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Explore Jon Scott's Net Worth, Career, Married Life, and Kids!!!

Riddhi Published On Tue Jul 21 2020   Modified On Tue Jul 21 2020
Explore Jon Scott's Net Worth, Career, Married Life, and Kids!!!

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    Jon Scott whose full name is Jonathan Arthur Scott is an American news anchor who is very famous for co-hosting Happening Now and Fox News Watch for the Fox News Channel. His career got huge limelight after he covered the 11/11 attack.

    Jon Scott: Age & Bio  

    Jon Scott was born as Jonathan Arthur Scott on November 7, 1958, in Denver, Colorado. He is of American nationality while his ethnicity is unknown.

    He was raised alongside his brother who fought in the Vietnam War as an infantryman.

    Talking about his education, he completed his schooling from Denver Lutheran High School.

    His Career and Net Worth

    Jon Scott who has spent more than three-decade of his career as a journalist has earned a huge amount. As of 2020, his net worth is calculated to be around $2 million. As per some of the sources, he is supposed to earn around $74 thousand per annum.

    Jon Scott has $2 million net worth

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    While talking about his career, he started his career after working for KOMU-TV as a correspondent. Following this, he serves for WPLG-TV, KUSA-TV.

    His career became notable after he served for American reality legal show Dateline NBC. In 1996 he joined Fox News and since then working over there.

    Who Is Jon Scott Married Too?

    The 61 years old Jon Scott is married to NBC's executive, Sharon Scott. 

    Together the pair hs shared four kids; however, the names of thier kids are yet to be disclosed. One of thier sons graduated from United States Military Academy.

    As of now, the pair are leading a very happy married life without any bad rumors in thier relationship.

    Controversy

    Jon Scott was dragged into controversy in Aroil 2017 after he stated

    Just an aside to the Muslim community, if you don't want to be portrayed in a negative light, maybe don't burn people alive and set off bombs and things like that.

    Critics called this statement fallacy in which specifics were incorrectly generalized.  

    Howard Kurtz criticized Scott in 2009 for plagiarizing the Republican Party Press Release about the American Recovery and Reinvestment Acto of 2009. His content had the same typographical errors as the press release and didn't acknowledge its source. Scott later acknowledged his mistake and revealed that he forgot to correct the error.