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|Birth date:||May 3, 1975|
|Birth place:||Evanston, Illinois, United States|
|Height:||6 ft 3 in (1.93 m)|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Christina Geist (m. 2003)|
|Parents:||Jody Lewis Geist, Bill Geist|
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Willie Geist net worth and salary: Willie Geist is an American television personality with a net worth of $6 million dollars. He edited his school newspaper, The Vanderbilt Hustler, and then went on to a lifetime career as an editor and producer. He started his professional career in the late 90s, working as a producer/editor for CNN Sports Illustrated, a 24-hour sports channel that finally folded in 2002. He then went to work for “I, Max” with Max Kellerman on Fox Sports Net, before joining “The Situation with Tucker Carlson”, as Senior Producer in 2005. Willie started co-hosting MSNBC’s morning scheduling from 6 to 9 in 2007, and was subsequently given his own show, “Way Too Early with Willie Geist” in 2009. He recently became the cohost of the third hour of the “Today Show”, replacing Matt Lauer.
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Currently working as among the hosts ofMorning Joewhich is aired on MSNBC, Willie Geist is an American TV personality with an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2012. He is also known to be among the anchors ofToday Show.
William Russell Geist was born onMay 3, 1975 inEvanston,Illinois, United States. He was born to a social worker, and a columnist, author and news correspondent. After attendingRidgewood High School, he chose to take a degree atVanderbilt University. He is now married toChristina Sharkey with whom he has a son named George William and daughter Lucie Joy.
In April 2005, he started working forMSNBCtelevision asThe Situation with Tucker Carlson’s senior producer. Willie Geist has also hosted shows likeMorning Joe,Way Too Early with Willie Geist,Scarborough CountryandZeitgeist.
Willie Geist’s journalism profession started atCNN Sports Illustratedwhere he worked as producer and editor. Later on, he got to work forCNN Sports as a reporter and field producer. There, he was able to cover special events likeThe NCAAFinal Four,The MastersandThe Super Bowl.