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Garrick Utley Biography, Age, Family, Wife, NBC and Children

Garrick Utley (Clifton Garrick Utley) an American television journalist. He is well known for establishing his career reporting about the Vietnam War and has the distinction of being the first full-time television correspondent covering the war on-site.

Garrick Utley Biography

Garrick Utley (Clifton Garrick Utley) an American television journalist. He is well known for establishing his career reporting about the Vietnam War and has the distinction of being the first full-time television correspondent covering the war on-site.

Garrick Utley Age

Utley was born on November 19th, 1939 in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

Garrick Utley Family | Education

He was born to Frayn and Clifton Utley, were correspondents for NBC radio in the mid-20th century, based in Chicago. He was enrolled and later graduated from Westtown School, a Quaker boarding school in Westtown, Pennsylvania in 1957 and from Carleton College in 1961.

Garrick Utley Wife | Children

He is a married man, married to Gertje Rommeswinkel, There is no information about him having children, and has also not shared any information about him having dated before.

Garrick Utley Career | NBC

Utley began his career working with NBC News in 1963 as a researcher in Europe for The Huntley-Brinkley Report, where he became Foreign and Principal correspondent. Besides covering the Vietnam War, Utley reported from many other areas including stints as bureau chief in London and Paris. He reported on events within the U.S. as well. Utley was also an anchor. He served as a weekend anchor from 1971-1973 and frequently substituted for John Chancellor during that decade and for Tom Brokaw in the 1980s on NBC Nightly News.

He as well filled in for Bryant Gumbel as host of Today. Utley was a news anchor for Sunday Today from 1987 to 1988 and frequently substituted for Boyd Matson and then co-anchored the program from 1988 to 1992. Utley also served again as the main weekend anchor (Sunday initially and both Saturday and Sunday later) from 1987 to 1993 of NBC Nightly News. One noteworthy Nightly News broadcast Utley appeared on air on January 22, 1973, the day the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its Roe v. Wade decision. In the midst of that broadcast (fed to affiliates at 6:30 p.m. Eastern), and just before reporting on the decision, news broke that former U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson had died.

He as well hosted newsmagazine-style programs for NBC News. In the UK he covered the February 1974 British General Election and appeared on the BBC election night program. In the US, from January 1989 to December 1991, he moderated NBC’s long-running public affairs discussion program Meet the Press, while simultaneously hosting the newly debuted Sunday version of the Today Show. In 1992, Utley issued a controversial commentary essay at the close of a weekend newscast, expressing a view that then-President George H.W. Bush should forgo reelection in the interest of the country.

Garrick Utley

For a time, Utley hosted the PBS opera series Live from the Met, during which he introduced the televised performances and interviewed the participants during intermissions. Utley worked for NBC News for 30 years before moving to ABC as a chief foreign correspondent in 1993. He later moved to CNN in 1997, where he worked until 2002. He co-anchored CNN’s coverage of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, during the early morning hours of September 12, 2001.

He recently a professor of broadcasting and journalism at the State University of New York at Oswego and was a senior fellow at the SUNY Levin Institute of the State University of New York, in Manhattan, from which he retired as head in December 2011. He also co-hosted America Abroad on public radio, a program which examines the United States’ role and relationships in the world, and hosted Metropolitan Opera broadcasts on public television.

He as well authored You Should Have Been Here Yesterday (2000), a narrative of the growth of television news in the United States. Board service included The Council on Foreign Relations 1993–2003), Carleton College (1983–2007), Public Radio International (1996–2008), the Board of Advisors of Doctors without Borders and Chairman of the American Council on Germany.

Garrick Utley Net Worth

Utley estimated net worth is under review, there is no information about his net worth or salary but he is said to have been earning a huge salary from his work.