Facts of Pete Williams
|Date of Birth :|
|Age :||66 years old|
|Family Name :||Williams|
|Birth Sign :||aquarius|
Relationship short Statistics of Pete Williams
|What is Pete Williams marital status ? ( married,single, in relation or divorce):||Single|
|How many children does Pete Williams have ? (name):||0 Children|
|Is Pete Williams having any relationship affair ?:||No|
|Is Pete Williams Gay ?||Yes|
Pete Williams is the NBC News correspondent based in Washington, D.C. He graduated from Stanford University and began his career in local news the Casper, Wyoming television station KTWO. Williams has been covering the Justice Department and the U.S. Supreme Court since March 1993. Pete was also a key reporter on the Microsoft anti-trust trial and Judge Jackson's decision. He was also appointed as Assistant Secretary of Defence for Public Affairs. While in that position, Williams was named Government Communicator of the Year in 1991 by National Association of Government Communicators.
Talking about Petes’ personal life, we cannot find much information on it. Though being a well known journalist, he has successfully kept his personal life away from media. There is no information on his family, childhood or his relationship status. The only thing that is known about Pete is that he is openly gay. He is outed as gay by Michelangelo Signorile in August 1991. Besides his sexual orientation, there is no news on his love life, affairs, or marriage.
Early Life and Education of Pete Williams
Pete Williams was born on February 28, 1952 in Casper, Wyoming. He graduated from Natron Country High School in 1970 then he attended Standford University and graduated in 1974.
Pete Williams' Career
Soon after completing his graduation, Pete Williams joined KTWO television ans served as the reporter and news director from 1974 to 1985. He also served as the director for the Wyoming Future Project for a year.
Williams hiered as ress secretary and legislative assistant for U.S. Representative Dick Cheney. Then he appoionted as Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs and also served as press secretary of the Defense Deaprtment.
In 1993, he joined NBC as justice correspondent , to cover news from the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Supreme Court. He also interviewed United States Attorneys General John Ashcroft, Alberto Gonzales, and Eric Holder, as well as FBI Director Christopher Wray.