Nicolle Wallace MSNBC, Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Michael Schmidt, Salary, Net worth

Nicolle Wallace Biography

Nicolle Wallace is an American tv host and author she is known for being the anchor for MSNBC news, and  Deadline: White House. Nicole was formerly the anchor of  ABC daytime talk show The View. Being the political analyst for MSNBC and  NBC News she is a frequent on-air contributor to tv programs Today, The 11th Hour with Brian Williams, and Morning Joe.

Nicolle Wallace Age

Nicole was born on 4th February 1972 in Orange County, California. She is currently 49 years old.

Nicolle Wallace Birthday

Nicolle usually celebrates her birthday on 4th February of every year.

Nicolle Wallace Height

Nicolle stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.

Nicolle Wallace Family

Nicolle is the oldest of four children and grew up in the Northern California Bay Area town of Orinda. Her mother worked as an assistant to a third-grade teacher in a public school, while her father worked as an antiques dealer. Thomas Devenish, her grandpa, was a Manhattan antiquities dealer who worked for “Devenish and Company.

” He was born to vaudevillian parents in England and came to America with his family in 1947. Wallace is of Greek ancestry as well.

Nicolle Wallace Husband

Nicolle has not revealed any details concerning her love affairs. It is unknown if she is in a relationship currently.

She was however she married Mark Wallace, in 2005, he is an American businessman, former diplomat, and lawyer. In 2012, the couple welcomed their first child, a son.

Nicolle Wallace Education

Nicolle studied at the University of California, Berkeley in 1994, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in mass communications. She later pursued a master’s degree from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in 1996.

Nicolle Wallace Salary

Nicolle earns an annual salary ranging between $ 40,000 – $ 70,000 dollars.

Nicolle Wallace Net worth

Nicolle has an estimated net worth of $ 4 million dollars.

Nicolle Wallace MSNBC

Wallace began her political career working in California state politics after briefly working as an on-air reporter in the state. She relocated to Florida in 1999 to work as Governor Jeb Bush’s press secretary, and subsequently to the Florida State Technology Office in 2000 as the Communications Director. Wallace was involved in the recount of the Florida election in 2000.

Wallace worked as a special assistant to the President and director of media affairs at the White House during George W. Bush’s first term, where she handled regional press strategy and outreach. Wallace joined Bush’s 2004 presidential campaign as its communications director in 2003, where she “delivered her political barbs without snarling,” according to The New York Times.

Bush appointed Wallace as White House Communications Director on January 5, 2005. Wallace’s aims were defined in the New York Times piece announcing her presidential appointment as “to mend the tense relationship between a secretive White House and the press,” with the heading “New Aide Aims to Defrost the Press Room.”

Former colleagues characterize Wallace as “extremely convincing in the halls of the West Wing,” according to The Washington Post. Wallace functioned as “a voice for more openness with reporters,” according to The Washington Post. She left the White House in July 2006 to move to New York City, where her husband Mark was working as a UN representative for the Bush administration.

Wallace was also a key adviser to John McCain’s presidential campaign in 2008. As the campaign’s chief spokesman and defense, she appeared often on network and cable news programs.

Sarah Palin, the vice-presidential candidate, was chastised by campaign aides in late October 2008. Palin had “gone rogue,” according to an alleged McCain insider, putting her personal political goals ahead of the McCain/Palin ticket, directly opposing her running mate’s positions, and ignoring campaign managers’ orders.

She is the author of the 2010 novel Eighteen Acres, a fictional story about three powerful women at the pinnacle of their careers: the first female President of the United States, her chief of staff, and a White House correspondent. “It’s my best try at a novel,” Wallace said, “that I hope people will pick up and read and like and maybe feel like they’re getting a glimpse of what it’s like in the White House in this wholly imaginary scenario.”

It’s Classified, Wallace’s sequel to Eighteen Acres, was published in September 2011 and is about a fake presidential campaign plagued by a mentally ill vice presidential candidate. Wallace said her experience as a senior adviser to the McCain/Palin campaign inspired the notion. Madam President, her third novel, was published in April 2015.

Wallace was revealed as a new co-host on The View on September 3, 2014, with newcomer Rosie Perez. On September 15, 2014, Wallace made her debut as a co-host on the series’ 18th season premiere. At the conclusion of the season, Wallace left the show.

Following her departure from The View, Wallace became a political analyst for NBC News and its cable network MSNBC. She also appears on MSNBC’s The 11th Hour with Brian Williams and Morning Joe, as well as NBC’s Today Show, as a regular contributor and guest host. Wallace worked as an analyst for MSNBC’s live election coverage in November 2016, which was hosted by Brian Williams, Rachel Maddow, and Chris Matthews.

Wallace has been the host of MSNBC’s afternoon news and commentary show Deadline: White House since May 9, 2017. Deadline: In July 2020, the White House drew a total of 2 million viewers, and the following month, it was enlarged to two hours.

Nicolle Wallace Michael Schmidt

Michael Schmidt is a New York Times correspondent in Washington and a national security contributor for NBC News and MSNBC. The two have been linked to be in a relationship together. None has revealed any information concerning their love life. We will update once the information is available.

Who is Nicolle Wallace?

Nicolle is an American tv host and author. She is known for being the anchor for MSNBC news, and  Deadline: White House. Nicole was formerly the anchor of  ABC daytime talk show The View.

How Old is Nicolle Wallace?

Nicole was born on 4th February 1972 in Orange County, California. She is currently 49 years old.


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