Born on April 8, 1972, Chuck Todd is an American television journalist who is the current moderator of NBC’s Meet The Press, political Director of NBC News and serves as NBC News’ on-air political analyst for NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt and Today. To learn more about him, read the article below.

Chuck Todd

 

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Chuck Todd Ethnicity/Religion

Chuck was born in Miami, Florida, to Lois Cheri and Stephen Randolph Todd. He was raised Jewish as he is Jewish on his mother’s side.

Chuck Todd Affair/Married/Wife

He is married to Kristian Denny Todd. They live in Arlington, Virginia and have two children. For more information, visit his twitter.


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Personal Information

  • Full Name: Charles David Todd
  • Nicknames: Chuck Todd
  • Birthday: April 8, 1972
  • Age: 47 years old (as of June 2019)
  • Birthplace: Miami, Florida, US
  • Current Residence: Arlington, Virginia, US
  • Education: George Washington University
  • Profession: Journalist
  • Nationality: American
  • Religion:  He was raised Jewish
  • Zodiac: Aries
  • Spouse/Wife: Kristian Denny Todd
  • Children: 2
  • Net Worth: Not Available at the moment

Measurements

  • Height: Not Available
  • Weight: Not Available

Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know

  • He is Jewish on his mother’s side and was raised Jewish.
  • He started journalist career working for National Journal’s The Hotline from 1992 to 2007
  • He joined NBC in 2007 and became NBC News political director at the time.
  • He received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Marymount University in recognition of his work in journalism.
  • He is a congregant in the Reform congregation of Temple Rodef Shalom in Falls Church, Virginia.
  • He is the current moderator of NBC’s Meet The Press, political Director of NBC News and serves as NBC News’ on-air political analyst for NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt and Today.
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Memorable Quotes:

We may like to think politics is a battle of ideas and that the best idea wins out. But that’s not true in most elections. Most elections are about the worst ideas losing, not the best ideas winning.