Nick Watt Biography
Nick Watt works in Los Angeles as a national correspondent for CNN and for CNN International as an anchor. He started working here in March 2018. Previously, he worked for more than 20 years in Los Angeles as a correspondent for ABS. His career journey started in New York where he worked for the Southampton Press newspaper as a reporter.
Nick Watt Age
As of now clear information regarding his age has not been known and will be updated as soon as available.
Nick Watt Height
Watt is 5 feet 9 inches / 1.7 m tall.
Nick Watt Education
Watt graduated from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland earned a master’s degree in Modern History.
Nick Watt Family
Currently, there has not been information regarding his family and siblings this information will soon be updated.
Nick Watt Wife
Watt is a married man to his wife who was born in South Africa. The family lives in Santa Monica. But he hasn’t mentioned his wife’s name, this information will be updated as soon as available.
Nick Watt Salary
Watt annually earns a salary ranging between $70,000 – 250,000. This is according to CNN salaries to reporters.
Nick Watt Net Worth
Watts’s estimated net worth ranges between $750,000 – 2 Million.
Nick Watt Career
Nick Watt works in Los Angeles as a national correspondent for CNN and for CNN International as an anchor. He joined the TV network in March 2018. Previously, Watt worked for more than 20 years as a correspondent for ABS in Los Angeles.
Prior to getting to Los Angeles, he worked in London for ABC and reported from Iraq and Afghanistan, his efforts have been recognized through getting awarded the Emmy awards twice; first, for his work in Darfur, Sudan as a producer, and the second for his reports in 2004 from Fallujah, Iraq. His career journey started in New York with him working for the Southampton Press newspaper as a reporter.
He joined ABC News in Los Angeles as a desk assistant then rose to a producer, in November 1997 for 20 years five months from November 1997 – March 2018 he worked for the TV network, and he covered entertainment and news for all ABC News programs during his time at ABC.
He has traveled across the Middle East reporting from Afghanistan, after the September 11 attacks, covering stories in Iraq before and reporting about the civil war in Liberia after the 2003 invasion, and later moved to Beslan, Russa in the course of the school siege this was during his time at ABC News in London
Watt first filed as a correspondent in Fallujah, when he was among a two-man team embedded with a Marine foot soldiers unit throughout the assault in the place.