Tim Russert has moderated many political debates, including that of the US Presidential Election.
Tim Russert is famous for using a dry erase board while hosting NBC's coverage of the 2000 US Presidential Election during election night, while trying to compute eletoral college results during all of the chaos.
Tim Russert is a huge Buffalo Bills football fan.
Tim Russert wrote an autobiography entitled Big Russ and Me.
Tim Russert lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife and son, Luke.
Tim Russert is married to Maureen Orth, who is a writer for the Vanity Fair magazine.
Tim Russert is admitted to the bar in both New York and in the District of Columbia.
Tim Russert graduated with honors from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
Tim Russert is a graduate of John Carroll University.
Tim Russert is a graduate of Canisius High School.
Irish America magazine named him one of the top 100 Irish Americans in the country.
Tim Russert was named "America's best interviewer" in 2004 by Reader's Digest.
Tim Russert was named the best and most influential journalist in Washington, D.C., in 2001 by Washingtonian Magazine.
Tim Russert has previously lectured at the Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon and Reagan Presidential Libraries.
Tim Russert has received twenty-nine honorary doctorate degrees from American colleges and universities.
Tim Russert joined NBC News in 1984.
Tim Russert is the Senior Vice-President and Washington Bureau Chief of NBC News.
Tim Russert anchors The Tim Russert Show, a weekly interview program on CNBC.
Tim Russert is most notably known as the Managing Editor and Moderator of Meet the Press.
Tim Russert is the author of Wisdom of Our Fathers: Lessons and Letters from Daughters and Sons.