Mark Kelley (Photo: Eric Foss/CBC)

Mark Kelley is a Canadian reporter and journalist who has great power to reach out to ordinary people. He has been working in the industry for more than three decades. 

He empathizes with all his subjects and audiences. His professionalism is something that needs to be talked about. Proving his skills, he has won seven Gemini awards.

Is Mark Kelley Canadian?

Mark Kelley is Canadian. He was born in Beaconsfield. He is bilingual according to the wiki. He can speak Native English and French. His parents have already passed away. They are buried on Mount Royal along with other family members. He has a brother named Geoff who is a MNA for Jacques Cartier, Minister of Native Affairs. His brother now has five kids and one grandkid.

Kelly's aunt Helen

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He loved live music in his childhood. He used to travel to Montreal Forum to see live music. His first show was David Bowie’s Station to Station tour. He used to save every penny given by his parents to see different bands. He loved Montreal City.

He studied at Concordia University in Montreal and graduated in 1985 with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism.   He is a distinguished alumnus of Concordia University's journalism program.

What Has Mark Kelley Worked On?

Kelley started his career in the 1980s by reporting from within Quebec. In the 1990s, he joined CBC. He hosted the CBC News Morning from September 1998 to May 2002. He then co-hosted the investigative journalism show CBC News: Disclosure along with Diana Swain from 2002 to 2004. He produced a series named 7 in November 2006 where he used to spend seven days in someone else’s shoes.

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He is now focusing on documentaries and investigative journalism. He made a series of ongoing stories on The National in 2009. He covered the issues of prejudice and controversies from different countries and states including, Cape Spear, Yukon, Dhaka, and Ohio. He hosted Connect with Mark Kelley from October 2009 to June 2012.

Kelley with PM of Canada in a show

He was the first Canadian broadcaster to air during 9-11. He is now the host of Canada’s premier investigative documentary program, The Fifth Estate. In 2014, he worked on the joint investigation project by Radio Canada’s Enquet and The Fifth Estate, Walk the Line. They published the story that the former Montreal police investigator who once put the bikes behind bars sold the police information to the Hells Angels.

His recent media coverage includes the issue of the forged documents to get into Canada and the arrest of the person for the murder of two Toronto women in 1983. He has been presented with International Emmy Award and Gemini Awards for his amazing work.

Does Mark Kelley Have A Wife?

Kelley is a married man. His wife is Angela Yazbek. They met when he got his job at CBC in 1993. Yazbek was the producer that CBC sent to him to help him to improve his performance. She helped him turn his professional career around and also stole his heart. They went to Tony Bennett's show at the Theater Capitole in Quebec City for their first date in 1994.

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Kelley's wife Angela Yazbek

He proposed to her in Sugarloaf in Maine when they went skiing. They have four children. Yazbek quit her job to raise her children.  Their sons are all grown-up. Their youngest children, their twins are 21 years old. They now live in Toronto along with his wife and four sons. Now, Yazbek is a yoga teacher and freelance writer. She has a podcast, The Afterglow Podcast. 

What Is Mark Kelley's Net Worth?

Kelley has an estimated net worth of $20 million. His main income is from his journalism and TV presenter profession. He has been in the journalism profession for more than three decades.

How Tall Is Mark Kelley?

Kelley has a height of 5 feet 9 inches. He has brown eyes. He has a wide smile. He has thin lips. He has brown hair. He has wrinkles. He has thick eyebrows. He has great body proportions.

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