David Shuster Biography
David Shuster is an American doyen journalist currently serving at The Young Turks as the anchor and host. Prior to joining the Young Turks in July 2021, he was serving at Quick Hits in New York as an on-air contributor. Before, David worked as an anchor and managing editor for Al Jazeera America.
David Shuster Age
David Shuster was born on 27th July 1967, in Bloomington, Indiana, in the United States. He is 54 years old.
David Shuster Height
David is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75m ).
David Shuster Family
David Shuster was born to his father Arnold Shuster, and his mother Susan Klein in Bloomington, Indiana, in the United States. He has one sibling named Jonathan.
David Shuster Education
He graduated from Bloomington High School South in 1995. Later on, he attended the University of Michigan where he attained a bachelor of arts in Political Science in the year 1989. He later furthered his education and joined Georgetown University where he graduated with a Masters’s degree in Public Policy.
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David Shuster’s Net Worth
David Shuster has amassed a lot of wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
David Shuster Career
As of now, he works for The Young Turks as the anchor and host. Prior to joining the Young Turks in July 2021, he was serving at Quick Hits in New York as an on-air contributor. Before, David worked as an anchor and managing editor for Al Jazeera America.
David worked for MSNBC as the lead breaking news anchor before he was suspended for an indefinite period. While there, he provided coverage for the death of Michael Jackson and Hurricane Katrina and also interviewed former President Jimmy Carter and Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn.
Furthermore, David also traveled to Qatar to cover USA Central Command during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Before serving at MSNBC, he was the Washington D.C. correspondent for Fox News from 1996 to 2002 where he covered the Starr Report, the 9/11 attacks, the Senate impeachment trial, and the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
He debuted his journalism career at CNN based in Washington where he served as an assignment editor and field producer. Nevertheless, David left CNN and joined KATV in Arkansas where she served as a political reporter and provided coverage for the Whitewater scandal.