• David Gura is an MSNBC and NBC News reporter and anchor
• He has an estimated net worth of $1 million
• He attended Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and Cornell University
• He is married and expecting a baby
• He has his own TV series entitled “Up with David Gura” which airs on weekends from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Does David Gura get “UP” on MSNBC? His Wiki and Bio
David Gura was born under the zodiac sign of Libra on 2 October 1984, in Austin, Texas USA, which means that he is 34 years old and his nationality is American. He is best known as the MSNC and NBC News reporter who rose to fame thanks to his work, and has recently started his own TV series entitled “Up with David Gura”.
So just how rich is David Gura as of early 2019? According to authoritative sources, this journalist and TV reporter has net worth of close to $1 million, accumulated from his career in the previously mentioned fields. He hasn’t revealed any information regarding his assets such as houses and vehicles, but working steadily, he is certainly able to financially support his family.
Ethnicity and Background
When it comes to David’s ethnicity, he is Caucasian with brown eyes and blondish hair, and judging from the photos available on the internet, he has a fit figure and looks well put together at all events he attends. He hasn’t revealed much about his early life and formative years, except that David was a student of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and Cornell University. He was also a student of the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés and the Universidad Católica Boliviana, in Bolivia, where he studied political science. Prior to his rise to fame with MSNBC and NBC, he worked as a Washington correspondent for “Marketplace”, a radio program that focuses on business and economics, and covered variety of topics such as budget battles and showdowns. He continued to regularly host the series from Los Angeles, Washington and New York, and subsequently started his career at National Public Radio. First he served as an editor and producer, and then became a reporter for the network’s blog entitled “The Two Way”. In 2015, David worked for Bloomberg Television and Bloomberg Radio, co-anchoring the morning program, “Bloomberg Surveillance”.
— David Gura (@davidgura) January 6, 2019
When it comes to David’s relationship status, he is married to a so far un-named wife, and in late 2018 announced that she was about to give birth, with the tweet reading “My wife and I are expecting a baby any day now; so, I’m taking a few weeks off work and Twitter. The plan is for me to return to @UPonMSNBC on Saturday, January 12th. Happy New Year!’ – many of his fans went on to congratulate him on the news.
Being in the entertainment field, Gura is naturally active on Twitter and Instagram which he uses to promote his work as well as to communicate with his fans. He is followed by almost 30,000 people on the former. Some of his latest tweets include a post in which he wrote about the government shutdown, stating that it might be the longest one, surpassing the shutdown from 1955. He often writes about politics, as it is an important part of his profession.
David is also active on Instagram, on which he posts photos from his private life, giving his followers a closer look at what his everyday routine is. He is followed by 1,200 people on that social media, and has recently posted a photo of himself and Tom Keene, which has been ‘liked’ by more than 200 people.
David is best known as a correspondent and anchor who works for MSNBC and NBC News. His job requires him to travel, and he has filed reports from places such as Mexico City, Bogota and Beijing, spending the majority of his career in the business reporting field.
In addition to being an anchor and appearing on TV, Gura is also prominent for his reviews and reporting, as his writings have appeared in “The New York Times” and “The Los Angeles Times”, as well as in many other newspapers. As the result of his hard work, he was rewarded with a Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellowship.
It was recently announced that MSNBC made changes to its programming lineup and that those changes included David and Al Sharpton. The network decided to give him a chance to work on his own project, a series entitled “Up with David Gura”, which airs on weekends from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. This was certainly an important moment in David’s career, and we are sure that there is more to come for him, as he is a hardworking and talented man.