Jim Moret Biography
Jim Moret is an American journalist currently serving as the chief correspondent for Inside Edition hosted by Deborah Norville. For more than two decades he has reported on entertainment news and traditional hard news stories.
Jim Moret Age
Jim Moret was born in Los Angeles County, California, in the USA on 3rd December 1956. He is 65 years old as of 2021.
Jim Moret Height
Jim Moret is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Jim Moret Family
Jim Moret was born in Los Angeles County, California, in the USA on 3rd December 1956, to his parents. He is the son of Gloria Terlitsky and James Darren, who is a director, singer, and Tv & film actor, and he was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the U.S. on June 8, 1936. His parents married in 1955 but parted ways in 1959.
Jim Moret Wife
Jim Moret is happily married to his lovely wife Keri Moret and they are blessed with three gorgeous children.
Jim Moret Education
He attended the University of California, Los Angeles where he graduated and attained his degree in Communication Studies. At the age of 25, Jim got a J.D in 1981 from Southwestern Law School.
Jim Moret Salary
Jim Moret pockets an average salary of $67,994 per year. This is in accordance with The Inside Edition correspondents’ salaries.
Jim Moret Net Worth
Jim Moret has an estimated net worth of $ 2million.
Jim Moret Career
Jim Moret is currently serving as the chief correspondent for Inside Edition hosted by Deborah Norville. For more than two decades he has reported on entertainment news and traditional hard news stories. Besides that, Jim also works as a regular guest contributor, legal analyst, and guest-host on MSNBC, Court TV, Fox News Channel, HLN, and CNN.
Before joining Inside Edition, he was popularly known for his anchoring role in CNN’s coverage of the O. J. Simpson criminal trial in 1995. Jim also served as a guest anchor on Fox 5’s Good Day New York and on the KTLA Morning News in Los Angeles. Moret did his first on-air reporting in Los Angeles, at KABC-TV. After delivering the UCLA Department of Communication Studies’ Commencement Address, in 2004, Jim Moret got to serve as a Visiting Professor.