Tamron Hall Bio, MSNBC, Age, Height, Parents, Husband, Kids, Salary, and Net Worth

Who is Tamron Hall?

Tamron Hall is an American journalist and Television talk show host for MSNBC News. She was born on September 16, 1970, in Luling, Texas. She attended and graduated from Temple University with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism in 1992. She started her broadcasting career in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

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Tamron Hall Date of Birth/Age

She was born on September 16, 1970, in Luling, Texas. She is 53 years old as of 2023.

Tamron Hall Height

Tamron stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches.

Tamron Hall Parents and Siblings

She grew up with her mother Mary Newton and stepfather Clarence Newton Sr. Information about her siblings will be updated as soon as it is available to the public.

Tamron Hall Spouse/Husband

She is married to Steven Greener, a music executive. They began dating in 2017 and got married in early 2019. They live in Harlem. On April 25, 2019, Hall announced that she had given birth to a son.

Tamron Hall Kids/Children

On April 25, 2019, Hall announced that she had given birth to a son.

Tamron Hall Education

She attended and graduated from Temple University with a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism in 1992.

Tamron Hall Career

Hall began her career as a general assignment reporter at KBTX in Bryan, Texas. In 1994, she moved to KTVT in Fort Worth, Texas, where she worked there for four more years. She was employed by WFLD-TV in Chicago, Illinois, from 1997 to 2007.

She was a general assignment reporter, a consumer reporter, and the host of Fox News in the Morning, a three-hour program. Hall covered numerous “breaking news” stories, including one of the most devastating Amtrak accidents in Illinois, and she reported frequently on politics in Chicago.

Hall joined NBC News and the national news network MSNBC in July 2007. She also managed to secure a one-on-one interview with Barack Obama prior to his 2008 campaign announcement. As a general reporter and fill-in anchor for Keith Olbermann on Countdown with Keith Olbermann, Hall first rose to prominence at MSNBC.

The Big Picture, a two-hour program that aired from June 1, 2009, to January 29, 2010, featured Hall and David Shuster as co-hosts. Hall also anchored on weekends and as a replacement for Natalie Morales.

She hosted NewsNation with Tamron Hall in 2010, which covered entertainment, global, and US news and featured interviews with prominent people. The show, which aired on weekday afternoons, covered important American events like the final space shuttle launch in 2011, Hurricane Isaac in 2012, and a live television broadcast from Ground Zero in New York City following the death of Osama Bin Laden. In addition, Hall urged viewers to express their opinions on important, controversial news stories via social media.

It was announced in July 2013 that Hall would host Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall on Investigation Discovery. The one-hour weekly newsmagazine series premiered on September 1, 2013, and each episode features two crimes.

In each episode, Hall and her team of investigators gather information from as many reliable sources as they can to learn more about each case’s motivations and events. The series is dedicated to Hall’s older sister, whose 2004 death was ruled a homicide and has not been solved.

Hall became the first African American woman to co-anchor Today on February 24, 2014, when she joined Natalie Morales, Al Roker, and Willie Geist on the third hour of The Today Show. She wore the jacket she purchased from the estate sale of American singer and civil rights activist Lena Horne on the day she signed the contract. Hall continues to be greatly influenced by Horne.

Hall opted out of her contract in February 2017 and decided to leave NBC rather than accept a less prominent role after the network gave Megyn Kelly the Today co-hosting position. With Hall’s contract coming to an end on February 1, 2017, NBC News and Hall issued a joint statement announcing their decision to leave both NBC and MSNBC.

It was made public in July 2017 that Hall and Harvey Weinstein were working on the production of a daytime talk show that Hall would host and executive produce. However, when the Weinstein sexual misconduct scandal came to light, Hall’s partnership suffered a setback. Hall signed a new contract with Disney–ABC Domestic Television on August 8, 2018, to executive produce and host a syndicated daytime talk show.

Ended September 2018, ABC Owned Television Stations picked up the show. The show was picked up by Hearst Television in December 2018 for 24 markets, and on January 22, 2019, ABC Entertainment named Bill Geddie and Hall as executive producers for the show.

Tamron debuted her award-winning syndicated daytime talk show on September 9, 2019, under her own name. On March 4, 2019, it was announced that Tamron Hall would debut on September 9, 2019, with over 85% coverage across the United States, which includes 47 of the top 50 markets.

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences presented Tamron Hall with three Daytime Emmy nominations in June 2020. Hall’s victory as host was the first for a freshman host since the award’s inception in 2015.

In addition, during the show’s inaugural season, Hall was nominated for an Outstanding Talk Series NAACP Image Award. In September 2020, Hall accepted the Gracie Award for Outstanding Talk Show Host and dedicated it to Breonna Taylor. ABC announced on November 8, 2021, that the show had been renewed for a fourth and fifth season, continuing through 2024.

Tamron Hall Awards and Nominations

  • An Emmy nomination for her consumer report segment, “The Bottom Line,” which first aired in 1999.[20]
    2010: Won the Lew Klein Alumni in the Media award from Temple University and is an Alumni Hall of Fame Honoree.
  • October 2010: Served as a reporter for the NBC News segment “The Inauguration of Barack Obama,” which was nominated for an Emmy.
  • 2011: Emmy nomination for a segment called “Education Nation: Teacher Town Hall”.
  • 2016: Won an Edward R. Murrow Award for her report on domestic abuse.
  • 2020: NAACP Image Awards nomination for Outstanding Talk Series for her self-titled talk show.
  • 2020: Won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host for her self-titled talk show.
  • 2020: Gracie Awards Honoree for Outstanding Talk Show Host-Entertainment presented by the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation.
  • 2021: NAACP Image Awards nomination for Outstanding Talk Series for Tamron Hall.
  • 2022: Won a NATPE Iris Award for Award for Excellence, Television Performer
  • Hall has also been featured in several major news publications, including Ebony, Forbes, People, and The Huffington Post.
  • Hall was the 2017 Honorary Muse in the Krewe of Muses parade during Mardi Gras in New Orleans.

Jow Much Does Tamron Hall Earn?

She earns an estimated salary of $2 million annually.

How Much is Tamron Hall Worth?

She has an estimated net worth of $7 million.

Tamron Hall Wedding Pictures

Tamron Hall Wedding Pictures
Tamron Hall Wedding Pictures

Tamron Hall Show

The show is fun and is a place for viewers to have a connection with the people that are shaping the world in meaningful, engaging, and entertaining conversations.

Someone They Knew With Tamron Hall

The show focuses on Tamron following the victim’s path to verdict, told from the point of view of the people impacted by the case. It also focuses on trying to figure out how the killer and the deceased had a connection and how it led to the murder.

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Hall works atMSNBC News where she serves alongside her fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists such as;

  1. Brian Williams
  2. Craig Melvin
  3. Kasie Hunt
  4. Alex Witt
  5. Stephanie Ruhle
  6. Katy Tur
  7. Alicia Menendez
  8. Ali Vitali
  9. Rachel Maddow
  10. Steve Kornacki
  11. Alex Witt