Martin Savidge Biography
Martin Savidge is a famous American journalist currently working as a CNN correspondent and anchor-based at the world headquarters in Atlanta. Before, Martin served at NBC News as a special correspondent and news anchor. Furthermore, he has also worked for Worldfocus’s nightly news program as a special correspondent. Martin has worked alongside an NBC correspondent Kelly O’Donnell, as they reported for WJW, Cleveland. He joined CNN in January 2011.
Martin Savidge Age
Martin Savidge was born on 27th May 1958, in Lachine, Quebec Canada. He is 63 years old.
Martin Savidge Height
Martin is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.72 m).
Martin Savidge Family
Martin Savidge was born and brought up by his British parents in Canada. Later on, his family shifted to the United States and relocated to Rocky River, Ohio.
Martin Savidge Education
Martin attended and graduated from Rocky River High School in 1976. he later proceeded to Beck Centre for the Arts located in Lakewood, Ohio where he studied theater. Furthermore, Martin also graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Ohio University.
Martin Savidge Wife
Martin is married to his beloved wife called Bliss Savidge. After dating for quite some time the couple got wedded in November 1989. On November 25, 2017, the pair celebrated their 28th wedding anniversary. The pair is blessed with two children, a son called Stehl Savidge and a daughter known as Blis Savidge who has won an EMMY Award six times.
Martin Savidge Salary
He pockets a satisfactory salary of $91,213 per year. This is according to CNN correspondents’ salaries.
Martin Savidge Net Worth
Martin Savidge has stockpiled a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million to $5 million.
Martin Savidge Career
Martin kicked off his journalism career at WMBD-TV as a prime-time anchor as well as a stint at WCIA based in Champaign, Illinois. He later served as an intern at WKYC and reported to the Associated Press. He attained nine Emmy awards because of going to work at WJW as an unofficial international correspondent and local reporter in September of 1984. While there, he covered stories in Ukraine, Vietnam, and Russia.
He moved to CNN in 1996 as a field reporter but later worked as an anchor. Eventually, he got his big break as an anchor at NBC News in the year 2004. While at NBC News, Martin covered numerous vital stories, including Hurricane Katrina. In addition, NBC News promoted him to the position of a head correspondent.