American Television personality, David Haffenreffe is immensely famous for his work as an anchor for the morning television program ‘Ahead of the Curve’ which was broadcasted on CNN. Also, he is known for ‘CNNfn cable news networks’ during the year of 2000.
David Haffenreffer was born on August 2, 1967, in Rhode Island in the United States of America. As of 2019, he is at the age of 51 with the birth sign of Leo which defines her personality as strong.
He is the child of Susan Haffenreffer (mother) and Mr. Haffenreffer Sr (father). His father is a vice president in Providence for Fleet Investment Advisers and his mother is a clinical social worker in the Bristol County Community Health Center in Taunton.
He grew up with his two sisters Kristen Haffenreffer Moran and Ashley Haffenreffer Wagstaff.
Talking about Haffenreffer’s educational background, he attended St. Lawrence University.
Former CNN financial news anchor, Haffenreffer is currently single. He was married to the Television anchor Lara Spencer on 30 September 2000.
Their wedding ceremony was held at St. Andrew’s Dune Church and continued his relationship for the next 15 years. Their marriage was broadcasted in ‘Martha Stewart Living’ (1991) TV show and magazine.
The couple shares two children Duff Haffenreffer and Katharine Paige Haffenreffer. He couldn’t push his marital relationship with Spencer for the longtime and on June 18, 2015, they got divorced. There is no information about his previous love affairs and relationships.
David Haffenreffer’s net worth is more than $1 million. According to the Payscale, the Associate Real Estate Broker earns an average salary of $49,466 per year along with $9,972 bonus, $64,484 commission, and a profit sharing amount of $12,500.
Their payrolls estimated between the amount of $18,597 to $172,666 and their commission amount ranges around $6,020 to $252,551. He earns around that as per his work experience.
The former television personality started his career as a video field producer at the GTE Corporation, followed by his work as a director and news anchor for WSUB-AM.
In 2000, he got an opportunity in a morning television program as an anchor ‘Ahead of the Curve,’ that aired by CNN where daily happenings in the US markets were analyzed.
Currently, Haffenreffer is working as an agent in Connecticut and has his own principles to help both buyers and sellers through state-of-the-art technology.