Geoff Bennett Biography
A naive of Voorhees, New Jersey, the United States, Geoff Bennett is a famous American journalist presently operating at NBC as the White House correspondent. Formerly, before joining NBC, Bennett covered the White House for NPR for four months.
Geoff Bennett Age
Bennett is 42 years old as of 2022. He was born on April 25, 1980, in Voorhees, New Jersey, the United States. He celebrates his birthday on April 25 every year.
Geoff Bennett Height
Bennett stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.7 m) tall. His weight has not been publicly mentioned. We will update this section as soon as the information is available.
Geoff Bennett Education
Bennett attended Morehouse College where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Studies and Journalism. During his college time, he acted as the Editor-In-Chief of The Maroon Tiger.
Geoff Bennett Family
Bennett was born and raised in Voorhees, New Jersey, the United States to his parents, Lynnca Robinson Bennett and Gary George Bennett Sr. Geoff’s father was a retired Army captain and his grandfather and uncles were also signed in the US Army. He has an older brother named Gary. Gary is the vice-provost at Duke University of undergraduate education.
Geoff Bennett Wife
Bennett is happily married to his beloved wife, Carolyn Elizabeth Perry for more than a decade. The duo tied the knot in July 2010 on a Saturday at the Swan House, a historic home on the grounds of the Atlanta History Center. The wedding ceremony was conducted by a retired Baptist minister named Rev. Dr. Otis Moss Jr. They are blessed with a son named Jake Bennett.
Geoff Bennett Net Worth
Bennett has an estimated net worth of $1 to $5 Million.
Geoff Bennett Trump
On October 18, 2017, Bennet reported about Donald Trump supporting a bipartisan effort that would successfully reinforce the Affordable Care Act but at the same time distancing himself from it.
Geoff Bennett NBC Correspondent
Bennett is a White House journalist for NBC News. Earlier before joining NBC, he covered the White House for NPR. In his journalism career, he has also covered Capitol Hill and national politics for NY1 News in New York City and several stories for Time Warner-owned cable news stations across the country.
Also, he was an editor with NPR’s Weekend Edition and regularly guest hosts C-SPAN’s Washington Journal live, a three-hour news, and public affairs program.
Geoff Bennett PBS
Presently, Bennett acts as a commentator for PBS News Weekend and chief Washington correspondent for PBS NewsHour. He came to PBS from NBC News where he performed as a White House Correspondent and replace MSNBC anchor. Geoff worked at NBC from November 2017 when he joined the station until his departure in October 2021.