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Contessa Brewer

Biography

Television journalist and anchor known for use MSNBC because the web host of Captured on Camcorder. She also proved helpful for NBC Information, where she offered as an anchor at WNBC. She went to Syracuse College or university, where she received a qualification in broadcast journalism through the SI Newhouse College of Public Marketing communications. She spent amount of time in the middle-2000s focusing on the radio present Imus each day, but still left after issues with web host Don Imus. She after that proved helpful for Verdict with Dan Abrams. She and her hubby had twin young boys in 2013. During the period of her profession, she’s interviewed different politicians, including Judd Gregg and Mo Brooks.

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Full Name Contessa Brewer
Date Of Birth March 16, 1974
Place Of Birth Parsonsfield, ME
Profession Journalist
Education Sacopee Valley High School, Syracuse University, S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
Nationality American
TV Shows MSNBC Live, Verdict with Dan Abrams, It's The Economy, Caught on Camera
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1The reporter made a major faux pas when she inadvertently address the Rev. Jesse Jackson as the Rev. Al Sharpton during a televised interview (MSNBC / 21 Oct. 2009).
2MSNBC anchor.


Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Young Turks2005TV Series 2010

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
On the Money2016-2017TV SeriesHerself - Guest Hostess
Caught on Camera2011-2016TV Series documentaryHerself - Host
Caught on Camera2008-2013TV Series documentaryHerself - Host
Early Today1999TV SeriesHerself - Host (2004-2005)
MSNBC Live1996TV SeriesAnchor (2003-)

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