Garrett Haake Biography | Wikipedia
Garrett Haake is an American broadcast journalist currently serving as the Hill Correspondent for NBC News. Prior to that, he covered everything from Congress and the White House to campaigns and hurricanes for MSNBC and NBC News programs.
Garrett Haake Age and Birthday
How old is Garrett? Haake is 37 years old as of 2022. He was born on April 14, 1985, in Houston, Texas, United States of America. He celebrates his birthday on the 14th April of every year.
Garrett Haake Education
Haake after graduating from Klein High School in 2003, attended and graduated from Southern Methodist University with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism. ALSO READ: Dr. Janette Nesheiwat
Garrett Haake Nationality and Ethnicity
Garrett holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and raised in Houston, Texas, United States of America. He is of White ethnicity/heritage/ancestry. More details about his ethnic background will be updated as soon as possible.
Garrett Haake Height and Measurements
How tall is Garrett? Haake stands at an average height of 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 m). Details about his other body measurements are currently under review. We will update his other body measurements once confirmed available to the public.
Garrett Haake Parents | Family
Haake was born and raised in Houston, Texas by his parents. He is the son of (father) David Haake and (mother) Marylou Haake. At an early age, he learned to be comfortable in new situations as his family moved from San Francisco to Boston, to Germany to accommodate his father’s career in the energy industry
Garrett Haake Siblings
Haake is the younger of two brothers Jack Haake and Rusty Haake. His brother Jack, serves as a vice president at JP Morgan in New York while Rusty works as an engineer at Lockheed Martin.
Garrett Haake First Wife
Garret was first married to his first wife Sara Murray, a CNN political correspondent based in Washington, D.C. The couples met while working on Mitt Romney’s campaign and during that time Sara used to work as a CNN political correspondent. The couples started dating after the end of the campaigns. In 2015, Haake the couples got engaged and got married officially through a wedding ceremony on April 22, 2017, in Austin, Texas. However, their marriage did not last and they divorced.
Garrett Haake Wife
Is Garrett still married? Haake is currently married to his wife Allison Harris, a White House Correspondent for News Nation in the Washington, D.C. Bureau. The couple met while Allison working as a reporter at FKDFW in Dallas-Fort Worth. The couples got married officially through a wedding ceremony on September 5th, 2021.
Garrett while not working he is interested in fitness. He does CrossFit and also he is a music guy. He likes attending music shows and live concerts. He also likes watching movies and his favorite movies are “The Shawshank Redemption” and “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”
Garrett Haake Daughter
Haake is a proud father of a daughter from his first marriage with Sara Murray. However, more information regarding his daughter is not yet available. We will update her daughter’s details once confirmed publicly.
Garrett Haake Salary
How much does Garrett make? Haake working as the Capitol Hill Correspondent for NBC News earns an estimated annual salary of $110,000.
Garrett Haake Net Worth
Garrett Haake is an American broadcast journalist. anchor and correspondent who has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Garrett Haake MSNBC
Garrett currently serves as the Capitol Hill Correspondent for NBC News. Previously, he covered everything from Congress and the White House to campaigns and hurricanes for MSNBC and NBC News programs. At NBC, Garrett has covered national stories since 2017, including protests in Washington, D.C., the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in states from Florida to California, and the role of Texas in the 2020 elections.
He practiced his journalism skills as an intern in New York with NBC Nightly News after being connected by SMU alumna Lucy Scott ’77, an Emmy Award-winning broadcaster who served as executive-in-residence in the journalism division of Meadows School of the Arts.
After graduating he landed a job at NBC as a desk assistant for the news program and went on to become a researcher, then associate producer before successfully competing against hundreds of others for what he calls the best job in journalism – serving as an embedded reporter with a presidential candidate.