Brit Hume Bio

Relationship Statistics of Brit Hume

What is Brit Hume marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Married
When did Brit Hume get married ? (married date):, 1993
How many children does Brit Hume have ? (name):Three(Sandy Hume, Virginia Hume, Louis Hume)
Is Brit Hume gay ?: No
Who is Brit Hume wife ? (name):Kim Schiller

More about the relationship

Brit Hume has already divorced his first wife, Clare Jacobs Stoner. They have three children(Sandy Hume, Virginia Hume, Louis Hume). Sandy Hume has committed suicide in February 1998.

Moreover, Hume married Kim Schiller in 1993 and both are living happily till now.

Who is Brit Hume?

Brit Hume is a political commentator and American television journalist. He is popular for a 23-year career with ABC News. At there, he contributed to World News Tonight with Peter JenningsNightline, and This Week.   From 1989 to 1996, he served as ABC’s chief White House correspondent.

Brit Hume: Birth Fact, Family, Childhood

He was born on  June 22, 1943, as Alexander Britton Hume in Washington, District of Columbia, USA.

Hume is the son of George Graham Hume and Virginia Powell. His siblings are unknown.

From her early days, he has some interest in commentating.

Brit Hume: Education History

He educated from St. Albans School in Washington, D.C.

Furthermore, in 1965, he graduated from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia, with a Bachelor of Arts in English.

Brit Hume: Early Life Profession and Career

He started his career by working first for The Hartford Times newspaper company, and later for United Press International and the newspaper Baltimore Evening Sun. From 1970 to 1972, then he worked for syndicated columnist Jack Anderson. Hume became Washington editor of MORE magazine, a press criticism journal in 1973.

He began working with ABC news during as a consultant in 1973, and he was offered a job as a correspondent in 1976, covering the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate for 11 years.  Hume earned television’s first Academy Award nomination for his work for ABC’s Close-Up documentary program in 1976.  He became ABC’s chief White House correspondent in 1986, covering the administrations of Presidents Bush and Bill Clinton and working closely with ABC anchors Peter Jennings and Charlie Gibson.

He left ABC in 1996, for the fledgling Fox News Network for which his wife had recently become chief of the Washington bureau. It was announced that Hume would retire as anchor of Special Report at the end of the year in July 2008, but he would remain on Fox News in a different role.

He hosted his final episode as anchor of Special Report on December 23, 2008, announcing that Bret Baier, then the chief White House correspondent for Fox News, would be his replacement. In 2016, Hume’s first show as host of on the Record drew 2.4 million viewers.

Brit Hume: Lifetime achievement and awards

In 1991, he has received the Emmy Award for coverage of the Gulf War.

As well as, in 2003, he got Sol Taishoff Award for Excellence in Broadcast Journalism.

Brit Hume: Controversy and rumor

Hume generated some controversy on January 3, 2010, when on Fox News Sunday, he advised embattled golfer Tiger Woods to convert to Christianity to attempt to end his problems. His comments were made after the revelation of Woods’ habitual adultery and the resulting deterioration of his relationship with his family.

Brit Hume: Salary and Networth

He earns a $2000000 from his work.

His estimated net worth is more than $4 Million which he earns from his profession.

Brit Hume: Body measurement

He has an average body with brown hair and hazel eyes,

Moreover, he is 6 feet 4 inches tall with unknown body mass.

Brit Hume: Social media

He is active on Twitter with more than 959k followers, rather than Facebook and Instagram.

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Reference: (Wikipedia, IMDB)

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