|Full Name||Peter Marvin Alexander|
|Birth Name||Peter Marvin Alexander|
|Father Name||David Alexander|
|Mother Name||Terry Pink|
|No Of Children||2|
|Date of Birth||July 29,1976|
Peter Alexander is an American journalist who is currently serving for NBC News as a national correspondent. Also, he is co-anchor of NBC's program named Today alongside Dylan Dreyer and Kristen Welker.
Peter Alexander was born as Peter Marvin Alexander on July 29, 1976, in Oakland, California. He is the son of Terry Pink and David Alexander(attorney). As of 2020, he is 44 years old.
He was raised alongside two siblings: Kevin Alexander and Rebecca Alexander. Also, he has a half-sister, Lauren from his father's another marriage. His younger sister, Rebecca is an author and psychotherapist. As per some of the sources, his sister was diagnosed with Usher Syndrome type III in her childhood.
Regarding education, he has completed his graduation from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in the year 1998. He was later selected for the Undergraduate Scholarship for international students and also for the Peter Alexander Medill Cherub Scholarship.
The 44 years old Peter Alexander is a married man. He shared the wedding vows in April 2012 in Washington, D.C with Alison Starling, an anchor at WJLA-TV.
They first met while both of them were working in Seattle. After some years of their dating relationship, they got engaged in Paris in the year 2011.
Together the pair shares two daughters. As of now, the family of four reside in he suburbs of Washington D.C.
Peter Alexander has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2020. He is supposed to receive around $70,516 per annum as his salary from his career as a journalist.
He joined NBC News in the year 2004 and since then serving as a national correspondent. In late 2012, he became NBC News White House correspondent. Some of his notable breaking news events are the live coverage of the Virginia Tech shooting and Miracle on the Hudson.
Also, he has worked as a Sports host who has covered the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and the 2010 Winter Olympics. In October 2018, he became the co-anchor for the morning program, Today.