Nicolle Wallace MSNBC Bio, Age, Height, Family, Education, Career, Net Worth

Nicolle Wallace Biography

Nicolle Wallace is an American author and television host. Her work as the anchor of the MSNBC news and program Deadline: White House brought her into the limelight. In addition, she is a former co-host of the ABC daytime talk show The View.

Nicolle Wallace Age|Birthday

Wallace was born on February 4, 1972. Therefore, she is 49 years old as of 2021 and celebrates her birthday on 4th February every year.

Nicolle Wallace Height|Weight

Wallace’s height is 5 feet 6 inches (approximately 167 centimeters). Moreover, she weighs 65 kilograms.

Nicolle Wallace Photo

Nicolle Wallace Photo

Nicolle Wallace Family

Wallace was born in Orange County, South Carolina to her parents. Her father was an antique dealer whereas her mother was a third-grade teacher’s assistant in public schools. Additionally, she has three siblings and she is the eldest of the four. Her siblings’ names are Zack, Courtney, and Ashley Devenish.

Nicolle Wallace Husband

Wallace was married to Mark Wallace, an American businessman, lawyer, and former diplomat from 2005 to 2019. The couple had their first and only child, a son in 2012. Both she and her husband publicly supported the legalization of same-sex marriage in February 2013 in an amicus curiae brief submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Nicolle Wallace Education

Wallace attended Miramonte High School. In 1994, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in mass communications from the University of California, Berkeley. In addition, she from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, she graduated with a master’s degree in 1996.

Nicolle Wallace Career

Political Career

Wallace started her career working in California state politics and she is an on-air reporter in California. Moreover, she moved to Florida to serve as Governor Jeb Bush’s press secretary in 1999. Later, for the Florida State Technology Office, she became the Communications Director in 2000. Moreover, she worked on the 2000 Florida election recount.

White House and Bush 2004 presidential campaign

Serving as special assistant to the President and director of media affairs at the White House, Wallace joined the White House staff during George W. Bush’s first term. Here, she oversaw regional press strategy and outreach. Moreover, she joined Bush’s 2004 presidential campaign as its communication director in 2003. she delivers her political attacks without snarling according to The New York Times.

Bush named her White House Communications Director on January 5, 2005. In July 2006, she left the White House to relocate to New York City.

McCain 2008 presidential campaign

For the McCain 2008 presidential campaign, Wallace served as a senior advisor. As the campaign’s top spokesperson and defender, she appeared frequently on network and cable news programs.

Furthermore, in the 2012 film Game Change, she was portrayed by Sarah Paulson. She stated eight years later that she did not vote for a presidential candidate in 32008 because Sarah Palin gave her pause.

Other work

White House novel series

Wallace is the 2010 novel Eighteen Acres’s author.


She joined The View as a new co-host. However, she left THe View and joined NBC News and its cable network MSNBC as a political analyst. Moreover, she is a frequent contributor and guest host on MSNBC programs Morning Joe, NBC’s Today Show as well as The 11th Hour with Brian Williams. She served as an analyst for MSNBC’s live coverage of election results in November 2016. Furthermore, since May 9, 2017, she has been the anchor of the afternoon news and opinion program Deadline: White House on MSNBC.

Published works

2010 – Eighteen Acres
2011 – It’s Classified
2015 – Madam President

Nicolle Wallace Net Worth

Wallace’s net worth is $4 million.