Who is Lana Zak?
Lana Zak is an American broadcast journalist working as an evening anchor as well as the main weekend anchor for CBS News. She joined ABC in January 2020. She was previously working at ABC News as a political correspondent and reporter.
Lana Zak Age
Zak is 42 years old as of 2022. She was born on December 29, 1979 in Bettendorf, Iowa, Korea.
Zak stands at an average height of 5 feet 4 inches.
Lana Zak Parents
Zak has never shared information about her family, she has always mentioned that she will thank her mother and family members for supporting her in her education and career path.
Lana Zak Husband
Zak is married to Seth Andrew. They hosted a private wedding ceremony on 21 August 2004, at Roger Williams Park in Providence with just their closest friends, family, and loved ones on the guest list. The couple has three children together.
Zak graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Journalism-Mass Communications. She holds a Master of Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School.
Lana Zak Salary
Zak earns around $59,500 every year. Her exact salary figure is still not available but will be updated soon.
Lana Zak’s Net Worth
Zak has an estimated net worth of $150,000. She has earned this figure from her successful journalism career. Her exact net worth figure will be updated soon.
Lana Zak CBS News
Lana started her professional career as an anchor producer for Diane Sawyer, eventually advancing to the position of ABC News Special Units’ supervising producer. Her work has been featured in every media imaginable, including television, radio, publishing, and the Internet.
She set a record as the first girl to climb the towers of the famed George Washington Bridge while working as a producer for Bob Woodruff. Lana came to CBS News from ABC News, where she worked as a White House Press Corps member.
She documented the Trump and Obama governments and the Supreme Court as a Washington correspondent. She covered every swing state run up to the election during the 2016 general elections of the United States.
Lana has covered important big news headlines for CBS, including the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg and the election results for 2020.
Before the Georgia Senate’s second round of voting, then-Senate candidate Jon Ossoff promised Lana that he would “accept the results of the election” regardless of what happens to the outcome.
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Lana Zak Nationality
Zak was born in Korea and raised in Iowa, USA. She holds the American nationality