Benjamin Hall Biography/Journalist
Benjamin Hall is a British Correspondent and Author working for Fox News since rejoining the station in the year 2015. He works as a State Department correspondent based in Washington, D.C. for Fox News Channel (FNC).
Benjamin Hall Date of Birth / Birthday
Hall is 39 years old as of 2021. He was born on July 23, 1982, in London, England. He, therefore, celebrates his birthday on the 23rd of July every year.
Benjamin Hall Measurements/Height
Hall stands at a height of approximately 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m).
Benjamin Hall Partner/Wife
Hall is married to his lovely spouse, Alicia Meller. Alicia is in charge of the international development of the Australian fashion and shoe brand “Senso”.
Benjamin Hall Kids/Children
Hall and his wife Alicia Meller take pride in being mom and dad to their 3 children, whose identities are currently under review.
Benjamin Hall Relatives/ Family
Hall was raised in London, as a dual citizen, holding both United Kingdom and United States passports. He was raised in the United States. He has managed to keep information about his family away from the public, however, we will update the information once it’s available.
Benjamin Hall Schooling/Education
Hall is a proud alumnus of the City of London School, Ampleforth College, Richmond University in London, Duke University, and the University of the Arts, London. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Richmond University. From the University of the Arts, London, he earned a postgraduate diploma in television journalism.
Benjamin Hall Fox News
Hall serves at Fox News as a Washington, D.C.-based State Department correspondent. Since joining the station, he has covered everything from the wars in Gaza and Afghanistan to the front lines in Iraq and Syria during the battle against ISIS. Recently, he has done extensive coverage on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, including being an anchor of primetime special hours from Lviv and Kyiv, Ukraine.
Before taking his current position, he was working as a foreign correspondent based in London, England, where he reported on President Biden’s first overseas trip to Europe. Also, he covered the first overseas trip of President Trump to Saudi Arabia. Hall has also traveled to Singapore for the 2019 summit between Kim Jong Un(North Korean leader) and President Trump. He was also a contributor to Fox News’ coverage of Prince Philip’s funeral, as well as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding. Hall has done reports on elections in many countries and had exclusive interviews with presidents, foreign ministers, and prime ministers. Also, ISIS prisoners, United States commanders, and survivors of the genocide against Uighurs in China.
Hall has covered various breaking stories including multiple terror attacks, from Paris to Nice, Brussels, Istanbul, and Munich. Other breaking stories that he has covered include the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the Russian poisoning of dissidents, the release of US prisoners abroad, BLN protests, and the origins and fallout of the global pandemic. Additionally, he has covered, negotiations between the Iran and United States ahead of the nuclear agreement and the use of chemical weapons by the Assad regime.
Benjamin Hall Profession
Hall works as a correspondent on Fox News. Before joining Fox News, Hall was working in the Middle East and Africa as a war correspondent. Hall has been a writer for Sunday Times, the New York Times, BBC, Agence France Presse, The London Times, Esquire Magazine, and Playboy. He has also been a reporter for the British TV stations, Channel 4 and ITN.
Benjamin Hall Income
Hall receives an annual income ranging between $30,000 and $90,000.
Benjamin Hall Net Worth
Through Hall’s career as a Correspondent and Author, he has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges between $1million and $1.5 million.
Benjamin Hall Book
Other than working on TV, Hall also is an author. In the year 2015, Center Street of Hachette Book Group published his book, “Inside ISIS, The Brutal Rise of a Terrorist Army.”
Benjamin Hall Injuries
Benjamin Hall, the Fox News correspondent who was seriously injured when his vehicle came under fire outside Kyiv in 2021, is now safe and being treated outside of Ukraine, the network said. Mr. Hall, 39, was injured in the same attack that killed a Fox News cameraman, Pierre Zakrzewski, 55, and a young Ukrainian journalist, Oleksandra Kuvshynova, 24, who had been working alongside the Fox News reporting team.
Benjamin Hall Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
Hall is active on his social media accounts. He has about 2,400 followers on his Facebook Page, about 57,055 followers on his Twitter account, and around 19,180 followers on his Instagram account.