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Molly Hunter

Molly Hunter- Biography

Molly Hunter is a British-based American journalist and news correspondent for NBC News. She is a former foreign journalist for ABC News in Jerusalem and London, where she won an Emmy.

What is the Net Worth of Molly Hunter? Salary, Earnings

Hunter has worked in journalism since graduating from college, and her work has appeared on MSNBC, NBC News, MSN, ABC News, TODAY, Yahoo, KNXV-TV (Phoenix, AZ), WABC-TV, Good Morning America, and a variety of other outlets. As of 2022, her net worth is believed to be over $600,000 US dollars.

Molly Hunter- Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Parents

Molly’s early life is unknown, however, she is believed to be around 30 years old as of 2021. She has not made any mention of her family members, and as a result, her family has remained out of the spotlight. She was a member of Williams Varsity Volleyball while in college. Molly attended Marin Academy, an elite school in California, according to her LinkedIn page. She then went to Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and international relations in 2009. She also finished the Stanley Kaplan American Foreign Policy Program.

Quick Facts

Real Name Molly Hunter
Birth Date 1972
Age 49 Years
Birth Place Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Nationality American
Profession Journalist
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Not Known
Height in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimetres – 170 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 56 kg  –  in Pounds –  123 lbs
Body Measurements 34-25-35
Bra Size 32A
Waist Size 25
Hips Size 35
Shoe Size 8 (U.S.)
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Dark Brown
Body Type Slim

Molly Hunter- Relationship, Married Life, Boyfriend

Molly has kept her family out of the spotlight, and it appears that she has also kept her romance discreet. Molly hasn’t revealed anything about her personal life, so it’s presumed she’s unmarried. However, she could be dating someone in secret.

Molly Hunter – Professional Career

Molly received the Jeffery Owen Jones ’66 Journalism Fellow fellowship while attending Williams College. She spent a year learning Arabic, interacting with Iraqi refugees, and working as a freelance journalist in Amman, Beirut, and Ramallah. She then went to work for ABC News, where she rose through the ranks from desk assistant to assignment editor to international desk editor. Molly then worked as a reporter and producer in Jerusalem from 2015 to 2017, before moving to London in 2017 to work as a reporter. While she was overseas, she joined a non-profit group called Reclaim Childhood, which uses sports and games to empower refugee girls and women.

Molly went on to work for ABC for over eight years before joining NBC News as a News Correspondent in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. Hunter was appointed as the foreign correspondent in London in December 2019 and continues to hold the role to this day. During her time at ABC News, she covered a wide range of topics, including countries in the Middle East and Europe, as well as Presidents Obama and Trump’s overseas excursions. Hunter also won an Emmy for Outstanding Feature Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast for the Nightline story Caught in the Crossfire, which followed ten Syrians within the war-torn country. She reported live from the site for In-Depth TODAY when the ‘Lost Golden City of Luxor’ was uncovered by archaeologists in Egypt.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Hair color

Molly Hunter stands 5 ft 7 inches tall and weighs 56 kg. Furthermore, he has Brown hair and Dark Brown eyes.

Social Media Details

Molly is active on a variety of social media sites and finds time to socialize despite her hectic schedule. She uses the handle @hunternbcnews on Instagram, where she has over 4.7k followers and is a verified user. Hunter is also active on Twitter, where he has 10.4k followers.


  • Molly Hunter is a journalist and news correspondent from the United States who is presently living in London, United Kingdom.
  • While a senior at Williams College, she was awarded a fellowship.
  • She covered issues from Gaza to Saudi Arabia while stationed in Jerusalem.
  • She is a two-time Emmy Award winner in the categories of News and Documentary.
  • She was a member of the non-profit group Reclaim Childhood and served on its board of directors.
  • Hunter participated in volleyball during her collegiate years.

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