Brianna Keilar Bio, Age, Husband, Family, CNN, Salary, Net Worth

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Biography

Brianna Keilar is a well known Australian- American journalist and the senior political correspondent and anchor for CNN in the Washington, D.C. bureau.

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Previously, Keilar worked as a White House correspondent. Keilar also worked for CNN in Washington as a Congressional correspondent and general assignment correspondent.

Age | Birthday

Brianna Keilar was born in Canberra, Australia on September 21, 1980.

Family

Keilar is a daughter to an Australian father, Glenn and an American mother, Miriam. In 1982, Keilar’s family moved to the United States and settled in Orange County, California.

Salary

Keilar receives an annual salary of $75,000.

Net Worth

Keilar has an estimated net worth of $3 million.

Husband

Keilar is married to her husband Fernando Lujan. Lujan is a director on the National Security Council at the White House.

The couple got engaged in July 2016 and got married in December 2016. Together they are parents of their child, Antonio born on June 8, 2018. Previously, Keilar was married to Dave French on May 2, 2009. They, however, divorced in 2011.

Education

Keilar went to Mission Viejo High School and graduated in 1998. During her senior year, she had been voted homecoming queen.

Later, she joined the University of California, Berkeley, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa in 2001 with dual bachelor’s degrees in Mass Communications and Psychology

CNN

Keilar joined CNN as a correspondent for CNN Newsource. She was a coverage provider of breaking news and reports from the nation’s capital for approximately 800 CNN Newsource partner stations.

Before joining CNN Keilar was working at CBS News as an anchor, reporter, and producer for a CBS newscast that aired on mtvU, MTV’s college network. Still, at CBS she worked as a fill-in anchor on CBS News’ overnight newscast.

Her on-air career started in Yakima, Washington at the CBS affiliate KIMA. At the station, she co-hosted the morning drivetime show, “Billy, Blue and Brianna, too: The Morning Zoo” on contemporary hits station, KFFM.