CNBC's Sara Eisen Is Soon-To-Be-Married to Matt Levine In A New York Wedding
- Net Worth Not Disclosed
- Eye Color Brown
- Hair Color Golden Blonde
- Hair Long
- Feet (Shoe) Size 7.5 (US)
- High School Medill School Chicago
- Zodiac Sign Leo
- Lesbian No
- Body Measurements 33-24-35 Inches
- Weight 55 Kg
- Height/ How Tall? 5 Feet 6 Inches (1.68 Meters)
- College New York University, Medill School Of Journalism
- Date of Birth Aug 07, 1985
- Age 37 Years, 10 Months
- Wedding Date 29 May 2016
- Divorce/Split Not Yet
- Husband/Spouse Matthew Levine
- Relationship Status Married
- Son/s Samuel Levine
- Mother Jane Eisen
- Father Drore Eisen
- Ethnicity/Race White
- Profession TV Actress
- Nationality American
Sara Eisen, co-anchor of “Worldwide Exchange” and "Squawk on the Street", is soon to be married to Managing Editor of Bloomberg TV, Matthew Levine.
Caption: Sara Eisen and Matt Levine Wedding Registration Card.
The news may come as a surprise to those who previously followed tabloids that claimed Sara as a married woman.
In reality, they are set to marry on May 29, 2016, at a beautiful place in New York.
"I have very little free time, but in the free time that I do have, my fiancé and I like to check out New York restaurants. I like to keep track of what’s new and what’s not. I know it sounds nerdy, but news is truly a hobby of mine. I’m always following other networks and what’s happening on Twitter."
Eisen's Boyfriend and Engagement:
Though Matthew had worked as News Editor (April 2006 – June 2008) and Senior Editor (June 2008 – July 2011) for CNBC, their romance started after he joined Bloomberg TV in 2012. Sara joined CNBC in December 2013 as the co-anchor of “Squawk on the Street”. Recently, she has been appointed as co-anchor for “Worldwide Exchange”.
Caption: Sara Eisen and Matt Levine while attending a party (2015).
Aren't they looking beautiful?
Meanwhile, Matthew has once thanked Sara on her Twitter account.
Thank you @saraeisenfx for essential guide on how to accept Nobel Prize. Never been so ready http://t.co/daLsmJME #BusinessWeek — Matthew Levine (@Matthew_Levine) April 13, 2012