Stephanie Cutter Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Baby, Salary and Net Worth

Who is Stephanie Cutter?

Stephanie Cutter is an American political consultant. She is a CNN political commentator regularly appearing across the network’s programming and special political coverage. She is also an active contributor to ABC News.

Cutter has served as Deputy Campaign Manager for President Barack Obama‘s 2012 re-election campaign. She has also worked in campaign and communications roles for other Democrats who including Ted Kennedy, John Kerry, and Michelle Obama.

She attended Smith College where she received a B. A and also a J.D. degree from Georgetown Law School. Cutter worked as a junior aide to Mario Cuomo in the 1990s and also worked for the Environmental Protection Agency.

How Old is Stephanie Cutter?

Cutter is 53 years old as of 2021. She was born on October 22, 1968, in Taunton, Massachusetts, U.S. Stephanie shares her birthday with other notable people such as Christopher Lloyd, Jeff Goldblum, Shaggy, Kyle Gallner, Sarah Bernhardt, Joan Fontaine, Robertino Loreti, Sofia Vassilieva, Dr. Timothy Leary, Doris Lessing, Bao Dai, Bob Odenkirk, among others.

Stephanie Cutter Family

Who are Stephanie Cutter’s parents?

Cutter was born in Taunton, Massachusetts, and raised in nearby Raynham, Massachusetts. She was born to her mother Grace, a school teacher.

Does Stephanie Cutter have siblings?

Cutter has a brother who served in Afghanistan.

A photo of Stephanie Cutter
A photo of Stephanie Cutter

Stephanie Cutter Husband

On his love life matters, Cutter is seen as a person who hates drama and loves his privacy. She has managed to keep his marriage/dating life low-key and leave many with a lot of unanswered questions. In case there is any news regarding this matter, we shall update it here as soon as possible.

Stephanie Cutter’s Husband Lon Johnson

Cutter is not married to Lon Johnson. According to a 2016 post, there were allegations that Lon Johnson had fathered her baby.

Stephanie Cutter Baby

On October 7, 2013, at the age of 44, Stephanie informed CNN staffers that she was pregnant and her due date was early March 2014. However, there was no word on who the father is. She eventually gave birth but the identity of the child is also not known.

Stephanie Cutter Clinton

Cutter worked for President Bill Clinton as Deputy Communications Director at the White House during his administration “to help restore Mr. Clinton’s image in the aftermath of (his) impeachment and Monica Lewinsky“, and also as Associate Administrator for Communications at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Stephanie Cutter Ted Kennedy

She served as Communications Director for Senator Ted Kennedy beginning in 2001.

Stephanie Cutter John Kerry

Cutter was named communications director for the John Kerry campaign in November 2003, at Kennedy’s recommendation. During the campaign, Stephanie was criticized for having a surly and difficult personality and was often scapegoated for Kerry’s loss. John considered the criticism of her unfair and praised her work. After his campaign, she returned to work for Kennedy.

Stephanie Cutter Obama

She was appointed Chief of Staff to Michelle Obama for the 2008 Presidential general election campaign in June 2008. Stephanie and Michelle Obama immediately clicked and Cutter is widely credited with building Obama’s popularity with the public, Specifically, she Let’s Move! health initiative. Cutter is also credited with enlisting Republican Mike Huckabee to the program, to help prevent criticism from conservatives.

Stephanie served as the Chief Spokesperson for the Obama-Biden Transition Project. She then served in the Treasury Department as Timothy Geithner’s counselor where “she protected Geithner’s fragile reputation and also tried to spin unpopular policies like the Troubled Asset Relief Program and the A.I.G. bailout.” Cutter was appointed to serve as an adviser to President Obama in the Supreme Court nominations in May 2009. Later that year, GQ Magazine named her one of the 50 most powerful people in Washington.

She was named Assistant to the President for Special Projects in 2010, charged with managing communications and outreach strategy for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. She was named Deputy Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama in 2011.

The White House announced Stephanie would leave her position as Deputy Senior Advisor to serve as deputy campaign manager for Obama for America in September 2011. Cutter has appeared in numerous campaign videos and ads for Obama’s campaign, as well as a guest in TV appearances. Steve Schmidt, a Republican strategist, stated that Cutter is “arguably the strongest player on either side out there now” during the 2012 campaign.

Stephanie Cutter CNN

On June 26, 2013, CNN announced that Cutter will join a new version of Crossfire re-launching in the fall of 2013. She was to join panelists Newt Gingrich, S. E. Cupp, and Van Jones.

She informed CNN staffers on October 7, 2013, with a due date of early March 2014. Stephanie informed the network she would return to Crossfire after maternity leave. She then remained with the series until it ended in July of that year.

Stephanie Cutter Salary

Cutter is a big name on the United States screens for her notable work. However, her salary is not yet disclosed to the public.

Stephanie Cutter’s Net Worth

Cutter’s net worth has not yet been revealed.