Greg Palkot is an English journalist who is working at Fox News Channel as a senior foreign affairs correspondent. For his good work, he has been able to bag an Emmy award for three times.
Greg Palkot was born in Garden City, New York State USA, however, his actual date of birth and age is missing. He was raised by father, Edward John Palkot, who is 106 years old as of now and mother Mamie. He spent most of his childhood days in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania along with his three elder siblings.
While talking about his education, he completed his schooling in 1972 from Garden City High School. While he was at the school level, he was a student reporter for Garden City News and the high school newspaper.
Then he joined Carnegie Mellon University and Columbia University for a drama study. His father celebrated his 100th birthday and joined the centenarian club in August 2013.
Greg Palkot's personal life not so much open as he has never preferred to reveal about it in the public but some of the sources has claimed him to be married. However, there is no detail and an official statement on it.
He is active in the Twitter platform where he used to share his professional life detail but never hinted single info in his romantic life. As of mid-2020, he has more than 5k followers.
Greg Palkot has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2020 which he has collected from his career as a journalist from more than three decades of career.
He started working as a correspondent for Fox News Channel back in 1998. As of now, he is serving as a London-based senior foreign affairs correspondent for the network.
Greg covers emergency response, international terrorism, and investigations from Fox’s London bureau. He reported on the grown tensions over North Korea's banned nuclear and missile programs. The reporter has traveled to North Korea to research in-depth coverage of the US and South Korean military efforts. He was also the very first reporter to enter the spider hole that found Saddam Hussein.
Previously he worked as a reporter, anchor, and producer for WABC, CBS, PBS, and CNBC. For his good work, he has been able to bag an Emmy award for three times. Also, he has received Associated Press Award and United Press International Award.