Jeff Zucker
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Media executive Jeff Zucker is highly known in the United States. He also previously held the positions of president and CEO of NBCUniversal. Zucker worked at Columbia Business School as an executive in residence. Visit the bio to learn more about Jeff’s wiki, biography, age, height, weight, wife, kids, net worth, and other personal information.

Body Structure

What is Jeff’s height? He weighs 71 kg and is 5 feet 10 inches tall. Dark brown eyes and dark brown hair distinguish Jeff Zucker. Jeff’s physical measurements are 42-32-38 as well.

Early life and Biography

What is Jeff’s age? He was born in Homestead, Florida, on April 9, 1965. His age is 56. On April 9, 1965, he was born into a Jewish family in Homestead, Florida, not far from Miami. His mother Arline was a teacher, while his father Matthew worked as a cardiologist.

Jeff Zucker Wiki

Jeff Zucker Wiki/Bio
Real Name Jeff Zucker
Nick Name Jeff
Famous As Media Executive
Age 56-years old
Birthday April 9, 1965
Birthplace Homestead, Florida, U.S.
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality American
Religion Christianity
Height approx. 5 ft 10 in
Weight approx. 71 Kg
Body Measurements approx. 42-32-38 inches
Biceps Size 24 inches
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Dark Brown
Shoe Size 16.5 (US)
Children 4
Wife Caryn Stephanie Nathanson
Net Worth $23 million – $25 million

Relationship Status

Who is Jeff’s spouse? In 1996, he wed Caryn Stephanie Nathanson, who was working as a supervisor for Saturday Night Live. Four children are also a blessing for the couple. To recover from heart surgery, Zucker took a six-week leave of absence from CNN in July 2018.

Net Worth

How much money is Jeff worth? On January 1st of 2013, he was elected president of CNN Worldwide. In 2016, CNN attracted 105 million unique visits per month on average to its online and mobile properties. His estimated net worth is between $23 million and $25 million.

Jeff Zucker Facts

  1. Jeff took part in Northwestern University’s National High School Institute program for journalism, before college.
  2. Zucker explained that he wanted CNN to appeal more to regular viewers of factual networks, and make larger investments in the network’s digital properties.