Biography of Faith Salie
Faith Salie (Faith Coley Salie) is an eminent American journalist, television and radio host, actress, author, Rhodes scholar and comedian. She currently serves on CBS Sunday Morning as a contributor and panelist on NPR’s Wait Wait. Salie is also the author of My Heartfelt Quest to Please Just About Everyone, Approval Junkie, and Ultimately Myself.
Faith Salie Age
Faith was born in South Weymouth, Massachusetts, United States on April 14, 1971. She is 51 years old.
Faith Salie Height
Salie stands at 5 feet 6 inches (1.71 m).
Education Faith Salie
He studied at Northwestern University and later transferred to Harvard University and graduated with a degree in History and Literature of Modern France and England. He was also admitted to the University of Oxford and obtained a Master of Philosophy in Modern English Literature.
Faith Salie Family
She was born to American parents Robert Salie and her late mother Gail Coley in South Weymouth, Massachusetts in the United States. Faith has two older brothers named David Saile and Doug. Salie attends a Roman Catholic Church and started dancing at the age of three.
Spouse Faith Salie
She married in Rome on October 9, 2011, her husband John Semel. The wedding was held at Casina Valadier, a restaurant in the Villa Borghese park in Rome by Robert Weiss, his family and friends. Her husband is the senior vice president of publishing development and planning at John Wiley & Sons in Hoboken. John is the son of the late Edmond Seme and Susan Semel. The couple is blessed with two beautiful children.
Salary Faith Salie
Faith earns an annual salary of $81,564. This is according to CBS News Channel anchor/reporter salaries.
Faith Salie Net Worth
Salie has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Career Faith Salie
She has served since 2009 for CBS Sunday Morning as a contributor and panelist. Faith is also the author of My Heartfelt Quest to Please Just About Everyone, Approval Junkie, and Ultimately Myself. She interviews pop culture scientists and hosts Science Goes to the Movies, which premiered in 2015.
Prior to that, she served on Public Radio International’s Fair Game program from PRI as a presenter. The show aired daily on satirical news and entertainment and podcasts. During her time there, Salie had the opportunity to interview journalists such as Chelsea Handler, Anthony Hopkins, Lorne Michaels, Jimmy Carter, Zach Galifianakis and Leonard Nimoy. He also served on Red Eye alongside Greg Gutfeld as a regular panelist