Bill Whitaker Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, and Net Worth CBS

Bill Whitaker
Bill Whitaker

Bill Whitaker Bio

Bill Whitaker is a journalist who works as a 60 Minutes Correspondent for CBS, he began working here in November 1984 as a reporter and in March 2014 he was named the 60 Minutes correspondent. Covering different news stories domestically and across the globe, for CBS news he’s worked for four decades, as a journalist. Previously, he worked in Tokyo as a correspondent from 1989 – 1992 for CBS News.

Bill Whitaker Age

Whitaker was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States on August 26, 1951. As of 2021, Bill is 70 years old.

Bill Whitaker Height

Bill is 6 ft 1 in/1.9 m tall.

Bill Whitaker Parents

Bill’s parents are William Whitaker and Mary Whitaker. More information regarding his family and siblings will be updated soon.

Bill Whitaker Wife

Bill is a married man to Terry and a father of two, a son and a daughter. There is no more information regarding their dating history, it will be updated soon.

Bill Whitaker Education

Bill earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in American History at Hobart College, he later earned a master’s degree in African-American studies from Boston University, and in 1978, He graduated with a Journalism program at the University of California, Berkeley.

Bill Whitaker Salary

Bill annually earns a salary ranging between $75, 000 – 200,000. This is according to CBS salaries to reporters.

Bill Whitaker Net Worth

Bills estimated net worth ranges between $700,000 – 2 Million.

Bill Whitaker CBS

Bill is an American journalist working as a 60 Minutes correspondent at CBS News, He began working here in November 1984 and in March 2014, CBS News made him a 60 Minutes correspondent. Covering different news stories domestically and across the globe, for CBS news he’s worked for four decades, as a journalist. A law pushed by drug industry lobbyists held back DEA’s attempt to restrain the opioid epidemic was disclosed in his investigations with the Washington Post, The report was helped by forcing the law’s chief sponsor who was a congressman, to pull back his nomination for the Trump Administration’s drug czar.

Before joining 60 minutes, Bill reported for the CBS Evening News and other CBS News platforms since he was transferred to Los Angeles in 1992 and covered all the major news in the West. Previously, for a period of three years, he worked as a correspondent in Tokyo for CBS News. He covered stories in Asia such as the enthronement of Japan’s Emperor Akihito and the military coup attempts in the Philistines.

Prior to working in Tokyo, Bill was based in Atlanta from 1985 – 1988, his reports regarding the collapse of Jim and Tammy Bakker’s television ministry, got him an Emmy award. Previously he worked in Charlotte, North Carolina for WBTV-TV, the CBS affiliate as a correspondent. His career started as a producer, associate producer, and researcher/writer in San Francisco at KQED-TV.

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