Charlie D’Agata Biography
Charlie D’Agata is an American journalist and CBS News international reporter stationed in London. He joined CBS News in 2011 and currently covers all CBS News broadcasts, including CBS This Morning and CBS Evening News. Charlie was the first American journalist to arrive in Baghdad 10 months before the United States-led invasion of Iraq in 2003. He formerly worked as a correspondent for APTN in London.
How old is Charlie D’Agata? – Age
He was born in the United States, in the town of Lawrence, Massachusetts. His exact age is unknown.
Where did Charlie D’Agata go to school? – Education
Charlie earned a B.A. in journalism from Colorado State University.
Charlie D’Agata – Family
Despite the fact that he is a public person owing to the nature of his work, he has not revealed the name of his parents or whether he has any siblings.
Charlie D’Agata Wife
He is a married man who lives in London with his wife. Charlie and his wife have three kids, whom they are very proud of. He has kept his wife’s identity and the names of his daughters private.
What is D’Agata’s Salary?
He earns an estimated salary of $250,000 per year.
D’Agata Net Worth
Charlie’s net worth is $10 million.
Charlie D’Agata Career
He is a CBS News journalist and international reporter stationed in London. Charlie joined CBS News in 2011 and is responsible for covering all CBS News broadcasts, including CBS This Morning and CBS Evening News. Since the 9/11 terror attack, he has reported on significant conflicts all around the world, and he has also headed a team that has covered the migrant crisis.
Charlie and his colleagues were among the first Western journalists to arrive in eastern Mosul to report on the war against ISIS, as well as the first to report from Benghazi, Libya, after Islamist terrorists attacked the US consulate, killing four people, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens. He has also reported on natural disasters such as earthquakes in Italy and Japan, as well as the Asian Tsunami. Charle has also covered the death of Pope John II and his replacement by Pope Benedict, the Royal Wedding of William and Catherine, Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee, many terror incidents in Europe, and the instability of the Arab Spring.
In 2013, he received the Overseas Press Club Award. His contributions have helped CBS News win several Edward R. Murrow awards. His reporting from Cairo helped CBS News earn the Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award in 2017 as well as the Sigma Delta Chi Award.