Who is Greg Palkot?
Greg Palkot was born in Garden City, New York State USA; the actual date of his birth is unknown to the media. He is a journalist, who is best recognized for serving in the position of a senior foreign affairs correspondent for the Fox News Channel.
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Greg Palkot Net Worth
His professional career started in the ‘80s, and his net worth is ~$4 million.
Early Life and Education
Greg Palkot spent his childhood in Garden City, New York, where he was raised by his father John, and mother whose name hasn’t been revealed, nor have their professions. Regarding his education, Greg attended Garden City High School (New York), and upon matriculation enrolled into Wesleyan University, a private liberal arts college based in Middletown, Connecticut.
Greg became involved in the field of journalism when he started working in the positions of an anchor and reporter not only for international but also for the US programs, which aired on such networks as CBS, WABC, Financial News Network (now CNBC), and PBS. Thanks to his accomplishments, Greg has won an Emmy Award three times in such categories as news coverage, reporting, and feature stories. He has also been rewarded several times by the United Press International and Associated Press.
— Greg Palkot (@GregPalkot) January 9, 2018
Fox News Channel
Undoubtedly, Greg’s academic performance has helped him to climb the ladder of success, and in 1998 he moved his career to the next level as he joined FOX News Channel (FNC), and began serving in the position of a correspondent. He was later promoted and currently works as a senior foreign affairs correspondent based in London, England. In this position, Greg has covered such stories as the ISIS attacks, various investigations, and the UK’s exit from the European Union, among others. Moreover, he has also traveled further afield, and covered stories about the growing tensions over North Korea’s banned nuclear program, the “Arab Spring”, the deadly tsunami in Indonesia, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, etc.
Attack in Egypt
In February of 2011, Greg Palkon and his cameraman Olaf Wiig were severely beaten nearly to death and hospitalized while they were covering the unrest in Cairo, Egypt. Before they were released from the hospital, military police accused them of being Israeli spies, but fortunately the State Department, the US embassy in Cairo, as well as Egypt’s embassy in Washington confirmed their identities and secured their release.
Although he is open regarding his professional life, Greg is just the opposite when it comes to his personal life. However, it is known that he is married man and that he has children. His current residence is in London, England.