Ayman Mohyeldin, a journalist based in Los Angeles is currently working for NBC News. With his successful career, Mohyeldin earned himself huge fame and money; he owns a net worth of around $1 million as of June 2022.
He came into the limelight after being one of the first western journalists to be allowed to enter and report on Saddam Hussein after his deposition from the Presidency.
Ayman is recognized all over the world for his fearless reporting in the field, specializing in terrorist news all over the world. His notable coverage include the 9/11 attacks, Sharm al-Sheikh resort bombing, international conflicts like the Iraq War etc.
According to various online sources, the journalist has a net worth of around $1 million as of June 2022.
He amassed this net worth primarily from his career as a journalist reporting on the field for NBC News. He has also worked for reputed news companies like Al Jazeera and CNN.
His net worth is often compared with other journalists like Ria Chatterjee($900k), Barbara Bermudo($8 million), and Linda Schmidt.
In spite of being one of the most popular journalists of his time, the exact salary of the reporter is not available in the media as well as in tabloid sources.
On average journalists earn around $39,565 per year as per data from PayScale. Similarly, according to data from Quora, Al Jazeera journalists are paid around $10,000 a month for Doha-based staff.
Similarly, the average salary at NBC News is around $75,067 a year. In addition to this, the average salary at CNN news is around $68835 per year.
Mohyeldin worked as a desk assistant before getting major assignments after the 9/11 terror attacks. Due to his proficiency in the language and knowledge of the Middle East, he was given assignments in the Middle East relating mainly to terrorism.
Some of the major events that he reported include the Iraq War, the first multi-candidate presidential Egyptian elections in 2005, Israel's withdrawal from the Gaza Strip, and the 2005 Palestinian elections in the Gaza Strip among others.
He also passionately covered the 2011 Egyptian Revolution and was even arrested for reporting the protests of the Egyptian people against the Government of Egypt.
The acclaimed journalist has more than 137K followers on Instagram; according to Influencerbay, he earns around $254 to $436 per post from the social platform.
He is a well-known personality and due to his good public image, he may be the choice for various brands and companies for marketing and advertisement purposes.
Despite being one of the most well-regarded journalists of his generation, there is no information about his cars and houses in popular media.
He may live in extravagant houses and lavish cars but is yet to open up the details regarding his assets.
Similarly, the news reporter may also pay hefty amounts in taxes due to his high-income rate. Mohyeldin may pay vehicle, property, and income taxes according to the laws of his county and state.
He takes high-risk reporting in the field and has to face terrorists and bombs, guns, and artillery while reporting on the field he is sure to have insurance for her health, body, life, and property but the plans and policies are not available.
He may also be heavily involved in various charities and philanthropic organizations however, the information regarding his involvement financially or otherwise is not available in the media.
Ayman Mohyeldin was born in Cairo, Egypt, on April 18, 1979, to Medhat Mohyeldin and Abla Awwad.
Well, Ayman holds Egyptian-American nationality and hails of Egyptian descent.
He has an older brother named Ahmed Mohyeldin who is a neurosurgeon.
As of June 2022, his age is 43 and has a height of 6 feet 2 inches (189 cm).
He went to North Cobb High School and later attended American University, graduating with a BA degree.
Mohyeldin is married to Kenza Fourati as of May 2019. The couple married on April 26, 2016, in an intimate ceremony held in Marietta, Georgia.
The duo shares a daughter named Dora Fourati Mohyeldin, born on March 12, 2017. In April 2019, the journalist also welcomed another child.