Suzanne Malveaux

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4, 1966
Lansing, MI
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4, 1966 (age 52)
Lansing, MI


Journalist and news anchor, best known for her work with CNN on shows like CNN Newsroom, Around the World, and The Situation Room. She has reported on many important events in history and interviewed presidents George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush.  

Before Fame

She got her first job in television in Boston, Massachusetts, with New England Cable News where she worked from 1992 to 1996. She then relocated to Washington DC where she worked as a crime beat reporter for an NBC affiliate until 1999. 


She runs the charity which is an organization dedicated to finding a cure for ALS. The inspiration is her mother, who was diagnosed with the disease. In 2015, she was involved in some ridicule after doing a segment on what she and producers thought was an ISIL flag at the Pride Parade.

Family Life

She grew up in Michigan with three siblings in a Louisiana-Creole family. One was her identical twin Suzette M. Malveaux, the other two are her brother and sister Courtney M. Malveaux and Gregory F. Malveaux. In June 2014 she announced that she adopted a daughter.

Associated With

She works closely with fellow CNN host Wolf Blitzer.