Brian Shactman is an American journalist and sports news anchor. Moreover, he is currently working at CNBC and MSNBC. Besides, Brian also worked as a journalist at ESPNEWS, SportsCenter and ESPN Radio. Back in 2007, he joined CNBC as a general assignment reporter and substitute anchor for CNBC's Business Day program. Apart, he began hosting Way Too Early show on MSNBC from May 2013.
The CNBC and MSNBC journalist, Brian Shactman was born as Brian A. Shactman in Swampscott, Massachusetts, United States of America. However, his date of birth is still missing. Further, he is the son of Nancy Shactman and David Shactam. Brian attended Phillips Exeter Academy and completed a bachelor's degree in arts with English and History from Amherst College in 1994. Later, he went for a Master of Arts degree in English from Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Who Is The Wife Of Brian Shactman? Does he have children?
Well, Brian is a married man and living a blissful married life. He is married to his long time girlfriend turned wife, Jessica Matzkin Shactman. The couple is enjoying each other's company since their wedding day. Besides, the duo shares a strong bond and understanding between them.
So, there is no sign of their divorce and separation till now. Apart, he loves to keep his personal life away from the media and the public. On the other hand, they might be parenthood of three lovely children from their married life.
As he shares the beautiful picture of him and his children in his social media account. Moreover, he and his wife, Jessica is busy taking on their children's physical and psychological development. Additionally, he is living a happy married life with his wife and three children.
Net Worth & Earning in 2020
The hardworking and talented reporter, Brian has collected a decent amount of money from his career. Furthermore, the estimated net worth of Shactman is around $1 million which is similar to Mike Seidel and Tony Perkins.
On the other hand, the average salary of a news anchor ranges from $61159 per year in the United States. Apart, he has also worked as an ESPNews and SportsCenter anchor which might help him to earn some extra money. As of now, he is living a happy and wealthy life with his family.
Career As Journalist
Looking after his professional life, he began his career as a journalist for ESPN by working at ESPNEWS, SportsCenter as well as in ESPN Radio. Later in 2002, he joined Hartford NBC-affiliate WVIT. Brian joined CNBC in June 2007 as a general assignment reporter and substitute anchor for CNBC's Business Day program.
While working in CNBC, he also co-anchor on Worldwide Exchange with CNBC Europe's Ross Westgate in London and CNBC Asia's Christine Tan in Singapore. Moreover, he started hosting Way Too Early on MSNBC since 2013. Apart, he was horned with three regional Emmy Awards nomination in 2002 for his sports anchoring and reporting.
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