Scott Pelley

After covering some of the most compelling and important national stories of the last  twenty years, 60 Minutes correspondent Scott Pelley is one of the most recognizable faces in American journalism today. In 1989, he became a national reporter for CBS News, eventually moving on to become CBS's chief White House correspondent, where he covered the biggest domestic stories of the 1990s. As an Emmy Award-winning journalist, he has covered the major events and the poignant and moving stories that have captured the attention of the American people. He has interviewed world leaders such as George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, and also Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and his presentations call on poignant and fascinating stories gained from more than 300 60 Minutes features. Exclusively represented by Leading Authorities, Scott Pelley provides audiences with his expert and nuanced perspective from a career spent on the frontlines of history. [+]