American journalist Kaylee Hartung now serves as ABC News Correspondent based in Los Angeles. She joined the network as a New York-based Correspondent in July 2019. She earned recognition for her work on the top news media including CNN and ESPN. She has covered some big sports events while working for ESPN.
|Parents||Joe Hartung and Julie Tucker|
|Education||Episcopal High School, Washington and Lee University|
Well, Kaylee also suffered from the recent global Covid-19 pandemic. She even went on Good Morning America to speak about her symptoms stating that she had a headache just right between the eyes. Later, she was recovered and returned back to her work.
10 Facts On Kaylee Hartung
- Kaylee Hartung is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the United States. She is 35 years old by age and is born on November 7, 1985.
- She is the daughter of her parents, Joe Hartung and Julie Tucker. She has a brother named Tyler Hartung.
- Her father Joe was a pilot by profession. He died in a plane crash at an air show in Lafayette when she was 10 years old.
- Kaylee attended Episcopal High School in her hometown, graduating in 2003. She earned a BA in journalism and politics from Washington and Lee University in 2007.
- Hartung commenced to media career as an assistant to Bob Schieffer, who was the moderator of the 2008 presidential debate between Barack Obama and John McCain.
- Moreover, she worked for five years at ESPN network. There, she contributed to the SEC Network and appeared on the show, SEC Nation.
- The journalist loves visiting local restaurants Mansurs, Gino’s, Ruffino’s, and Phil’s Oyster Bar in her hometown.
- In March 2020, he was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus. She even saved the life of the other Covid-19 patient by donating plasma.
- Her distinctive feature is dark brown eye and black hair. She stands at a height of 5 feet 2 inches.
- Kaylee is yet to reveal her dating or marital status in public. Her social media posts are filled with career-related stuff.