Alison Morris Bio, Wiki
Alison Morris is an American journalist at NBC News since July 2019. She is working as a news anchor at NBC News NOW, live weekdays at 4p-6pET for NBC News in New York United States. Previously, Morris worked for Fox 5 New York as the channel’s business news anchor.
Alison is fluent in French and during her free time, she regularly travels to Paris to visit friends. These are friends she made while working in Paris for The Wall Street Journal Europe. Additionally, Alison loves watching and she is a big fan of the New York Yankees.
Allison Morris Age
Alison is 43 years old and she was born on October 30, 1979, in Long Island, New York, United States. Moreover, Alison is a Long Island native and holds American citizenship where she belongs to the white ethnicity.
Allison Morris Family
Alison was born to her caring and supportive parents in Long Island, New York. She is half-French-half American as well as French on the maternal side. However, Alison keeps her parents’ information and her siblings away from the public. We are working on this section and we will give you an update when we have it in our system.
Allison Morris Education
Alison attended and graduated from Our Lady of Mercy Academy which is an all-female private Catholic college preparatory school. Furthermore, she graduated in 2001 from Yale University with a bachelor’s degree in sociology.
Alison Morris News Anchor, Msnbc, NBC News
Alison was hired by NBC in July 2019 as the network’s news anchor where she streamed NBC News NOW. Additionally, she became the weekend anchor for MSNBC in 2020. Before joining the NBC News team, Alison worked as a business reporter and anchor for Fox 5, and WNYW-TV in New York from September 2014 to July 2019.
Alison began her journalism career working as a stock market reporter and producer for CNBC Europe based in London from 2002 to 2004. She also worked as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal Europe in Paris France.
Alison returned to the United States in 2005 where she joined KDKA TV in Pittsburgh as a reporter and worked from 2005 to September 2010. She moved to FOxCT now known as WTIC-TV in Hartford, Connecticut in September 2010 where she worked as an anchor and consumer reporter. In September 2011, Alison became the evening anchor for 5 pm, 10 pm, and 11 pm News.
Alison’s NBC News Colleagues include:
Al Roker – weather anchor $ co-host
Morgan Radford – news reporter
Alison Morris – news anchor
Laura Jarrett– senior legal correspondent
Eric Zernich-morning meteorologist
Rachel DePompa-news anchor
Maggie Vespa-news anchor
Ali Vitali-White House reporter
Yamiche Alcindor-news anchor & moderator
Rachel Maddow-news program host
Meagan Fitzgerald – correspondent
Vicky Nguyen – investigative reporter and consumer correspondent
Alison Morris Kobe Bryant
Alison reported on the death of retired basketball player Kobe Bryant on January 26, 2020, on MSNBC. Kobe was one of nine people killed in a helicopter crash earlier that day. However, while referring to Bryant’s former team the Los Angeles Lakers, Alison verbally stumbled and said “Los Angeles Nakers”, where she immediately self-correcting to “Los Angeles Lakers”.
This later caused many people to accuse her of using a racial slur. She denied it by saying that she had stuttered, combining the words “Knicks” and “Lakers” into “Nakers. However, the controversy gained over 184,000 signatures in a petition to have her fired where the fact-checking service Politifact was forced to clarify that she was not actually fired.
While speaking about the backlash in an interview on Democratic strategist Michael Starr Hopkins’ podcast, Alison said that the whole thing was so bad and there were so many things about it that were bad. She quickly responded to the backlash by saying that people should know that she didn’t and that she would never use a racist term and apologize for the confusion it had caused.
While reflecting on the incident, Alison says it was such a hard time for her because first; she wouldn’t say it, and secondly; she didn’t say it, and third; friends, family, and people who had no idea what was going on were wondering why are people tweeting Alison that as racist? What is going on? She felt so bad for everyone that just got dragged into something that was just such a mess.
Alison Morris Long Hair, Haircut
Alison is a stylish woman and when it comes to her hairstyle she likes to be short. She looks gorgeous with her platinum punk short hair. While making her hair, Alison says she is obsessed with three products: Bumble & Bumble Bb. Texture Hair(un)dressing cream, obsessed with three products: Bumble & Bumble Bb. Texture Hair(un)dressing cream as well as Living proof flex shaping hairspray.
Alison Morris Height
Alison appears to be tall relative to her surroundings. She stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) tall.
Alison Morris Husband, Married
Alison is married to her husband Scott Roslyn. Scott is a businessman and serves as the CEO of a media strategy and a firm design firm in New York City. Scott and Alison exchanged marriage vows and married in 2013. They are yet to share if they both have kids together we will update you once we have detailed information. The couple currently is living in Manhattan.
Alison Morris Salary, Net Worth
She earns her income working as a news anchor at NBC News and MSNBC in New York. Alison receives an average salary of $112, 540 annually and has an estimated net worth of $1.6 million. Notably, Alison has been in the journalism industry since two 2002 which is almost two decades in professional journalism.
Where Is Alison Morris Now
Alison has been in NBC News since July 2019 working as a news anchor for NBC News Now. Also, she is the weekend anchor for MSNBC since January 2020. Before NBC News and MSNBC, Alison worked for Fox 5 New York in New York, NY.
Is Alison Morris Married
Alison is wedded to her husband, Scott Roslyn, the CEO of a media strategy and a firm design firm, and a businessman in New York City in 2013.