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Who is Nicolle Wallace?

Nicolle Wallace (February 4, 1972) is an American television host and author. She is known for her work as the anchor of the MSNBC news and politics program Deadline: White House and a former co-host of the ABC daytime talk show The View.

As a political analyst for MSNBC and NBC News, she is a frequent on-air contributor to the programs TodayThe 11th Hour with Brian Williams, and Morning Joe.

Nicolle Wallace Biography, Wiki

Nicolle Wallace was born on 4 February 1972 and her birthplace is Orange County, California, United States.

Nicolle is also popular for her work as the anchor of the MSNBC news and a former co-host of the ABC daytime talk show The View and politics program Deadline: White House.

Nicolle is a frequent on-air contributor to the programs Today, Morning Joe, and The 11th Hour with Brian Williams as a political analyst for MSNBC and NBC News.

She is an approx 50-Year-Old. She celebrates her birthday every year. Her full name is Nicolle Devenish but She is well known as Nicolle Wallace. Her Father and her Mother’s Name, Boyfriend’s Name gave on this page. If you know more details then continue to read this article and know all details Here.

Nicolle Wallace Biography Wikipedia
Nicolle Wallace
Real NameNicolle Devenish
Nick Name Nicolle 
Full NameNicolle Devenish
Profession television host and author
ZodiacNot Known
EthnicityNot Known
Marital StatusMarried
Boyfriend/Husband NameMark Wallace
 Physical Status 
Age50 Years Old
Height (Approx.)5 feet 6 inches
Weight (Approx.)Not Known
Measurement (Approx.)Not Known
Eye ColourNot Known
Hair ColourNot Known
Personal Information
Date of Birth 4 February 1972
Birth PlaceOrange County, California, United States
Current CityNot Known
ReligionNot Known
NationalityAmerican
Education Miramonte High School, Northwestern University, Medill School of Journalism, and UC Berkeley
Family Background
Father NameNot Known
Mother NameNot Known
Siblings NameNot Known
Career
Source Of IncomeNot Known
Net WorthNot Known

Nicolle Wallace Career

Nicolle Wallace had a brief stint as an on-air reporter in California. She eventually got involved in California state politics, which marked the beginning of her political career.

She gained prominence in politics in 1999, when she became the press secretary for the governor of Florida, Jeb Bush. The following year, Wallace was appointed as the communications director of the Florida State Technology Office. She was part of the 2000 Florida election recount.

When George W. Bush was elected as the 43rd U.S. president in 2001, Nicolle Wallace was appointed as the special assistant to the president and the director of media affairs at the White House. She was primarily involved in structuring regional strategies.

In 2003, Wallace was named the communications director of Bush’s 2004 re-election campaign. She adopted a non-aggressive strategy to promote the campaign, and her press strategies had an impact despite not being offensive. Wallace’s work was highly appreciated. Her White House associate and presidential political advisor Mark McKinnon, too, praised her political skills.

During Bush’s second term, which began in January 2005, Wallace assumed her duties as the White House communications director. She, however, stepped down from the position in July the following year and relocated to New York to join her husband, who was then serving as the representative of Bush’s administration at the United Nations.

As a senior advisor, a top spokesperson, and a defender of John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign, Wallace made several appearances on various cable news shows, promoting the candidate.

In 2010, Wallace’s first novel, Eighteen Acres, was released. The title of the book was a reference to the 18-acre area of the White House complex. Eighteen Acres told a fictional success story of three influential female characters: the first female U.S. president, her chief of staff, and a White House correspondent.

The sequel to the book, It’s Classified, was released in September 2011. The sequel was inspired by Wallace’s real-life experiences while she was serving as the senior advisor to McCain’s presidential campaign.

Actor Sarah Paulson portrayed Wallace in the Jay Roach-directed 2012 HBO political drama film Game Change. It was an adaptation of the 2010 book of the same name authored by political journalists Mark Halperin and John Heilemann.

The film majorly focused on McCain’s presidential campaign. Thus, Wallace’s portrayal got considerable screen space and showcased her resentment with the candidate’s running mate, former Alaska governor Sarah Palin.

As announced on September 3, 2014, Wallace began co-hosting the 18th season of the ABC talk show The View, alongside Rosie Perez, 12 days later. She quit the show after the season ended. Reportedly, Wallace was hastily dismissed from the show, as the producers did not find her argumentative enough.

After The View, Wallace began her stint as a political analyst for NBC News and its cable network, MSNBC. She also contributed to and made several guest appearances on the MSNBC shows The 11th Hour with Brian Williams and Morning Joe and the NBC program Today Show.

Wallace released her third novel, Madam President, in April 2015. The following year, she revealed that she had not cast her vote in the 2008 presidential election because of the controversy surrounding Sarah Palin. The latter was a vice-president candidate for John McCain that year.

In November 2016, Wallace was the analyst for MSNBC’s live coverage of the poll results. From May 9 the following year, she began hosting the MSNBC program Deadline: White House.

Wallace has been a critic of President Donald Trump and his administration. However, in August 2019, she had to apologize for making a false statement on her show about how the president was contemplating “exterminating Latinos.”

Nicolle Wallace Husband

Wallace married American businessman, former diplomat, and lawyer Mark Wallace in 2005. In 2012, the couple had a son.

Nicolle Wallace with husband Mark Wallace
Nicolle Wallace with husband Mark Wallace

In February 2013, both Wallace and her husband publicly supported the legalization of same-sex marriage in an amicus curiae brief submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court. She and Mark divorced in 2019.

Nicolle Wallace Net Worth

Nicolle has an estimated net worth of $3 million dollars as of 2020. This includes her assets, money, and income. Her primary source of income is her career as a political commentator, author, anchor, television host, and chief political analyst.

Through her various sources of income, Nicolle has been able to accumulate good fortune but prefers to lead a modest lifestyle.

Nicolle Wallace FAQ’s

Q. Is Nicolle Wallace Age?

Ans. Her age is 50 years.

Q. Where is the Born of Nicolle Wallace?

Ans. Orange County, California, United States.

Q.What is the name of Nicolle Wallace’s Father?

Ans. Her father’s name is not known.

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