Mark Evan Halperin, 52, is an author and former senior political analyst for MSNBC and Bloomberg Television as well as contributor and former co-managing editor of Bloomberg Politics.
As a writer, Halperin is the co-author of Game Change and Double Down: Game Change 2012. Both Halperin and John Heilemann were co-hosts of MSNBC and Bloomberg’s With All Due Respect, a political analysis show. Halperin also produced and co-starred in Showtime’s The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth, following the presidential candidates behind the scenes of their campaigns in the 2016 United States Presidential Election. After allegations were made about his workplace conduct, he was effectively suspended by NBC News in late October 2017.
In October 2017, after allegations were made about his workplace conduct, Halperin was effectively suspended by NBC News.
Mark Halperin Net Worth 2019: $30 million
Former MSNBC political analyst Mark Halperin has an estimated net worth of $29 million dollars, with a reported an annual income of $4 million dollars.
In 1988, Halperin started out as a desk assistant for ABC News and a researcher for World News Tonight.
In 1992, Halperin worked full-time as an off-air producer covering Bill Clinton’s presidential campaign.
In 1994, Halperin became a producer with ABC’s special events unit in New York and later an editorial producer.
In 1997, he was named the political director for ABC News.
In October 2006, Halperin released the book The Way to Win: Clinton, Bush, Rove, and How to Take the White House in 2008.
In March 2007, Halperin became a political analyst for ABC News and was replaced as political director by David Chalian.
On June 30, 2011, Halperin was suspended from his duties at MSNBC for “slurring” President Barack Obama on the program Morning Joe, saying the President came off as “kind of a dick” during the previous day’s press conference.
On October 26, 2017, CNN reported that five women had come forward and accused Halperin of sexual harassment.
Halperin released a statement, apologizing for “[pursuing] relationships with women that I worked with, including some junior to me”. However, Halperin denied pressing his genitals against a woman and grabbing another woman’s breast.
NBC News released a statement Halperin would not be returning as a contributor for the time being.
“The Circus” is all set to come back this year in April without the high-flying-journalist and its most recognizable star Mark Halperin.
Mark Halperin who was accused of sexual harassment is now dealing with the aftermath of his own scandal.