Jonathan Karl ABC, Biography and Wiki
Jonathan D. Karl is a well-known American author and political journalist. He is the Chief Washington Correspondent for ABC News and the author of “Front Row at the Trump Show”, and “Betrayal: The Final Act of the Trump Show”.
Karl began his career as a reporter in 1994 at the New York Post. In 1996 he joined CNN and later became the network’s Congressional Correspondent. In January 2003, he joined ABC News as the Senior Foreign Affairs Correspondent covering State Department. He also covered national political news and in December 2005, he became the Senior National Security Correspondent.
In December 2012, he was named Chief White House Correspondent for ABC News and held that position till January 2021. Currently, he is the ABC News Chief Washington correspondent and co-anchor of This Week with George Stephanopoulos.
Jonathan Karl’s Age and Birthday
Karl was born on January 19, 1968, in the United States of America. He is 54 years old and will turn 55 on January 19, 2023.
Jonothan Karl Height and Weight
Jonathan Karl stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches and weighs a moderate weight.
Jonathan Karl Family
Karl was born on January 19, 1968, to Audrey Shaff, his mother. He also has a brother Allan Karl.
Jonathan Karl Education
After graduating from high school, Karl attended Vassar College and graduated in 1990.
Jonathan Karl Wife and Daughters
Karl is happily married to his lovely wife, Maria Karl and they are blessed with two daughters, Emily and Anna Karl.
Jonathan Karl’s Net Worth
Jonathan Karl, an American political journalist, and author has an estimated net worth of 2 million USD.
Jonathan Karl Books
Karl is the author of the following books;
- The Right to Bera Arms; The Rise of America’s New Militias was published in 1995.
- Front Row at the Trump Show (2020)
- Betrayal: The Final Act of the Trump Show (2021) of which both books are New York Times bestsellers.
Jonathan Karl Awards and Nominations
- National Press Foundation’s Everett McKinley Dirksen Award in 2001.
- An Emmy Award nomination in 2006 for his coverage of the genocide in Darfur, Sudan.
- An Emmy Award in 2009 for his coverage of the Presidential Inauguration of Barack Obama.
- He received two Joan Shorenstein Barone Awards for excellence in Washington, D.C.-based reporting in 2010 and 2015.
- The 2013 Walter Cronkite Award for National Individual Achievement.
- The Merriman Smith Memorial Award in 2021 for Excellence in Presidential News Coverage.