Kate Snow NBC, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Spouse, Illness, Salary, and Net Worth

Kate Snow Bio | Wiki

Kate Snow is a popular American television journalist. As of now, Kate serves at NBC News, as a Senior National Correspondent on different NBC platforms, such as Today, NBC Nightly News, Dateline NBC, and MSNBC. She also anchors the Sunday edition of NBC Nightly News, as well as frequently substitutes for the weekday broadcast.

Previously Kate served as a co-anchor for the weekend edition of Good Morning America on ABC from 2004 to 2010. She had also appeared on its weekday edition and World News as a fill-in anchor and correspondent. In addition, Kate served as a correspondent for the now-canceled NBC newsmagazine Rock Center alongside Brian Williams. Kate was also the host of MSNBC Live with Kate Snow.

Kate Snow Age

She was born on June 10, 1969, in Bangor, Maine, in the United States. Kate is 53 years old.

Kate Snow Height

She is a woman of average height. Kate stands at a height of 5 ft 5 in (Approx 1.65 m).

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Kate Snow Family

She was born in Maine, USA, to her father Dean R. Snow, a professor. Kate’s family moved to New York when she was just six months old and that is where Kate spent her childhood. She was raised alongside her brother and sister namely Barbara Snow and Joshua Snow.

Kate Snow Spouse

Kate happily married her husband Chris Bro in 1999. Chris is a radio host who started his own radio station, Punk Rock Radio. The pair exchanged their marriage vows on September 25, 1999. The couple is proud parents to their two children a son Zach Bro and a daughter Abigail Keller Bro.

Kate Snow Education

In 1987, Kate graduated from Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School. Later on, Kate attended and graduated from Cornell Campus and holds a master’s in foreign service from Georgetown University.

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She joined ABC in 2003 working as a Good Morning America’s White House reporter before she was tapped to co-host the morning show’s weekend edition. Kate had before served at NPR and NBC Radio, and also served as a reporter at KOAT-TV in Albuquerque, New Mexico, from 1995 to 1998 plus at CNN from 1998–2003.

In the 2008 presidential race, Kate was ABC News’ correspondent reporting Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, the 2004 Democratic National Convention, as well as Sarah Palin’s campaign for vice president.

She joined NBC News in 2010 working as a correspondent for Dateline NBC and a contributor to other NBC programming. Kate began anchoring the Sunday broadcast of NBC Nightly News in September 2015. During that same month, she started hosting a two-hour block on MSNBC Live.

In 2016, Kate won a News & Documentary Emmy Award for her interview with several women such as Andrea Constand who had accused Bill Cosby of committing sexual assault, which had aired on Dateline NBC. Kate left her anchoring duties at MSNBC in April 2017 to become a Senior National Correspondent at NBC News, reporting various stories for NBC Nightly News, Today, and Dateline NBC. She started hosting a true-crime television series in October 2019, titled Relentless, which airs on Oxygen.

Kate’s colleagues at NBC include:

Catie Beck – reporter

Maria LaRosa– meteorologist

Myles Miller– reporter

Phil Lipof – anchor

Leon Harris– anchor

Erika Gonzalez -anchor

Justin Finch– reporter

Kate Snow Illness

She penned an essay about how she started teletherapy to manage the pressure of her demanding career and raising two teens during the pandemic. Kate said she’s ‘totally stressed’ and speaks to her therapist remotely either through phone or video chat every couple of weeks.

She said her therapist has reminded her that she is ‘allowed to feel anxious and said’ about what she has lost, even if she considers herself lucky. She helped nurse her husband Chris Bro back to health in early April 2020 as he battled coronavirus while quarantined in their basement. Kate has been covering mental health stories for NBC News for about ten years now, and she needed to share her personal struggles to help reduce the stigma surrounding them.

Kate Snow Plastic Surgery

The 53-year-old Kate does look like she’s made some cosmetic enhancements to enhance her appearance. It’s not new for TV journalists to go under the knife since how they look can make or break their careers.

For this precise reason, several succumb to the pressures of cosmetic surgery in the media industry. Kate appears to be no different in regard. Upon close inspection from our experts at Weight & Skin, we can conclude that Kate has performed Botox injections and facelift plastic surgery, in an effort to regain youthful skin.

Kate Snow Dateline

She left her anchoring duties at MSNBC in April 2017 to become a Senior National Correspondent at NBC News, reporting various stories for NBC Nightly News, Today, and Dateline NBC. She started hosting a true-crime television series in October 2019, titled Relentless, which airs on Oxygen.

Kate Snow Salary

She earns a satisfying amount from her work as a Senior National Correspondent on different NBC platforms, such as Today, NBC Nightly News, Dateline NBC, and MSNBC. Kate’s average salary is $81,102 per year.

Kate Snow Net Worth

She gets her wealth from her work as a Senior National Correspondent to different NBC platforms, such as Today, NBC Nightly News, Dateline NBC, and MSNBC. Therefore, Kate has accumulated a decent fortune over the years she has served. Kate’s estimated net worth is $811,315.

How Old Is Kate Snow

She is a 53-year-old who was born on June 10, 1969, in Bangor, Maine, in the United States.

Who Is Kate Snow Married To

Kate happily married her husband Chris Bro in 1999. Chris is a radio host who started his own radio station, Punk Rock Radio. The pair exchanged their marriage vows on September 25, 1999.

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