Brent Renaud Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Biography

know all about Brent Renaud Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Biography – Brent Renaud was an American Journalist filming refugees crossing the border in Irpifn, Ukraine, on Sunday when he was shot.

According to the regional police chief, an award-winning journalist and former New York Times contributor was killed by Russian forces near Kyiv on Sunday. According to authorities, Brent Renaud, a 51-year-old video journalist, was killed when Russian military opened fire on a car near the Romanivsky Bridge in Irpin.

Brent Renaud Parents and Family

Brent Renaud and his brother Craig have received multiple prizes for their documentary work, including a Peabody and two Columbia DuPont awards, under the alias Renaud Brothers. Renaud was a legendary filmmaker who covered some of the world’s worst human disasters, according to his New York Times press pass and American passport, which were released on social media. He was not on assignment for the New York Times, according to a statement, and their press card with his name and photo was outdated.

Brent Renaud Wife, Was Brent Renaud Married

Brent Renaud was Possibely married but currently there is no any information is available on social media about his marital and relationship status we will update soon.

Brent Renaud Net Worth

Brent Renaud has an estimated Net Worth of $500k – $1Million in 2022. He earns a good fortune from her hard work  hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

According to his website’s bio, Renaud has earned a Peabody Award for his work with his brother, Craig. For their company, the Renaud Brothers, the brothers have worked on documentary projects in Iran, Afghanistan, Haiti, Egypt, Libya, and Mosul.

Brent Renaud Career and Projects

Brent Renaud was a Peabody and DuPont Award-winning director who co-produced films and television shows with his brother Craig for the previous two decades. The Renaud Brothers are best known for telling humanistic stories from the world’s hot spots, including the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the earthquake in Haiti, political turmoil in Egypt and Libya, the fight for Mosul, extremism in Africa, cartel violence in Mexico, and the Central American youth refugee crisis.

They’ve received a Peabody Award, two Columbia DuPont Awards, two Overseas Press Club Awards, an Edward R. Murrow Award, an IDA Award, a DGA nomination for Best Director, and many Emmy nominations for their work. Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, Forbes, USA Today, the New York Times, Filmmaker Magazine, the Los Angeles Times, and American Cinematographer have all praised their films. Craig and his brother Brent also launched the Arkansas Motion Picture Institute and the Little Rock Film Festival. Source – IMDb and Other Websites

Brent Renaud Tragic Death

As Per Daily Mail : Initially, he was thought to have been on assignment for The New York Times because he was carrying a press badge that listed the newspaper as his publication. Renaud’s death was announced by Anton Gerashchenko, an advisor to Ukraine’s interior minister, who said in a Facebook post that he paid ‘with his life for trying to highlight the aggressor’s ingenuity, cruelty and ruthlessness.’

Another US journalist who survived the attack spoke to a reporter for Italian paper Internazionale from the hospital.Giving his name only as Juan, he said Renaud had been shot in the neck and ‘had to be left behind’.

‘We had crossed the first bridge in Irpin. We were going to film other refugees leaving we got into a car. Somebody offered to take us to the other bridge. We crossed a checkpoint and they started shooting at us. The driver turned around, there were two of us. My friend is Brent Renaud.

‘He has been shot and left behind. I saw he has been shot in the neck. We got split,’ he said.  National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said in an appearance on CNN on Sunday morning: ‘If in fact, an American journalist was killed it is a shocking and horrifying event.

PBS reporter Jane Ferguson, who is in Ukraine, tweeted: ‘Just left roadside spot near Irpin where body of American journalist Brent Renaud lay under a blanket. Ukrainian medics could do nothing to help him by that stage.

‘Outraged Ukrainian police officer: “Tell America, tell the world, what they did to a journalist.”’ The Times has issued a statement to clarify that while Renaud worked for them in the past, he was not in Ukraine on assignment for them.’We are deeply saddened to hear of Brent Renaud’s death. Brent was a talented photographer and filmmaker who contributed to The New York Times over the years.

‘Though he had contributed to The Times in the past (most recently in 2015), he was not on assignment for The Times in Ukraine. ‘Early reports that he worked for The Times circulated because he was wearing a Times press badge that had been issued for an assignment many years ago,’ Cliff Levy, Deputy Managing Editor, said in a statement.