Peter Alexander Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, MSNBC, NBC News, Net Worth, Salary

Peter Alexander Biography

Peter Alexander is an American anchor/reporter and correspondent working at NBC News. He serves as the White House correspondent for MSNBC. 

Peter Alexander Age

Alexander is 45 years as of 2021. He was born on July 29, 1976, in Oakland, California, United States. He celebrates his birthday on the 29th of July every year.

Peter Alexander Height

Alexander stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.9m) tall.

Peter Alexander Family

Alexander’s parents are divorced, and his father is known as David Alexander who happens to be an attorney, while his mother’s name is Terry Alexander. He has two younger twin siblings a brother known as Kevin Alexander and a sister called Rebecca Alexander who is a psychotherapist living in New York City. His siblings were born on February 4, 1979. He also has a half-sister from his father’s side who is known as Lauren

Peter Alexander Wife

Alexander is married to Alison Starling who happens to be an anchor at WJLA-TV Washington, D.C.’s ABC affiliate. Together the couple has been blessed with two daughters whose names he has not revealed as he likes to keep his personal life private. He resides in Washington D.C. together with his family.

Peter Alexander Net Worth

Alexander has an estimated net worth of $14 Million which he has earned through his career as an anchor and correspondent

Peter Alexander
Peter Alexander

Peter Alexander Salary

Alexander earns an annual salary of $1.5 Million.

Peter Alexander Career

Alexander serves at NBC News as a White House correspondent, appearing on MSNBC. He has held that position since December 2012. Furthermore, he has been working as co-anchor of “Today” on its Saturday editions since October 2018.

His reports appear across all other platforms of NBC News, including Dateline NBC,, and NBC Nightly News. His duties are also shared with Kristen Welker as the co-anchor of Weekend Today, the Saturday edition of Today, and as the network’s co-chief White House correspondent. He began working at NBC News in 2004.

He has covered numerous stories from the death of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan to 2005, Iraq’s historic election, and the tsunami in Indonesia since he joined NBC News in 2004. Furthermore, he has filed reports from Mexico, Laos, Israel,  Gaza Strip, the Galápagos Islands, and Afghanistan.

His work also includes reports on the deeply personal story of his sister, Rebecca who has Usher Syndrome, type III — a rare genetic disorder that is robbing her of her vision and her hearing, and environmental reporting from the Northwest Passage in the Arctic.

He has covered many breaking news events such as the Virginia Tech shooting and anchoring live coverage of the “Miracle on the Hudson.” Additionally, he reported on the international controversy surrounding WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange. He has also served as an NBC Sports host and covered both the  2010 Winter Olympics and the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in addition to his new responsibilities.

From 2012 to March 2014, he served as a White House correspondent. During this time, he covered the Presidency of Barack Obama and traveled across the world with him. Furthermore, he frequently reported from the White House as he is currently located in Washington D.C. When the federal and state governments were undertaking to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States on March 20, 2020, he attended a live White House briefing.

During the white house briefing, President Donald Trump stated that he had a good feeling and he was hopeful concerning the potential effectiveness against coronavirus of certain older drug therapies such as chloroquine that have been effective in other conditions.

Peter asked the president whether it was possible that his impulse to put a positive spin on things may be giving Americans a false sense of hope. His question was given response by President Donald Trump who stated that it was important to communicate hopeful therapies that are being investigated.

Previously, he filled in on the show for Craig Melvin, who left his role as a co-anchor of the Saturday morning version of Today to join the weekday edition and continue his hosting duties on MSNBC Live With Craig Melvin. Moreover, he will still continue with his role as the White House correspondent.

For his participation in the NBC News Special Report: The Death of Pope John Paul II (2005) news documentary, he was nominated for the Outstanding Live Coverage of a Breaking News Story – Long Form News & Documentary Emmy Award.

Peter Alexander MSNBC

Alexander is working at MSNBC where he works alongside other famous MSNBC anchors and reporters including;

  1. Lawrence O’Donnell
  2. Kelly O’Donnell
  3. Kristen Welker
  4. Kasie Hunt
  5. Monica Alba
  6. Carol Lee
  7. Garret Haake
  8. Savannah Guthrie
  9. Marrianna Sotomayor
  10. Mike Memoli
  11. Steve Patterson
  12. Morgan Radford
  13. Lester Holt
  14. Geoff Bennett
  15. Steve Schmidt
  16. Richard Lui
  17. Cynthia McFadden
  18. Ali Velshi
  19. Kate Snow
  20. Jacob Soboroff
  21. Heldi Przybyla
  22. Josh Lederman
  23. Leigh Ann Caldwell
  24. Tamron Hall
  25. Jason Johnson
  26. Eugene Robinson
  27. Nicolle Wallace
  28. Chuck Todd
  29. Steve Kornack
  30. Rachel Maddow
  31. Yasmin Vossoughian
  32. Joshua Johnson
  33. Lindsey Reiser
  34. Alicia Menendez
  35. Chris Jansing
  36. Savannah Sellers
  37. Brian Williams
  38. Alex Witt
  39. Cori Coffin
  40. Kendis Gibson
  41. Ayman Mohyeldin
  42. Katy Tur
  43. Andrea Mitchell
  44. Craig Melvin
  45. Hallie Jackson
  46. Stephanie Ruhle

Peter Alexander Social Media Platforms

Alexander is active on his social media accounts and is often seen posting on his Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. He has over 500k followers on Twitter, over 57k followers on Instagram, and over 27k followers on Facebook.

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