Christopher Wallace was born on October 12, 1947, in Chicago, Illinois, US, in the Jewish group of Mike Wallace and his first spouse Norma Kaphan.

Mike, a columnist, entertainer, game show host and media character, was most popular as one of the first reporters for CBS’ ‘an hour’.

Mike and Norma separated from when Chris was a year old. He was raised by his mom and stepfather Bill Leonard, who proceeded to become President of CBS News.

Chris’ relationship with Mike created years after the fact after he lost his senior sibling Peter in a hiking mishap in Greece in 1962.

Chris learned at the Hotchkiss School. He was in his adolescents when he helped his initial openness to political news-casting through Leonard.

This saw him functioning as collaborator to Walter Cronkite during the 1964 Republican National Convention. While going to Harvard College, Chris initially revealed news live for WHRB worked by Harvard College understudies.

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Peter Wallace is the Global Head of Core Private Equity for Blackstone. Mr. Wallace drives Blackstone’s private value interests in the administration, recreation, and buyer/retail areas.

He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Alight Solutions, Chamberlain Group, Encore Global, International Data Group, Merlin Entertainments, PSSI, Service King, Servpro, Tradesmen International, and Vivint.

He is a trustee of Children’s Aid Society, one of America’s oldest and largest children’s nonprofits. Mr. Wallace received a BA from Harvard College, where he graduated magna cum laude.