John Dickerson Bio, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Kids, Salary, CBS

John Dickerson
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John Dickerson Biography

This is what you need to know about John Dickerson, an American News Journalist and a reporter currently working for CBS News. His current assignment is 60 Minutes and CBS News’ Election specials.

John Dickerson Age

Dickerson was born on  6 July 1968 in Washington, D.C., United States.

John Dickerson Height

Dickerson stands at a height of  5 feet and 11 inches.

John Dickerson Family

Dickerson is a husband to Anne Dickerson and a parent to two kids. he is the son of Claude Wyatt Dickerson and journalist Nancy Dickerson. He has three sisters and one brother.

John Dickerson Wife

Dickerson is happily married to his wife Anne Dickerson. The couple is proud parents to two kids.

John Dickerson Children

He is blessed with two children; Brice Dickerson, Nancy Dickerson.

John Dickerson Salary

Dickerson receives an annual average salary of $ 1 million. This is according to CBS News anchors/reporters salaries.

John Dickerson Net Worth

Dickerson has an estimated Net Worth of $ 4 million dollars. His career as a Journalist is his primary source of income.

John Dickerson Education

He graduated from Sidwell Friends School in 1987 and holds a degree in English with distinction from the University of Virginia.

John Dickerson Career

He was also previously the anchor of CBS News’ “Face the Nation” and the network’s chief Washington correspondent. He is also a political columnist for Slate magazine and the author of “On Her Trail,” a Simon and Schuster book about his mother, the late Nancy Dickerson, a pioneering newswoman.

He has covered Capitol Hill, reporting on the Gingrich Congress, the House impeachment proceedings, and the Senate trial of President Clinton. Before covering Congress, Dickerson wrote about economics, providing analysis on entitlements, the budget process, and taxes.

During the 1996 national election, he covered the campaigns of Bob Dole, Lamar Alexander, and Steve Forbes. Prior to joining Slate, Dickerson covered politics for 12 years for TIME magazine. In his last four years, he was the magazine’s White House correspondent.

At Slate, Dickerson has covered the administration’s policy on the war in Afghanistan, the state of bipartisan politics, Iraq, and written extensively on the health care reform debate.

John Dickerson Books

  • 2020 – The Hardest Job in the..
  • 2016 – Whistlestop: My Favorite
  • 2006 – On Her Trail
  • 1989 – Food Facts and Figures