Wilfred Frost – born 7 August 1985 – is a contributor for Sky News, NBC and CNBC.
After graduating the University of Oxford, Frost worked for Newton Investment Management in London for 5 years.
In 2011, after attending a weekend-long media-training program in London, he left his job to pursue a career in broadcasting.
In 2014, Frost joined CNBC as the co-anchor of Worldwide Exchange, first from London and beginning in 2016, from the United States.
In 2018, Frost became co-anchor of Closing Bell.
In February 2022, Frost announced his departure from Closing Bell to begin working with Sky News in London but remain as a NBC/CNBC contributor.
Frost is the son of Sir David Frost, an interviewer and television host, and Lady Carina Fitzalan-Howard, a daughter of the 17th Duke of Norfolk.