Ayman Mohyeldin Biography
Ayman Mohyeldin is an American journalist presently working as a news correspondent at MSNBC in New York City. Currently, he serves as the host for “MSNBC Live with Ayman Mohyeldin” which is aired on weekday afternoons on MSNBC.
How old is Ayman Mohyeldin? – Age
Mohyeldin is 44 years old as of 2023. He was born on April 18, 1979, in Kairo, Egypt, where he also grew up.
How tall is Ayman Mohyeldin? – Height
The news reporter stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m) tall.
Ayman Mohyeldin Mother, Father – Family
Ayman was born in Cairo to a Palestinian mother, Alba Awwad and an Egyptian father, Medhat Mohyeldin. His father works as a certified public accountant in Marietta. In addition, he grew up with his elder brother, Ahmed who is a resident neurosurgeon at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Centre.
Ayman Mohyeldin’s Education
Mohyeldin attended North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Georgia for his Secondary studies. He later attended and graduated from the American University in Washington, D.C. with a BA in International Relations with a focus on the European Union. He later earned an MA in International Politics with a concentration in Peace and Conflict Resolution.
Is Ayman Mohyeldin Married? – Wife
Ayman has been married to his beautiful wife, Model, Kenza Fourati, for quite a long time now. Together the couple has been blessed with two children Dora and Idris Fourati.
Mohyeldin is a renowned journalist currently working as a news reporter for MSNBC. Here, he hosts the “MSNBC Live with Ayman Mohyeldin” on weekday afternoons. He is known to have covered major news events in the Middle East and Arab World, such as the Iraq War and Israel’s withdrawal from Gaza.
Likewise, he documented the 2005 attacks of Jordanian hotels and Sharm al-Sheikh resort. After conducting the first interview with Col. Muammar al-Gaddafi, he became the first journalist to enter one of Libya’s nuclear research facilities. He also worked on the NBC News Special as an associate producer.
Moreover, both his and Sherine Tadros’s reporting are captured in the documentary “The War Around Us.” Additionally, he gave details about the tunnels that were used to move weapons and people between Gaza and Egypt. These days, the tunnels are a vital source of food, fuel, and medical supplies for Gaza.
Furthermore, he reported extensively about the 2013 second “Arab Uprising” in Egypt. Before joining MSNBC, he covered the 2011 Egyptian Revolution for Al Jazeera English. Notably, he reported on the Egyptian protests as demonstrators and Egyptian police fought for possession of the 6th October Bridge.
Citing his journalism career, Ayman has an estimated net worth of $1 Million. He also receives an annual salary that ranges between $40,000 to $110,500 (Approx.).
- Emmy Award
- Edward R. Murrow Award
- George Polk Award
You can find and follow Mohyeldin on Twitter using the account name: @AymanM