Carl Higbie Biography
Carl Higbie is a popular American political activist, author, and former U.S. Navy SEAL, currently working as a Host of Saturday Report for Newsmax Media. Before, he was working for America First as the Director of Advocacy.
Carl Higbie Age
He was born on 23rd April 1983, in Greenwich, Connecticut, in the United States of America. He is 39 years old.
Carl Higbie Height
Carl is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (Approx 1.88m).
Carl Higbie Family
Carl Higbie was born in Greenwich, Connecticut, in the United States. Despite being a well-known journalist, Carl has been secretive about his private information hence he has not revealed anything concerning the identity of his parents or if he has any siblings.
Carl Higbie Education
Carl Higbie Wife
As of now, Carl is married to his beautiful wife with whose identity is not mentioned. Carl and his wife share a son named, Ben. Nevertheless, Carl was formerly married to his ex-wife named Caitlyn with whom he tied the knot on July 5, 2008, in New Rochelle, New York at Beckwith Pointe. Unfortunately, the pair divorced in 2016.
Carl Higbie Salary
He pockets a decent salary of $100,000 annually. This is according to Newsmax hosts’ salaries.
Carl Higbie’s Net Worth
Carl Higbie has stockpiled a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth ranging from $1 million to $5 million.
Carl Higbie Career
As of now, Carl is serving as a host of Newsmax’s Saturday report. Prior to joining Newsmax, he was working as the Director of Advocacy for America First. Before joining America First Policies, he was working for Corporation for National and Community Service as the chief of external affairs. Moreover, Carl was deployed to Iraq twice during Presidents George Bush and Obama has worked in the U.S. Navy from 2005 to 2012.
He is a Greenwich, Connecticut, United States native. Moreover, he was running to be a Republican Party nominee to challenge Democrat Jim Himes in Connecticut in 2014. Nevertheless, Debicella defeated him for the nomination with at least 195 support out of 210 delegates.