Brendan Keefe Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, 11Alive
March 16, 2023
Brendan Keefe Biography
Brendan Keefe is an American-born journalist. He has been working at 11Alive since 2014 as the chief investigative reporter for The Reveal. He initially worked at The E.W. Scripps Company as a Scripps Senior Multi-Media Journalist (Corporate). He has also worked for WCPO-TV as an evening news anchor and I-Team Chief investigator.
Brendan Keefe Age
Keefe is currently 54 years old as he was born in the states in 1968.
Brendan Keefe Height
He has an average height of 5 ft 8 in ( Approx1.72 m).
Brendan Keefe Family
He was born and raised in America with his supportive parents. Due to Keefe’s secretive nature, there is currently no information regarding his parents and siblings names and whereabouts, this information will be updated as soon as there is any disclosure from him.
Brendan Keefe Wife
he is married to his beautiful wife Tiffany Keefe who once served as a news writer at CBS news. They are endowed with a male child called Ian.
Brendan Keefe Education
He got his high school diploma from North Haven High School. He graduated with a bachelor of arts in English in 1990 from Kenyon College.
Brendan Keefe Salary
He earns an average salary of $66,271 per year this is according to 11Alive investigative reporters’ salaries.
Brendan Keefe’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $697,191 with his journalism career being the primary source of his wealth.
Brendan Keefe Career
Brendan currently works for The Reveal on 11Alive as a chief investigative reporter. He has received several awards because of his astonishing investigations, these awards include five National Edward R. Murrow Awards, the Scripps Howard Award, TEGNA’s Pinnacle Award, Peabody, DuPont-Columbia, the IRE Award (Investigative Reporters & Editors), the Hillman Prize, the Gannett Al Neuharth Award as well as the American Legion’s Fourth Estate Award.
He was named by The Georgia Association of Broadcasters as the Best Large Market TV Reporter (2017 and 2020) a title he once held in Ohio when he was named the best photographer by the Ohio AP in 2012. He has won 105 emmys for his reporting throughout his career.
He has worked for five years at Houston’s KPRC and another five at WCBS in New York City as an anchor and reporter. During the Iraq war, he was embedded with the US Army as a war correspondent and completed several reporting tours in the Middle East
Additionally, he works as chief investigator and co-anchor of The Reveal. He primarily serves alone as his own researcher, producer, video editor, and photographer.TEGNA Media tapped him as its lead multi-skilled journalist when he trained at the company’s over 60 television stations training MSJs.He also teaches power reporting at Poynter Institute as a visiting faculty.