What is anchor Alex Witt's net worth? Know more about the anchor's career and income, here
Alex Witt is a well-known television news anchor based in Pasadena, California. She hosts the television news programs MSNBC Live and Morning Joe First Look on MSNBC.
Alex Witt’s controversies, net worth and annual salary
Alex Witt's rumored net worth is around $2 million. However, no genuine sources have talked about net worth yet. The weekend anchor for MSNBC is being charged by her best friend for failing to repay a $65,000 loan.
Stephanie Jones accused Alex of having enough dough to take a trip to Barcelona with her daughter driving a Porsche 911, but not paying back to her dear friend.
Witt agreed to pay Stephanie $500 a month but has done so rarely. Stephanie filed the case on March 10, 2011, at Manhattan Supreme Court. MSNBC host, Alex Witt took a $200,000 contract from MSNBC in the fall.
Alex Witt and husband Bill Sorensen
Alex Witt talked to Stephanie that her TV-producer husband, Bill Sorensen, was out of work. She was waiting for a new contract from MSNBC. A successful Manhattan Lawyer, Stephanie wrote her a check for $65,000 at 7.5 percent interest.
Alex Witt loves the poolside cabanas at Shutters on the Beach
In a Leisure, Witt prefers to visit the poolside cabanas at Shutters on the Beach. She often gets an ice-blended mocha and a jalapeño bagel from Coffee Bean & Tea in Larchmont Village.
Alex Witt' illustrious broadcasting career
Alex is also a member of the National Society of Washington Family Descendants. Alex Witt worked as a field producer for the Today Show in Burbank, California. Alex hosts the television news programs MSNBC Live alongside Hugh Hewitt.
In the year 1999, Alex hosted across both dayside and primetime platforms. She reported from the field during Presidential election seasons and overseas.
She joined KCBS-TV, KNBC-TV, and KABC-TV located in communities next to Los Angeles. She worked at KCBA from 1990 to 1992 and WNYW-TV from 1996 to 1998.
Alex Witt at NBC Nightly News
Alex Witt, 55, contributed to “NBC Nightly News” “Making a Difference” series and “Today.” She has continued to follow the war on terrorism in the Middle East including the War in Iraq.