David Shuster Biography
David Shuster works for The Young Turks as the anchor and host. In July 2021, he began working there. Shuster worked for Quick Hits in New York as an on-air contributor previously.
David Shuster Age
Shuster was born on July 27, 1967, in Bloomington, Indiana, in the United States. He is 54 years old as of 2021.
David Shuster Height
Shuster is 5 ft 9 in/1.75m tall.
David Shuster Family
Shuster ‘s parents are Arnold Shuster and Susan Klein.Sadly his parents separated and he grew up with his step-father Robert Agranoff, and Rose Mahern-Shuster. Shuster has one living sibling, Jonathan.
David Shuster Wife
Shuster is a happily married man to his lovely wife Kera Rennert. Kera Rennert works as a television writer and producer. The duo exchanged vows in February 2013, and together they have a first-born daughter, Ayala. Ayala was born in June 2013.
Additionally, before this marriage, Shuster had tied the knot on May 27, 2007, in Washington D.C. at the Sixth & I Historic Synagogue with Julianna Goldman an American journalist. But the two separated in January 2011 and they had no children.
David Shuster Education
Shuster finished his high school course in 1995 at Bloomington High School South. Then he received a bachelor of arts in Political Science in 1989 from the University of Michigan. Shuster earned a Masters’s degree in Public Policy from Georgetown University into the bargain.
David Shuster Salary
Shuster annually earns a salary of $ 98,700 annually, according to Young Turks anchors/reporters’ salaries.
David Shuster Net Worth
Shuster has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
David Shuster Career
Shuster works for The Young Turks as the anchor and host, he began working here in July 2021. Previously Shuster worked for Quick Hits in New York as an on-air contributor. Before he worked as an anchor and host of Al Jazeera America, for the station’s Power Politics, a political analysis show.
Into the bargain, Shuster works on WPWC for his political radio show, Take Action News with David Shuster, in Washington D.C as a host. Also, he worked for Current TV as a primary substitute anchor. Shuster also worked for MSNBC as the lead breaking news anchor, before he got suspended for an unknown period.
Before, he worked between 1996-2002, for Fox News as the Washington D.C. correspondent. Shuster began his career in Washington at CNN as a field producer and assignment editor.