John Gizzi Biography
John Gizzi is a popular American media personality currently working as the White House Correspondent as well as the chief political columnist at Newsmax Media since joining back in March of 2013. Before joining Newsmax Media, he worked as the political editor and White House correspondent at Human Events.
John Gizzi Age
He was born on 1st October 1955, in Newington, Connecticut, United States. He is 66 years old.
John Gizzi Height
John is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.73m).
John Gizzi Family
John Gizzi was born to his staunch mother Roslyn Guglielmetti Gizzi, and stalwart father Alessio Gizzi in Newington, Connecticut, in the United States of America. His mum worked as an executive secretary at Conn Acoustics prior to her retirement. Unfortunately, Roslyn died on 26th October 2014.
John Gizzi Education
John went to Newington High School based in Newington, Connecticut. He later attended Fairfield University where he attained his Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in Political Science in 1977.
John Gizzi Wife
He is happily married to his caring and dedicated wife called Collen House Gizzi. His wife worked as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives from 1974 to 1976. From 1983 to 1986, Collen also reprised the role. The pair exchanged their wedding vows in 2002.
John Gizzi Salary
He earns a decent salary of $88,003 annually. This is according to Newsmax chief political columnists’ salaries.
John Gizzi Net Worth
John has stockpiled a decent fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of around $1 million to $5 million.
John Gizzi Career
John moved to Newsmax Media in March of 2013. As of now, he works as the chief political columnist and the White House correspondent. Since back in the year 1979 John has been reporting on politics. He has been a fixture at White House press briefings since the year 2001.
Before joining Newsmax Media, John worked for thirty-three years at Human Events as the political editor and White House correspondent from August 1979 to February 2012. In 1994, John was the initial national political correspondent to predict the Republican takeover of the Senate and House.
John won the William A. Rusher Award because of his Excellence in Professional Journalism in 1999. The Conservative Political Action Conference named him the Journalist of the Year in the year 2002. Before, he worked as a clerk-typist at Travis County Tax Assessor’s Office.