Who is MSNBC journalist Mika Brzezinski?

Who is MSNBC journalist Mika Brzezinski?


SINCE graduating Williams College in 1989, Mika Brzezinski has been making a name for herself in the media industry.

Brzezinski is most famously known for her work with MSNBC, where she has been since 2007.

Who is MSNBC journalist Mika Brzezinski?

Born May 2, 1967, Brzezinski is an American journalist, talk show host, liberal political commentator, and author.

Brzezinski currently co-hosts MSNBC's Morning Joe alongside her husband, Joe Scarborough.

When Brzezinski is not on-air, she can be found writing her books and is the author of three New York Times best-sellers, including, All Things at Once, Knowing Your Value, and Obsessed.

Throughout her career, she has also been featured in multiple movies, as herself, including, The Campaign, Pitch Perfect 2, Irresistible, and I Don't Know How She Does It.

Brzezinski is also the daughter of Polish-American diplomat and political scientist, Zbigniew Kazimierz Brzezinski, who served as a counselor to President Lyndon B. Johnson and was President Jimmy Carter's National Security Advisor.

Her mother, Emilie Beneš, is a Swiss American sculptor.

Does Mika Brzezinski have children?

Throughout her life, Brzezinski has been married twice.

From 1993 to 2016, she was married to Jim Hoffer, who is most famously known as an investigative reporter for Eyewitness News.

After their divorce, Brzezinski then married Scarborough.

While Brzezinski and Hoffer were together, the former couple had two children together.

They welcomed their first daughter, Emilie, in 1996, and their second daughter, Carlie, in 1998.

According to her LinkedIn profile, Emilie is a J.D. candidate at Georgetown University Law Center, but it is unknown what her sister is doing.

What is Mika Brzezinski's net worth?

Brzezinski has made quite a name for herself since her debut on MSNBC.

As of 2021, Brzezinski had an estimated net worth of $20 million according to Celebrity Net Worth, and makes a yearly salary of $8 million.

Brzezinski's worth comes from her career as a journalist as well as from the success of her books.

Prior to her role at MSNBC, Brzezinski had worked for CBS News but was fired in 2006.

“I still wake up going, ‘Why did that happen?'” Brzezinski told the Daily Beast back in April of 2021. “Like, I was so shocked.”

Then-president of the network, Sean McManus, had told Brzezsinki back then that her role wasn't "working out" but she revealed that he didn't really have an answer on why she was fired.

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