with her three siblings in Orinda, Northern California where her father used to work as an antique dealer and her mother worked as an assistant teacher in a public school.
In 1990, Nicolle graduated from Miramonte High School. Then, she went to the University of California, Berkeley, to complete her major in mass communication. In 1994, She completed the Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication. Nicolle again attended Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University in 1996 to complete her Master's.
Nicolle is much active on Twitter with 1.2 Million followers, where she frequently updates her following about her news, updates and important talks.
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Nicolle Wallace's Net Worth And Career
Nicolle Wallace has earned an estimated net worth of $3 Million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. She has successfully received the wealth from her career as an author, anchor, and a political analyst. She has also earned from working as the "White House Communication Director" in 2005 as well as the "Communication Chief" for the Presidential campaigns for Bush previously in 2004.
Nicolle is currently earning a fortunate amount working at "MSNBC" as an anchor of the show "Deadline: White House", since 2017. She is also frequents at "NBC's Today Show". She started her professional career in 1999 by being a press secretary to Jeb Bush which later changed to "Communications Director" at the Florida State Technology Office.In 2008, she was the senior advisor for "John McCain" after she relocated to New York leaving the post of "White House Communication Director".
She has also established herself as an author. She released a novel in 2010, "Eighteen Acres" which was in reference to the 18 acres on which the "White House" stands. The novel was very successful, well-received and praised. Again, In 2011, she released "Its Classified", a sequel to the "Eighteen Acres". "Madam President", her another book was published in 2015. Mostly, all of her books have been well received with several copies over the years making her career wealthy.
In 2014, Nicolle joined "The View" as a new co-host where. Then, She joined "NBC News" and "MSNBC" as a political analyst. She has also been guest host as well as a contributor to different programs in MNNBC like "Morning Joe", and "The 11th Hour". Nicolle has also portrayed in a movie, "the Game Change by Sarah Paulson" in 2012.
Nicolle Wallace Husband, Kids and Relationship Explored
Nicolle Wallace was married Mark Wallace in 2005. Mark is a businessman and former diplomat. The couple welcomed their first child, Liam Wallace in 2012 together. Unfortunately, the couple started having problems in their marriage, and finalized their divorce in 2019.
Nicolle Wallace with her son Liam Wallace
Interesting Facts About Nicolle Wallace
- Three popular Novels of Nicolle are, "Madam President", "Its Classified" and "Eighteen Acres".
- Being a Communication Chief for President Bush has been the biggest achievement for Wallace.