Nick Watt (CNN) Bio, Age, Wife, Kids, ABC News, CNN, Salary, Awards, Twitter
Nick Watt Biography
A native of Paisley, Scotland, Nick Watt is a Los Angeles, California based reporter for CNN and an anchor on CNN International.
Watt also voices Zito The Elephant in The Lion Guard. He was a travel show host for a season of Watts World on the Travel Channel.
H graduated from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland with a Master’s degree in Modern History with a focus on post-war U.S. foreign policy.
Nick Watt CNN
Watt works as a CNN national correspondent based in Los Angeles and an anchor on CNN International. Some of his work at CNN include an investigation of horse deaths on Californian race tracks, the Trump administration’s battles with the Golden State, wildfires as well as border issues.
He has also covered the Oscars, Golden Globes, and Emmy awards. Before moving to Los Angeles in 2012, Watt was based in London. He has also reported extensively from Afghanistan and Iraq.
Nick Watt ABC News
Watt has worked for ABC News for 20 years as a news program producer and correspondent. He was also a travel show host for a season of Watts World on the Travel Channel.
From 1997, Watt served at ABC’s London bureau as a desk assistant as well as a tape librarian. He spent 15 years there covering news in Iraq, Afghanistan, Russia, Liberia, and the Middle East.
Later in 2012, Watt moved to Los Angeles with ABC News to cover the entertainment industry. He was also a correspondent on Good Morning America and Nightline.
Nick Watt Age
Watt is yet to reveal his date and year of birth. His age is therefore unknown.
Nick Watt Wife and Children
Watt is a married man. However, he loves keeping his personal life private and as a result, not much information is available about his wife except that she was born in South Africa. We will provide more information about the wife as soon as it is available. The couple and their children reside in Santa Monica.
Nick Watt Salary and Net Worth
It is not yet known how much Watt earns as a CNN correspondent as well as a an anchor. His net worth is under review.
Nick Watt Awards
Watt has won two Emmy Awards. One award for his reporting from Fallujah, Iraq in 2004, and the other as a producer for work in Darfur, Sudan.
Nick Watt Twitter