David Faber is a proficient and Award-winning American financial journalist and market news specialist. David Faber is a most competent and steadfast news journalist for CNBC accountable for co-presenting the channel morning business show ‘Squawk on the Street’ alongside Jim Cramer and Carl Quintanilla.
- Birthday: March 10, 1964 (Age 54)
- Ethnicity: English, Swiss-German, Polish Jew
- Nationality: American
- Profession: Business journalist
David Faber Family: Wife, Children
David is married to Moneyline News Hour executive producer Jenny Harris for over 18 years. Despite being married for such long years, the couple doesn’t have a child yet they are relishing a blissful marital life together.
David, a financial journalist for CNBC is the son of Norman L. Faber, a lawyer and businesswoman Belle B. Faber. He is of Swiss-German and English lineage from his paternal side whereas his maternal ancestry is of Polish Jew.
- Parents: Belle B. Faber and Norman L. Faber
- Wife: Jenny Harris
- Children: N/A
- Marital Status: Married
His mom holds a prestigious designation of an associative director at the American Jewish Congress. With both the parents having a sorted profession, he was also stimulated and inspired to have a staunch professional career just like his mom and dad.
To forge a career path, he attended Tufts University and earned cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. Instantly after graduating from the college, he pursued a career in the broadcasting industry.
While working as a financial news reporter in the industry, David met fellow business journalist and television producer Jenny Harris and at the first sight got love-struck with her. An alumna of Cornell University and executive producer of Moneyline News Hour, Jenny too fell in love with him after which the two got married in a lavish ceremony in New York.
The ceremony was attended was attended by some big and well-renowned celebrities including Rabbi Judith Lewis who performed at the event.
Now it has been almost 2 decades for their marriage but the couple still appears to be all loved-up and adorable. Despite no children to share, the two still cherishes a vigorous and amicable relationship.
David Faber Height, Weight and Body Measurements
When David appears on the television, one can barely take her eye off from this jaunty business guy. With a soaring stature of 5 feet 10 inches and athletic, he make to happening and hot financial journalist ever
Reckoned as one of the sexiest business journalists, David fairly deserves the title for all obvious reasons. Though not as stylish and glamorous as any other contemporary journalists, he still manages to appear effortlessly suave and eye-catching.
- Height: 5 feet 10 inches (155 cm)
- Body Measurements: N/A
- Plastic Surgery: N/A
- Weight: 75 kg (165 lbs)
The talent of David comes with dashing looks and scintillating appearance that makes him better and distinctive than the rest of others. With a neat hairdo, clean shave looks and sweet smile, he looks way more than just handsome.
Always put together with sleek suits and a matching tie to go for, the television anchor looks pretty debonair. His trademark sophisticated looks have always matched his smart persona making him more dashing than others.
Usually busy in his work, David however, spends his break hanging and chatting with work-mates and colleagues. In his downtime, the television journalist also spends his time with gorgeous wife Jenny.
David Faber Professional Career: CNBC’s Squawk on the Street
David scored national fame with his exclusive reports on business documentaries of leading multinational companies. Following the growing fame of the show, he bagged a role of co-anchor in ‘Squawk on the Street’.
- After serving the monthly business magazine ‘Institutional Investor’ for seven long years, David joined the CNBC cast
- Since landing the role in the channel, he reported on several documentaries on leading multinational corporations and business including eBay and Wal-Mart and was named ‘The Brain’ by his co-mates at CNBC
- His present television credits include ‘Squawk on the Street’ for which he is co-host as well as presents monthly news show ‘Business Nation’ on the network that premiered on the network
- For his remarkable contribution in Broadcast Journalism and report on The Age of Walmart scored the Squawk on the Street anchor Peabody Award and an Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award
- Besides television, he also works as an author and has published three books to the date including ‘The Faber Report’ and ‘House of Cards: The Origins of the Collapse’
David Faber Salary and Net Worth
David has an estimated net worth of $40 million while no information is to be discovered regarding his annual salary.
With huge business shows like ‘Squawk on the Street’ under the belt, he is escalating his massive fortune at a great pace.
Besides television credence and business show, David is a New York Times best-selling author with already three books in the market. With pretty impressive television career, it’s a bonus for the CNBC anchor as he amassed a hefty amount through the book sales.
- Net Worth: $40 million
- Salary: N/A