Chris Hayes Biography
Chris Hayes is a journalist who works for MSNBC as host of the All In with Chris Hayes, a weekday news and opinion television show and also at large of The Nation magazine he’s an editor.
Chris Hayes Age
Chris Hayes was born on February 28, 1979. As of 2021, she is 42 years old.
Chris Hayes Height
Chris is 6f/1.84 m tall.
Chris Hayes Education
Hayes completed his high school course at New York City’s Hunter College High School then went to Brown University, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy.
Chris Hayes Family
Chris hasn’t shared out information on his parents and siblings, research is ongoing and this information will be updated soon.
Chris Hayes Wife
Hayes is a married man to Kate Shaw, an associate professor of law at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Together they have three kids. More details on this will be updated soon.
Chris Hayes Kids
Chris and Kate, have three kids, a boy born in March 2014, called David Emanuel Shaw-Hayes, girls; Anya Shaw Hayes born Jan 2018 and Ryan Elizabeth Shaw-Hayes born in November 2011. Will update more information on this.
Chris Hayes Salary
Chris annually receives a salary of $1 Million Dollars. This is according to MSNBC anchors/reporter’s salaries.
Chris Hayes Net Worth
Chris’s estimated net worth is $5 Million.
Chris Hayes Career
Chris filled in for Maddow she was traveling to Afghanistan, In July 2010, on The Rachel Maddow Show, he frequently filled in for her when she was absent. Also, she hosted other MSNBC shows such as The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell, Countdown With Keith Olbermann, and The Ed Show.
It was announced on November 5, 2010, by MSNBC, that Chris would be filling in for Keith Olbermann during Olbermann’s suspension but later after the network research on the story, they found out that Chris had made political contributions on the issue over which Olbermann was being suspended. Chris owes his appreciation for becoming a host at MSNBC to Maddow.
It got announced by MSNBC on August 1, 2011, that Chris would be hosting a two-hour morning show on Saturdays and Sundays, His first broadcast on MSNBC was on September 17, 2011, he had conducted a live interview with former speaker and current House minority leader Nancy Pelosi.
After Chris was to take over the time slot formerly hosted by Ed Schultz, who would shift to the weekends, this was announced by MSNBC, on March 14, 2013. He was at a young age and this made him the youngest host of a prime-time show on any of the country’s major cable news channels.