Along with John Heilemann, he has co- authored books titled “Game Change” and “Double Down: Game Change 2012”. They also host the show "With All Due Respect”, a political analysis show on MSNBC and Bloomberg.
Early LifeMark Halperin was born as Mark Evan Halperin on 11th of January, 1965 at Bethesda, Maryland in the United States of America. He is an American by nationality and ethnicity wise, he is a white American. He is son of Morton Halperin and Ina Young. His father, Morton Halperin was a foreign policy expert. He grew up with his brothers David Halperin and Gary Halperin. The zodiac sign of Mark Halperin is Capricorn.
Mark Halperin got his early education from Whit Whitman High School. He was a part of Youth for Understanding program in 1982 for which he lived with a family in Japan. Halperin completed his undergraduate degree from Harvard University in 1987.
CareerMark Halperin started his journalism career in 1988 at ABC news as the desk assistant and was also involved with the World News Tonight as a researcher. Then he joined the World News Tonight as investigative unit member and he was also an assignment reporter in Washington. After that, he spend full time covering Bill Clinton as an off- air producer. With, his hard work, Halperin was promoted in 1994 as the producer of ABC’s special events unit in New York. He also contributed as the editorial producer.
After some years, Mark Halperin became the political director at ABC news in 1997. In the mean time, he appeared on ABC News television and radio programs as a political analyst. He also founded and edited “The Note” on ABCNews.com daily. In 2006, Halperin published a book along with John F. Harris. It was titled The Way to Win: Clinton, Bush, Rove, and How to Take the White House in 2008.
Since 2006, Mark Halperin is involved with the New Hampshire Institute of Politics a Saint Anselm College in Goffstown, New Hampshire as board member. He has also been the advisor at NHIOP public advisory board. Halperin became the political analyst for ABC news in 2007. Then he became the political analyst and editor for TIME magazine. He was hired by the MSNBC as senior political analyst in June 2010.