Dave Marash Biography
Dave Marash is an American television journalist who has worked for ABC News and Al Jazeera English. Dave Marash is a well-known Celebrity. He is also one of the few celebs featured on HowRichCelebs.
How old is Dave Marash? – Age
Marash was born as David Marash on 3 May 1942 in the United States. He is 72 years as of 2021.
Where did Marash go to school? – Education
He is a Williams College graduate.
Dave Marash Wife – Family
Marash is married to his television producer wife, Kerry Smith-Marash. The couple has a son named Jack, as well as a Vietnamese foster son named Son Kim Nguyen.
What is Marash Salary?
His salary is undisclosed.
Marash Net Worth
Marash net worth is $1 million.
Dave Marash Career
Marash, a Williams College alumnus, presented Dave Marash On Call, a nightly talk show on WCTC-AM (1450) in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He’d previously served for WPIX as a correspondent. He served for WCBS News radio 88 and WNEW-FM in New York City, where he covered both news and sports. Thereafter, he worked for New York’s WCBS-TV. He was the anchor of ESPN’s Baseball Tonight and NBC’s Grandstand, which alternated between being an NFL pregame show and a sports anthology series based on the season.
He hosted the magazine-style science and technology show Beyond Tomorrow during the early years of the Fox television network. He then went on to work for ABC News. Prior to joining Al Jazeera English, he could be seen on Nightline. During the mid-1980s, he was an anchor at WNBC in New York and WRC-TV in Washington, D.C. He won Emmys for his coverage of the Oklahoma City bombing and the TWA Flight 800 explosion. One of the highlights of his tenure on Nightline was his May 2001 documentary about singer Eva Cassidy.
On the O’Reilly Factor on Fox News on February 14, 2011, Marash defended Al Jazeera English against Bill O’Reilly’s assertions that the channel was anti-American. In March 2014, he became the co-news director of KSFR-FM 101.1 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He’s been hosting the radio show and podcast Here & There since September 2014, a four-times-weekly series of 50-minute news interviews.
On Nightline, Marash has earned Emmys for his coverage of the Oklahoma City bombing and the TWA Flight 800 explosion.