Clarissa Ward Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Clarissa Ward is a TV writer from the United States. She is as of now positioned in London as a CNN boss worldwide reporter. Prior to joining CNN, she worked for CBS News in London and ABC News in Moscow as a news writer. Clarissa Ward’s honor winning inclusion of worldwide clash traverses 15 years.

She won Emmys for Outstanding Investigative Reporting in a Newscast and Outstanding Breaking News Coverage in the year 2020. On All Fronts: The Education of a Journalist, her latest book, accounts her vocation as a widely acclaimed struggle correspondent and how she has seen the savage reshaping of the globe very close. Ward, with her extraordinary affectability, figures out how to impart even the most troublesome stories.

Ward will be 40 years of age in 2020, having been born on January 30, 1980, in New York City, United States. Clarissa, an American columnist, is of European plummet and white family. Ward’s progenitors hail from both London and New York. Rodney Ward and Donna Ward are her folks. She has not yet shared the remainder of her youth subtleties, just as data about her kin, to people in general. She holds a privileged specialist of letters degree from Middlebury College and a Yale University certificate.

Clarissa Ward Biography

Real Name Clarissa Ward
Birth Date 31 January 1980
Age (as of 2021) 41 Years
Birth Place New York, New York, United States
Nationality American
Profession Journalist
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Aquarius

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 5’ 11” – in Centimeters – 180 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 63 kg  –  in Pounds –  138 lbs
Body Measurements 35-24-35
Bra Size 32A
Waist Size 24 inches
Hips Size 35 inches
Shoe Size 8 (U.S.)
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Blue
Body Type Slim


Father Rodney Ward
Mother Donna Ward
Sister Not Known
Brother Not Known


School Not Known
College Yale University

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Instagram @clarissawardcnn
Twitter @clarissaward
Husband Philipp von Bernstorff
Children Ezra Albrecht Nikolas Nour

Ward started her position at Fox News in 2003 as an overnight work area aide. Ward filled in as a task editorial manager for Fox News in New York City from 2004 to 2005. She dealt with the worldwide work area, overseeing inclusion for stories including Saddam Hussein’s catch, the Indian Ocean tidal wave, and Yasir Arafat’s and Pope John Paul II’s demises. Ward filled in as a field maker for Fox News in 2006. She covered the Israeli-Lebanese conflict, the catch of Gilad Shalit and following Israeli military activity in Gaza, Saddam Hussein’s preliminary, and the Iraqi sacred choice in 2005. Ward filled in as an ABC News reporter in Moscow from October 2007 to October 2010. She covered all ABC News shows and stages from Russia, including “World News with Charles Gibson,” “Nightline,” and “Great Morning America,” just as ABC News Radio and ABC News Now.

Ward covered the Russian official decisions while on task in Russia. She was in Georgia at the hour of Russia’s intrusion of the nation’s property. Ward was positioned in Beirut and filled in as a Fox News columnist before October 2007. She covered Saddam Hussein’s death, the 2007 Iraq War troop flood, the fights at Beirut Arab University, and the 2007 Bikfaya blasts. General David Petraeus, Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Barham Salih, and Lebanese President Emile Lahoud were among individuals she met. She additionally invested energy in Iraq, most quite in Baqubah, close by the US troops.

Ward’s CBS profession started in October 2011 as an unfamiliar news journalist for the organization. Starting in January 2014, she functioned as a fill-in anchor on CBS This Morning and was a supporter for an hour. Ward and her partners confronted expert marksman fire and aeronautical besieging in Aleppo, Syria, for their initial an hour examination in 2012, to introduce one of the principal reports investigating the spread of Islamic radicalism inside the resistance. Ward canvassed the uprising in Egypt in July 2013, shooting in a similar area where CBS reporter Lara Logan had been physically attacked a couple of years prior.

She covered the Syrian uprising, Chinese social liberties campaigner Chen Guangcheng’s visit at the US Embassy in Beijing and related US-China exchanges, and the 2014 Ukrainian transformation. Ward joined CNN on September 21, 2015, and will report across the entirety of the organization’s foundation. She will keep on working in London. In view of her 10+ long periods of involvement as a conflict journalist, she tended to at a United Nations Security Council meeting on the circumstance in the common conflict torn Aleppo on August 8, 2016. Ward was named CNN’s primary unfamiliar journalist in July 2018, succeeding Christiane Amanpour. She was one of the primary Western columnists to investigate life in Taliban-controlled locale of Afghanistan in 2019.

Ward and her group were purportedly under observation in the Central African Republic in May 2019, as indicated by data delivered in August 2020. She uncovered how Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) individuals followed Alexei Navalny for quite a long time, including soon before his harming in August 2020, in a joint examination by The Insider and Bellingcat as a team with CNN and Der Spiegel in December 2020. Nearby media pummeled Ward’s announcing in Myanmar in 2021, calling it “parachute news-casting” that “fills no need other than pursuing better appraisals” and putting the lives and groups of 11 of her meeting subjects in risk. Ward shrouded the Taliban flood in Afghanistan in August 2021, incorporating interviews with Taliban pioneers and individuals on the forefronts.

Ward wedded German Count Philipp von Bernstorff in November 2016 at London’s Chelsea Old Town Hall, whom she met at an evening gathering in Moscow in 2007. Ezra Albrecht Nikolas Nour, their lone youngster, was born to them.

CNN anchorperson compensations range from $33,774 to $112,519 each year all things considered. Starting at 2021, her total assets is accepted to be between $1 million and $5 million.

Ward gives an exceptional viewpoint on female backbone, fortitude, and fear in disaster areas. Ward, who knows seven dialects and has worked in Syria, Egypt, and Afghanistan, has been situated in Baghdad, Beirut, Beijing, and Moscow.

She was respected for her work on the examination concerning Jamal Khashoggi’s demise. She has won numerous Peabody and Murrow grants as CNN’s Chief International Correspondent and has revealed for Fox, CBS, and ABC.

Ward has been respected with seven Emmy Awards, two George Foster Peabody Awards, an Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award, two Edward R. Murrow Awards for recognized news coverage, respects from the Radio and Television Correspondents’ Association, the 2016 David Kaplan Award from the Overseas Press Club, and the International Center for Journalists’ Excellence in International Reporting Award.