Leland Vittert Married, Biography, Wiki, Parents, Age
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Leland Vittert is an American Emmy nominated news journalist who received much acclaim for his coverage of the Freddie Gray riots in Baltimore. Vittert is best known for his work for the Fox News Channel in Washington D.C.

Journalists make a living by covering events that affect other people, but ironically they can be very secretive themselves.

They have little time to give interviews when they are constantly on the road to interview one person or another. This has caused many curious minds to wonder what their own lives are like.

In this article we have done detailed research on Leland Vittert and collected all the little information there is to know about him. Thank you later…

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Leland Vittert Biography Wiki, Parents Age

His exact birthday is not known, but we can confirm that Leland Vittert was born in 1982 in Illinois. He was raised in St Louis, Missouri.

His parents Carol Vittert and Mark Vittert named him after the town of Leland in Michigan, a place they fell in love with.

Leland has a sister named Liberty Vittert, who is a television chef specializing in American cuisine. She is also a professor of mathematics at Glasgow University in Scotland.

Leland was one of those babies who survived a complicated birth.

In an interview with the Denver Post in 2009, Leland revealed that his nickname “Lucky” was due to the complications surrounding his birth.

In that interview, Leland revealed that he was born with a C-section and that his umbilical cord had wrapped around his neck.

“My nickname is Lucky.” I was born with a C-section and I was closed in a knot with the umbilical cord around my neck. The doctor said, “This is a lucky baby. So for 18 years, I was known as Lucky.”

After surviving a complicated birth, Leland was unable to speak for the first three years of his life. Imagine your child not being able to speak on his third birthday.

This caused his parents great concern, but the doctors remained calm and assured them that he would speak when he was ready.

You can bet that his parents could not believe that their son would live on a job that requires a lot of talking, even from a fortune teller.

“I didn’t talk for the first three years of my life. Not one word,” Leland said to Bill Husted of the Denver Post. He added, “I don’t know. I just haven’t talked. My parents were worried and took me to doctors and said I would talk when I was ready. And now look at me.”


Leland attended the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, graduating in 2005 with a degree in Major Economics and Broadcast Journalism.

Between 2003 and 2004, when he was at Northwestern University, Leland enrolled at the London School of Economics and Political Science.


Leland began his reporting career as an intern at KTVI-TV (FOX 2) in St. Louis, MO. He then began working for WFTV-TV (ABC 9) in Orlando, FL.

A year after graduating college in 2006, Leland was nominated for an Emmy Award for his coverage of Officer Bishop’s Clearing in Orlando, FL. The officer had been wrongly accused of rape.

Leland has also gained experience working for networks such as KATV-TV (ABC 7) in Little Rock, AR, KNWA-TV (NBC 50) in Fayetteville, AR, and WMTV-TV (NBC 15) in Madison, WI.

He has also worked as a presenter for KDVR-TV (FOX 31) in Denver, CO.

Leland joined Fox News Channel in 2010. After working as a Middle East news correspondent in Jerusalem for four years, he returned to Washington as a presenter and correspondent.

Among the major events, he has covered are Operation Pillar of Cloud, the 2012 war between Israel and Hamas, and Leland reported live from Tahrir Square in Cairo the night Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak left power.

He reported on political power shifts in Benghazi, Libya.

In addition to his work as a presenter at Fox, Leland frequently hosts shows such as Fox and Friends, America’s Newsroom, and Happening Now.

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Leland Vittert Married

Leland is a handsome man in many ways. Shortly after his arrival in Denver in 2007, he won the coveted Westwood Best Hair on a TV Anchor Award. He is 5 ft 10 inches tall.

In the 2009 Denver Post interview mentioned above, Leland revealed that he is single.

When asked what his idea of perfect happiness was, Leland said

“If I could get a model from Victoria’s Secret to fall in love with me and be on the beach with her in a margarita. . . . . .it would be almost perfect happiness. ”

There is no current information on who Leland is with. However, we can confirm that he was previously involved with the CEO, Sara Scott.

Leland does not wear a wedding ring when he appears on television, so we can say with some certainty that he is single.

Check out his profile on LinkedIn and keep up to date with him on Twitter.

Quick Facts About Leland Vittert

 Birth Nation:United States of America
 Height:5 Feet 10 Inch
NameLeland Vittert
Birth NameLeland Vittert
Nick NameLeland
FatherMark Vittert
MotherCarol Vittert
Birth Place/CityUnited State
ProfessionAnchor and correspondent
Working ForFOX News Channel, KTVI-TV, KATV-TV (ABC 7)
Net Worth$1 million
Affair withNA
EducationNorthwestern University
AwardsEmmy Awards
SiblingsLiberty Vitter