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Carter Evans was born on June 18, 1975, in Honolulu, Hawaii, in the United States.
He is a journalist hailing from America and a Los-Angeles based correspondent of CBS News. He has worked as a freelance correspondent with CBS Newspath and as a freelance correspondent with CBS affiliate KGMB (Honolulu, Hawaii).
Carter Evans, the journalist, has managed to create a name for himself as a leading news anchor and reporter from Honolulu, Hawaii. He was married to Courtney Friel from 2005–2016, with whom he had two kids, Cameron Kaiulani Evans and Cash Hudson Evans. Carter rose to fame for his coverage of the Christopher Dorner shooting.
The journalist Carter Evans' net worth is estimated to be around $10 million. This includes Carter Evans' assets, property, as well as earnings. The majority of his earnings are from his prime profession, which is journalism.
Carter Evans' annual earnings are estimated to be around $100,000.
Journalist Carter Evans' height is around 5 ft 10 in (175 cm).
Carter Evans, the popular journalist, will turn 47 in 2022. He celebrates his birthday every year on June 18.
Carter Evans was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, in the United States of America, on June 18, 1975. Carter attended the Punahou School and graduated from there in 1994. He was enrolled at Ithaca College, from where he got his graduation degree. He received his bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism. He was a minor in Philosophy as well.
Carter Evans had married the weekend anchor at KTLA, Courtney Friel, in May 2005. Evans has two children from her, a son named Cash Hudson Evans, born on January 1, 2011, and a daughter born on April 6, 2012, named Cameron Kaiulani Evans. Carter and Courtney separated later on after 11 years of marriage in 2016. Courtney later married Jim Hecht. Carter married Lauren Lyster, a reporter at KTLA, in August 2018. It was a private wedding, and the celebration was held at Duke's Malibu in Malibu, California. Carter and Lauren, for their honeymoon, went to Duke's Malibu.
Carter, in 1995, served as a freelance reporter for KGMB, a CBS affiliate in Honolulu, Hawaii. Carter Evans shifted to Los Angeles as he started working as a reporter at KCBS-TV/KCAL-TV. Carter was the one who covered the death of President Ronald Reagan as well as his state funeral. Carter later became an anchor after moving to New York for WNYW/WWOR-TV.
He also started working as a freelance correspondent, covered the California wildfires as well as worked for CBS MoneyWatch for CBS Newspath. Evans then became a reporter for CNN Newsource and started serving as the CNN's financial Q&A program, The Help Desk's rotating host, and also carried out the task of doing over 20 live shoots per day.
Journalist Carter Evans covered the 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami, 2010 BP oil spill, Hurricane Irene of 2011, and the September 11 attacks' 10th anniversary. According to the Stock Exchange Trading Floor of New York, Carter Evans also reported the Financial crisis of the years 2007-2008, called the Great Recession. For E! News, Carter Evans was the reporter on the red carpet. He also went to host the E! News' Golden Globes' countdown show in 2004.
Carter Evans currently lives in New York, working as a custom live reporter. He works with almost 800 CNN Newsource affiliates. Evans works for CNN International from the NASDAQ floor in Times Square. He works for CNN as well.
Carter Evans has also played significant roles in a handful of movies like the Zodiac in 2007 and Jikirag.
Carter Evans was named the Los Angeles-based correspondent of CBS News in February 2013. He covers almost every major and serious international as well as a national story. He was recognized for his coverage of the shooting by the former LAPD officer, Christopher Dorner, in February 2013. Apart from this, Evans was the only reported present on the scene of closing in on Dorner by the authorities after a serious investigation carried out in Big Bear, in California.
Carter Evans has several nominations under his name. He was nominated for Daytime Emmy Awards in 2019 for the Outstanding Morning Program for CBS This Morning of 1992. He was again nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a Newscast in 2018 for Las Vegas Massacre, CBS Evening News with Scott Pelly in 2011, CBS This Morning in 1992, and was also nominated for an Emmy again in 2017 Outstanding Coverage of a Breaking News Story in a News Magazine for the episode of Muhammad Ali: Remembering a Legend in 48 Hours in 1988.
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