Liz Claman Biography
Liz Claman is the host of The Claman Countdown on Fox Business Network. Claman previously co-hosted the CNBC morning television show Morning Call. Claman was previously the co-host of the programs Wake Up Call and Market Watch, as well as the anchor of the CNBC newsmagazine show Cover to Cover.
How old is Liz Claman? – Age
Claman was born as Elizabeth Kate Claman on 12 December 1963 in Beverly Hills, California, United States.
Where did Liz Claman go to school? – Education
Claman went to Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, where she was a disc jockey for the school radio station, WPAA, and then to Beverly Hills High School, where she met Peter Schiff. She has known fellow Fox News correspondent Claudia Cowan since they were in second grade. After a brief stint at UC Santa Cruz, Claman graduated from UC Berkeley with a Bachelor of Arts degree in the French language. She also has a Certificat Supérieur de Français from the Sorbonne.
Liz Claman – Family
Claman is the fifth of five children born to Canadian parents in Beverly Hills, California. Claman is from a Jewish family, her father is from Russia, and her mother is from Romania. Dr. Morris Claman, her late father, was a world-renowned urologist and associate clinical professor of urology at the UCLA School of Medicine. June Beverly Claman is an actress. Danielle, Claman’s eldest sister, works as an executive at Dick Wolf Films. Holly, her second oldest sister, is an art and antique appraiser. Another elder sister works as a studio musician in Hollywood, and her younger brother is also a musician. Despite having moderate scoliosis, Claman is an enthusiastic runner who finished the New York City Marathon in 2005.
Liz Claman husband
Claman lives in Edgewater, New Jersey, with her husband, Jeff Kepnes (a senior executive producer for NBC and MSNBC), and their two daughters.
What is Claman Salary?
Claman’s salary is $85,000.
Claman Net Worth
Her net worth is $350,000.
Liz Claman Career
Described by Vanity Fair as “…one of television’s top business reporters and anchors,” Claman got her start in television as a production assistant for Ann Curry, Paula Zahn, and Jim Lampley at television station KCBS-TV in Los Angeles, California. Claman’s first on-air reporting job was at WSYX-TV in Columbus, Ohio, followed by co-hosting a local morning talk show, “Morning Exchange,” from 1991 to 1994, at WEWS-TV in Cleveland, Ohio. Later, Claman served as a weekend anchor at WHDH-TV in Boston, Massachusetts. While working in local television, Claman became the youngest producer in the history of KCBS to win an Emmy Award. At WEWS in Cleveland, she won an Emmy for Best Morning Anchor.
In April 1998, Claman began her CNBC career as a freelancer, based in Fort Lee, New Jersey and later in neighboring Edgewater. In November 2006, Claman’s book, “The Best Investment Advice I Ever Received” was published. Claman started at Fox Business Network on October 18, 2007, 3 days after the expiration of her non-compete contract clause with CNBC. She currently appears on Fox Business Network at 3 p.m. and co-hosts the 4 p.m. ET show with David Asman.Since she joined Fox Business, she has conducted interviews with global political and business leaders such as Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, Mario Gabelli, Eric Schmidt, Steve Forbes, Sarah Palin, Jack Kemp, Robert Diamond, Richard Branson, Alan Mulally, Dennis Kozlowski, one-time NYMEX Treasurer George Gero, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Paul H. O’Neill, John W. Snow, and Timothy Geithner; former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker; former NYMEX Treasurer George Gero; Gates; Gates; former NYMEX Treasurer George Gero; former NYMEX Treasurer George Gero; former NYMEX Treasurer; former NYMEX Treasurer; former NYMEX; former NYMEX; former NYMEX; former NYMEX; former NYMEX Treasurer; former, Paul Gero; Paul Volcker; former Speaker of the House Speaker Newt Gingrich; London Mayor Boris Johnson; Israel’ Claman has also appeared on CBS’s The Early Show and on ABC’s Good Morning America and appeared twice on Comedy Central‘s The Daily Show with both Jon Stewart and Trevor Noah.
History of cable news shows
- Morning Call (co-anchor, 2002–2007)
- Cover to Cover (anchor, 2003–2006)
- Wake Up Call (co-anchor, 2002–2005)
- Market Watch (fill-in co-anchor, October 1998–March 1999; co-anchor, March 1999–2002)
- Today’s Business (co-anchor, 2000–2002)
- This Morning’s Business (fill-in anchor)
- Before the Bell (fill-in anchor)
Fox Business Network is an acronym for Fox Business Network.
- Fox Business (co-anchor, 2007–2014)
- Countdown to the Closing Bell (anchor, 2008–Present)
- After the Bell (co-anchor, 2008–2015)