John Vause CNN, Bio, Age, Family, Height, Wife, Net Worth, Salary, Nationality and Married

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John Vause
John Vause

John Vause Biography | Wikipedia

John Vause is an Australian award-winning journalist currently working as an anchor and correspondent at CNN International based in Atlanta, Georgia. Before moving in Atlanta, he worked as a correspondent in Beijing and China. Prior to joining CNN, he served as a Los Angeles bureau chief for the Seven Network in Australia.

John Vause Age and Birthday

How old is Vause? Vause is 55 years old as of 2023. He was born on August 22, 1968, in Townsville, Queensland, Australia. He celebrates his birthday on the 22nd of August every year. RELATED: Lauren Tomasi 

John Vause Education

Vause holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in American history from the University of Queensland.

John Vause Nationality and Ethnicity

What ethnicity is Vause? John belongs to the white ethnicity/heritage. John was born and raised in Townsville, Queensland, Australia, he holds Australian nationality and citizenship by birth.

John Vause Height

Vause stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.74 m). RELATED: Louise Ransome 

John Vause Family | Parents | Sister

John was born and raised in Townsville, Queensland, Australia by his parents. He is the son of (father) Warren Vause and (mother) Jan Vause. He has a sister whose identity is not revealed.

John Vause Wife | Married

Is John married? John is currently married to actress Tushka Bergen. Together they have one child, Katie Vause, born in 2004. Bergen has worked in Australia, England, Germany, and the United States. The family resides in Los Angeles. RELATED: Amber Luke

John Vause Salary

How much does he earn? Vause earns an estimated salary ranging between $40,000 – $ 150,500 annually.

John Vause Net Worth

Vause an established CNN anchor and correspondent has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million which he has earned through being an anchor and correspondent.

John Vause CNN

CNN International’s Vause is a multi-award-winning journalist. He co-anchors ‘CNN Newsroom from 12-2 a.m. ET on CNN from the network’s headquarters in Atlanta.

Vause, an Australian journalist, is a CNN International presenter stationed in Atlanta. Prior to that, he worked as a Beijing correspondent covering China and the area. He was the Los Angeles bureau chief for the Seven Network in Australia before joining CNN. He was one of a select group of reporters that covered 9/11 from New York, then traveled to Pakistan and Afghanistan to witness the Taliban’s fall. RELATED: John Torode

Vause covered some of the most important international stories of the 2000s while headquartered in Beijing, including the killing of Benazir Bhutto in Pakistan. He was the network’s senior reporter in Jerusalem before moving to Beijing. In the summer of 2006, he was part of the crew that earned an Edward R Murrow award for CNN’s coverage of the Israel-Hezbollah conflict. He previously covered Hamas’ rise to power, Yasser Arafat’s death, Israel’s evacuation from Gaza, and the siege of Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity. He was also present during Palestinian militants’ persistent suicide bombing campaign in 2002. In 2004, Vause earned a New York Festival award for his interview with a suicide bomber.

In 2003, he presented CNN International’s coverage of the Iraq War from Kuwait, before crossing into Iraq as a reporter and moving from Basra in the south to Baghdad, staying for three months in the country, and then driving to Jerusalem to cover the Aqaba Summit, which outlined the US vision for a Palestinian State and the Road Map to Peace. In 2007, he went to Indonesia’s State Elementary School Menteng 01, where then-presidential candidate Barack Obama had spent a year, and discovered that each student received two hours of religious instruction per week in his or her own faith, contrary to some false rumors that were circulating at the time.

In November 2015, he was chastised for an interview with Yasser Louati, the spokesperson for the anti-Islamophobia group Collective Against Islamophobia in France, in which he stated that the Muslim community bear responsibility for terrorist actions carried out by Muslims.