Dana Bash

Nadine Caridi

Quick Facts

Date of Birth June 15, 1971
Nationality American
Profession Journalist
Working for CNN
Ethnicity White
Marital Status Married
Spouse John King (ex-husband), Jeremy Bash (ex-husband)
Qualification Graduation
Education at George Washington University
Net Worth(s) N/A
Name on Birth Dana Bash
Divorce Two Times
Height 5' ft 8" inch
Weight N/A
Religion Jewish
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Blonde
Twitter @DanaBashCNN
Body Measurements N/A
Age 51 Years

Dana Bash is CNN’s chief congressional correspondent, responsible for covering the activities of both the U.S. House and Senate.


Dana Bash was born on June 15, 1971 in Montvale, New Jersey, USA.


Bash was born and raised in Montvale, New Jersey. She has a passion for journalism from a very tender age.

School College

Bash graduated cum laude with her bachelor’s degree in political communications from George Washington University. Prior to that, she graduated from Pascack Hills High School in her hometown of Montvale.

Father, Mother

Her father Stu Schwartz is the senior broadcast producer at ABC News Channel. Her mother is an author and educator of Jewish studies. Dana has a brother, David Schwartz. David also works as a video producer.

Children Kids

She and her ex-husband John King have a son, Jonah Frank King, born in June 2011.

Career Life and Jobs

Named as CNN’s chief congressional correspondent in December 2008 and based in the network’s Washington, D.C., bureau, Bash has covered the U.S. Congress for CNN since March 2006.

Bash covered the candidates on the trail for the network’s America Votes 2008 coverage and interviewed the Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain on numerous occasions.

Bash also interviewed the major Republican contenders and broke many stories, including Gov. Mitt Romney’s decision to suspend his campaign.

Prior to covering Congress and the 2008 campaign, Bash reported as CNN’s White House correspondent from the nation’s capital and from locations around the world covering President George W. Bush and his administration. Bash has reported on major stories including Hurricane Katrina, the CIA leak investigation, and the capture of Saddam Hussein. She was instrumental in CNN’s 2006 mid-term election coverage and the 2004 presidential campaign, which she covered from start to finish.

Previously, Bash was an editor in CNN's Washington bureau, where she planned and coordinated the network's coverage of Capitol Hill, the State Department and key issues such as Medicare and Social Security. Bash also served as a producer on the network's public affairs shows and produced long-form live interviews with heads of state, lawmakers and other newsmakers.

Husband, Marriage and Divorce

On May 25, 2008, she married fellow CNN correspondent John King, who converted to Judaism prior to marrying her. It was her second marriage, having previously been married to Jeremy Bash.

In March 2012, it was announced that Bash and King had separated.

Hot, legs, feet, and pictures

She looks hot and attractive. She has nice feet and beautiful legs. Hot pictures of her can be found in the internet and many people search for her pictures in the internet.

Height, weight and age

She is five feet eight inches tall and the height suits her personality very well. She has also maintained a nice height-weight balance.

Nationality, Ethnicity, religion

She is an American citizen and she is from white ethnicity. She follows Jewish religion.

Net Worth, Salary and income

She has accumulated a lot of wealth throughout her career. She is paid well and hence has a handsome salary.

Body Measurements, Body Shape, Body Figure

She looks attractive relative to her age and she has a nicely shaped body.

Award and Achievement

In 2010, Bash earned the prestigious Dirksen Award from the National Press Foundation for her reporting on Congressional earmarks and Senatorial "holds.”

She also worked as a member of the Peabody Award-winning “Best Political Team on Television.”

Quotes, Gossip and Rumor News

She covered every major story on Capitol Hill, including the Republican dominance in the 2002 elections, the war on terrorism, campaign finance reform, the Florida recount and the impeachment of former President Bill Clinton.

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