Andrea Mitchell Body Measurements
Andrea Mitchell Height,Weight and Body measurement
- Height in Feet 5 Feet 8 Inches
- Height in Meters 1.76784 Meter
- Weight in Kilograms 74KG
- Weight in Pounds: 163.14188 lbs
- Breasts-Waist-Hips in inches 30-26-34 Inches
- Breasts-Waist-Hips in CM 76-66-86 CM
|Andrea Mitchell Body Mass Index (BMI) is 24. This is considered as normal.|
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|Full Name||Andrea Mitchell|
|Date of birth||1946 , October, 30|
|Birth Place||New Rochelle ,New York ,United States|
|Residence||Washington D.C. ,United States|
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Who is Andrea Mitchell ? (Bio)
Andrea Mitchell is an American news anchor born on October 30, 1946, in New Rochelle, New York, USA, who works as an anchor, journalist, and commentator for NBC News. She is also the NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs and Chief Washington Correspondent. In 2019, she was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Emmy for her amazing journalistic work.
Andrea Mitchell is married to the former Chairman of the Federal Reserve of the U.S., Alan Greenspan. The couple tied their knots on April 6, 1997, after dating for 13 years. Previously, she was married to Gil Jackson from 1970 to 1975. However, being married twice, she does not have any children.
Andrea Mitchell's Body Measurements:
Andrea Mitchell has a beautiful pear figure with natural busts, a slim waist, and big hips. She wears a dress size of 4, a bra cup of 32B, and a shoe size of 8. She stands 5'8" tall and weighs 74 kg.
Andrea Mitchell Networth
Andrea Mitchell is a talented news anchor who has an estimated net worth of around $5 Million according to various sources. A big load of her money is generally made through her anchoring. Observing her success, it can be seen her net worth in the upcoming future is sure to take a huge rise. She earns approximately $750,000 every year as her annual salary.
Andrea Mitchell Education
Andrea Mitchell was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor's degree in Arts in English literature.
Andrea Mitchell Facts
- While in Pennsylvania, she worked as news director of student radio station WXPN.
- She rose to fame as the station's City Hall correspondent, while Mayor Frank Rizzo’s administration and even reported for sister station KYW-TV.
- She moved to CBS-affiliate WTOP in Washington, D.C., in 1976.
- In 1979, she was called the NBC News energy correspondent reporting on the late-1970s energy crisis and also the Three Mile Island nuclear accident.