Ezra Albrecht Nikolas Nour is the eldest son of Clarissa Ward, a British-American television journalist Clarissa Ward, and her husband Philipp von Bernstorff, a fund manager. Ezra is recognized as the son of his mother Clarissa Ward, who is presently working as a chief international correspondent for CNN News. Clarissa, as a TV journalist, has achieved international fame while working for popular news channels such as Fox, ABC, and CBS for more than two decades. She reported for CBS News from London. Before that, she served as an ABC News correspondent based in Moscow. Clarissa’s best journalistic works include her reporting from Iraq, Lebanon, Israel, and Yemen.
Ezra Albrecht Nikolas Nour’s Family Background
Born on March 2, 2018, Ezra is the first and eldest child of Clarissa Ward, and Philipp von Bernstorff. Ezra’s mother Clarissa was born in London on January 31, 1980. Since Clarissa’s father is from the U.K.and her mother is from America, she grew up in London and New York City.
She married investment banker Philipp von Bernstorff in 2016 and has two sons with her.
Even during pregnancy his mother Clarissa continued reporting from various difficult parts of the world. During early pregnancy, she reported from a makeshift camp set up on a -27 degree ice sheet in Greenland for CNN’s Global Warning doc. She reported from St. Maarten after Hurricane Irma hit the city. Even during her later months of pregnancy, she did not hesitate to report from Yemen and Bangladesh.
Ezra has a younger brother Caspar Hugo Augustus Idris (Born June 29th, 2020).
Ezra Albrecht Nikolas Nour’s Career
Ezra’s journalist mother worked in the newsroom for the first few years for Fox News. She worked as an overnight desk assistant at Fox News in 2003, and as an assignment editor for Fox News in New York City from 2004 to 2005. She coordinated the coverage of several significant events worldwide including the capture of Saddam Hussein, the deaths of Yasir Arafat and Pope John Paul I, and the Tsunami Earthquake 2004.
As a field producer for Fox News, she worked on the coverage of the Israeli-Lebanese war, Saddam Hussein’s trial, the Israeli-Gaza Strip conflict, the kidnapping of Gilad Shalit, and the Iraqi constitutional referendum 2005.
Based in Beirut as a correspondent of Fox News, she covered major events in the middle east such as the 2007 Bikfaya bombings, the execution of Saddam Hussein, the Iraq War troop surge of 2007, and Riots in Beirut Arab University. Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Barham Salih, Gen. David Petraeus, and Lebanese President Emile Lahoud are among the important figures she interviewed.
Ezra Albrecht Nikolas Nour’s Family Net Worth
Ezra’s mother has received several international awards and accolades for exceptional journalistic works throughout her career. The 42 years old journalist is the recipient of seven Emmy Awards. She has received an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Silver Baton and honors from the Radio and Television Correspondents’ Association. In 2021 Clarissa won Peabody Award for coverage Syrian uprising, and in 2015 received Murrow Award for International Reporting from Washington State University. The imminent international journalist, having worked for the world’s top news channels such as Fox News, CNN, CBS News, and ABC News, has gathered a net worth of about $1-$1.5 million, earning an average annual salary of $50,000.