Geoff Bennett Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth NBC News

Geoff Bennett
Geoff Bennett

Geoff Bennett Biography

Geoff Bennett works as the White House Correspondent for NBC News based in Washington, District of Columbia. He began working here in November 2017. Bennett worked as the White House Reporter and Congressional Reporter at NPR previously.

He covered national politics for NY1 News in New York City as well as Capitol Hill. And more than a handful of other Time Warner-owned cable news stations all over the country prior. Bennett received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism.

And English Studies from Morehouse College also worked at The Maroon Tiger as an Editor-In-Chief.

Geoff Bennett Age

Bennett was born in Voorhees, New Jersey on April 25, 1980. He is 42 years old as of 2021.

Geoff Bennett Height

Bennett is 5 feet 8 inches/1.7 m.

Geoff Bennett Family

His parents are Gary George Bennett Sr. Who is a retired Army captain and Lynnca Robinson Bennett.

Geoff Bennett Wife

Geoff is a happily married man to Carolyn Elizabeth Perry. In July 2010, they exchanged vows on a Saturday at the Swan House, they’ve been together for more than ten years. Their wedding was led by Rev. Dr. Otis Moss Jr, a retired Baptist minister. Together they have a son and they live in northern Virginia.

Geoff Bennett Salary

Geoff annually earns a salary ranging between $33,774 – 112,519, according to NBC correspondents’ salaries.

Geoff Bennett Net Worth

Geoff has an estimated net worth of $300,000.

Geoff Bennett Career

Bennett works as the White House Correspondent for NBC News based in Washington, District of Columbia. He began working here in November 2017. Bennett worked as the White House Reporter and Congressional Reporter at NPR previously.

He covered national politics for NY1 News in New York City as well as Capitol Hill. And more than a handful of other Time Warner-owned cable news stations all over the country prior.  Bennett received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and English Studies from Morehouse College.

Also worked at The Maroon Tiger as an Editor-In-Chief. He also worked at NPR’s Weekend Edition. As an editor as well as at C-SPAN’s Washington Journals, live, three-hour news, and also public affairs program as a guest host.