Matthew Chance Biography
Matthew Chance wife, Daughter
He is a married man to his lovely wife. His wife’s name is not known as of the moment. They have been blessed with a daughter named Anna Chance.
Matthew Chance Education
He did his high school education and graduated. Matthew then joined the University of London where he graduated with a BA in Archaeology and art.
Matthew Chance Salary
His annual salary is estimated to be between $40,000 to $105,370. The figures given are not the exact amount that he earns it’s just an estimate.
Matthew Chance Parents
Details about his family are not available. From research done it seems that he has been very private about his family as there is no information that tells who they are.
Matthew Chance Height, Weight
He is estimated to be at the normal height of 5 feet 9 inches tall. (EST)
Matthew Chance Career-Wikipedia
He started out his career in journalism a long time ago. Matthew was actually among the people held by Colonel Gaddafi at the Rixos al Nasr hotel in Tripoli, Libya. He has covered the news that had made him top up on his career.
In 2001 he did the war that was in Afghanistan, the bombing that occurred in London in 2005, the Beslan school hostage crisis, the Beslan school hostage crisis, and 2005 the Pakistan earthquake. Those are just some of the stories he has covered. He got to interview Vladimir Putin who is a Russian leader.
He joined CNN in 2001 she was replacing Steve Harrigan who left and joined FOX News. Matthew also led the investigation in Ukraine about their war with Russia. He was living in Kyiv when it all started when the Russians airstrikes around the capital of Ukraine.
He was still alive when there was an intense firefight that occurred between the two countries and was also an eyewitness to the aftermath of the battle.
Matthew Chance Net Worth
His net worth is estimated to be around $ 1 million or maybe more than that.
(@mchancecnn) March 21, 2022
Essential viewing: @mchancecnn from 2015 onboard the now out-of-action Moskva.
“A powerful symbol” sent by a “furious Russian President” after a Russian aircraft was downed by Turkish planes during the Syrian conflict.
Imagine that President’s fury now.https://t.co/48Fwm6w8z3 pic.twitter.com/9vwOfMPELJ
— Chris Alemany 🇺🇦 🇨🇦 🇪🇸 (@chrisalecanada) April 14, 2022