|Full Name||Jeff Rossen|
|Birth City||Hauppauge, New York|
|Birth Country||United States|
|No Of Children||3 - Skye Rossen, Sloane Rosse (born in 2010), Blake Hunter Rossen (born in 2011)|
|Awards||U.S. Department of Justice - award for coverage of crime victims,Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Morning Program – TODAY Show,Outstanding Media Award by Operation Lifesaver for rail safety,Peabody Award and Edward R. Murrow Award for coverage of 9/11,Emmy Award for Deadline News Writing|
|Filmography||Sharknado 5: Global Swarming (2017),NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt (1970),VH1 News Presents: Charlie Sheen - Winning... or Losing It? (2011)|
|Education||Syracuse University 's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications - Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism|
|Date of Birth||November 13,1976|
|Married Date||July 15,2001|
American journalist, Jeff Rossen is best known for his outspoken personality who's widely famous for his reporting work, also known as "Rossen Reports" on The Today Show. He is the key contributor to NBC's news programs like NBC Nightly News and Dateline NBC. For his notable work, he received a Daytime Emmy Award, and Emmy Award for Deadline News Writing.
Rossen was born on 13th November 1976, in Hauppauge, New York, United States. Born into a Jewish family, he belongs to white ethnicity/race. Aside from this, he is a married man. If you love to know more about Rossen's personal life, read the article to the end.
American journalist, Jeff Rossen is enjoying cheerful marital moments with Danielle Baum. Moreover, his wife is also an award winning journalist. At present, she is serving as vice president and executive producer of original programming for Disney ABC Television Group.
The two walked down the aisle on 15th July 2001, in Los Angeles, California. During their wedding ceremony, the bridegroom invited more than 53 guests, including their friends and family relatives. The couple captured a beautiful wedding moment through a wedding photographer, Juli Armitage, who charged $4,000 for the pictures.
The married pair are blessed with three beautiful kids, first child is named as Skye Rossen. Jeff's wife also shared a picture of her elder daughter, Skye while she was eating a Shock Ice Cream at the 2nd Carnival festival on 27th April 2019.
The couple gave birth to their second daughter, Sloane Rossen, on 4th February 2010. Moreover, Sloane also appeared many times in Jeff's reports on kids as a child model. Whereas their third lovely son, Blake Hunter Rossen, was born on 15th December 2011, who's now nine years old.
The perfect soulmates met for the first time on the talk-show, The Talk Show, while Danielle was serving as the senior producer of What Would You Do? and Jeff was reporting as an investigative reporter in 1999.
The pair shortly became friends and further got into a blissful love bond. After dating for over a year, Jeff gave her a mesmerizing proposal, and fortunately, Baum said yes to him and further tied their knot.
The 43-year-old journalist, Rossen has a total fortune of $2 Million as of 2019. With the help of his fruitful income from his profession, he garnered such wealth. According to PayScale, the average salary of a journalist in the United States is $67,961. So, he is probably getting paid accordingly.
Jeff also made his appearance in the crime drama-documentary, Bowling for Columbine alongside Michael Moore, Charlton Heston, and Marilyn Manson, among others in 2002. The movie was a great hit, which gained 7.9 out of 10 stars from 136,061 raters.
Jeff and his family members welcomed a new member in their home, which is a cute pet dog, Nugget. Moreover, Nugget is of Bichon Frise breed and currently 3 to 4 month old.
Jeff and his wife, Danielle loves to share their dog's photos on Instagram. As of now, the price of a Bichon Frise dog ranges from $250 to $2,500. Similarly, the pups of an adult Bichon Frises costs $1,500 and more higher in price.
The Baum's family lives an affluent life in a fully-designated home located in East Quogue, a census-designated place in Long Island, New York, in 2017. Jeff and his wife bought it at the price of $1,560,000.
Their house consists of six bedrooms, seven bathrooms on 2,873 square feet. It also features a big dining hall, a flourished kitchen, and three fireplaces and an in-ground swimming pool.
As an author, Jeff co-wrote a book, The Woman Who Lost Her Face: How Charla Nash Survived the World's Most Infamous Chimpanzee Attack with Meredith Vieira. In this book, he expresses viciously attacked by a chimpanzee in 2009, which rated four and a half stars out of five from 231 ratings.
Rossen also wrote a book, Rossen, to the Rescue: Secrets to Avoiding Scams, Everyday Dangers, and Major Catastrophes on 10th October 2017. In the book, he shows his reporting work while solving the most harrowing problems.
Jeff's book gained four and a half out of five stars from 64 ratings from the readers. As of now, it is listed at the price of $12.97, including 86 used ($1.07), 32 new ($1.15), and 1 collectible ($10.75). Likewise, you can also buy it for $11.99 in Kindle edition.
Jeff Rossen started his career as a news reporter for the local affiliated news channels, WFXV / WUTR / WPNY of Fox / ABC / MYTV situated in Utica, New York, in 1995. He then reported for the US's largest owned-and-operated channel, Fox Television Stations at WJBK network, from 1998 to 2001.
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Rossen got his life-turning opportunity to work as a news anchor for the broadcasting media entertainment, Walt Disney Television at WABC-TV network. Currently, he is working as a national investigative correspondent and host of "Rossen Reports" at the NBC News subsidiaries.
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