Kim Brunhuber Biography
Kim Brunhuber is a Canadian journalist and author serving as an anchor for CNN International in Atlanta. He hosts daily news programs as well as the Saturday and Sunday morning versions of CNN Newsroom for Europe. Brunhuber, a published novelist, graduated from Carleton University with a bachelor’s and a master’s in journalism. In 2004, he released a book titled Kameleon Man. The book was a fiction nominee for the 2004 ReLit Award that made the shortlist.
Kim Brunhuber Age
It is clear that Kim was born in Montreal, Canada. He has however not disclosed his date of birth or age to the public. Could it be he likes to keep his age private? We will soon find out.
Kim Brunhuber Height
Brunhuber stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and has a weight of 72kgs.
Kim Brunhuber Family
Brunhurber was raised in Montreal and speaks French and Spanish fluently. He has not disclosed information about his family, father and mother, and siblings. This is because he does not find this information necessarily useful to the public. We will keep you posted should this information be available.
Kim Brunhuber Wife
Brunhuber is married to Zulekha Nathoo. The pair have been dating for more than eight years and was married on May 25, 2013. Amari Brunhuber, the couple’s son, was born in 2014. With his family, Bruhuber resides in Atlanta, Georgia in their own house.
Kim Brunhuber Career
Brunhuber left the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), where he most recently held the positions of senior journalist and head of the Los Angeles bureau, to join CNN International. In that capacity, he covered important domestic and international news events for the CBC’s television, radio, and online platforms, such as the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, the 2018 and 2016 Olympic Games, and Nelson Mandela’s passing. He covered a number of mass shootings in the US, including those in Thousand Oaks, California, San Bernardino, and Las Vegas, Nevada. His coverage of the Southern California wildfires in 2017 was recognized with a 2018 National Press Club Award in the area of breaking news broadcasts.
Brunhuber spent 13 years at CBC News where he had both reporter and anchor positions. The Canadian was located in Toronto until relocating to the network’s Los Angeles bureau in 2015, where he hosted many CBC programs, including the Saturday broadcast of The National and CBC News Network. He began his professional career in 1997 at CTV, where he worked in Ottawa and Halifax. There, he covered, produced, and anchored several breaking news events, including the disaster of Swissair Flight 111.
In Sierra Leone, Brunhuber served as a senior trainer for Journalists for Human Rights, a media development group, between his stint at CTV and the CBC. While there, he collaborated with local journalists to cover human rights concerns such as female genital mutilation, child labor in the mining industry, and the country’s general election. He subsequently worked as a freelance journalist and producer for several years, reporting news, providing live commentary, and producing short films from all over the world, including places like Pakistan, Mali, Ghana, and Afghanistan.
Kim Brunhuber Salary
Brunhuber earns an average salary of $75,000 annually.
Kim Brunhuber’s Net Worth
Brunhuber has an estimated net worth of $1 million. His primary source of income is his job as a CNN news correspondent.