Andrew Klavan Biography
Andrew Klavan is an American journalist, novelist, and writer who writes suspense and crime novels. He was nominated five times for the Edgar Award and out of those five nominations, he has won two times. As of now, Andrew works as the host of “The Andrew Klavan Show” podcast on the conservative site known as The Daily Wire. Before, he served as an essayist and video satirist in film. He is widely known as a conservative commentator.
Andrew Klavan Age
Andrew Klavan was born on 13th July 1954, in New York, New York, United States. He is 67 years old.
Andrew Klavan Height
Andrew is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.73m).
Andrew Klavan Family
Andrew Klavan was born to his mother Phyllis Klavan and his father Gene Klavan in New York, United States of America, on July 13, 1954. His father was an American author, columnist, and disc jockey, born on 4th May 1924. Gene passed away at the age of 80 years on April 8, 2004. Andrew was raised along with three brothers.
Andrew Klavan Education
Andrew Klavan Wife
He is a loving and supportive husband to his delightful wife called Ellen Flanagan. The duo exchanged their wedding vows in 1980and they are blessed with two beautiful children named Faith Moore and Spencer Klavan who is an Oxford-educated classicist. The family lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
Andrew Klavan Salary
He pockets a decent salary of $87,265 per year.
Andrew Klavan’s Net Worth
Andrew Klavan has piled up a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $6 million.
Andrew Klavan Career
He debuted his crime-writing career by using the pseudonym, Keith Peterson. Under Keith Peterson, Andrew wrote the four John Wells mysteries. Andrew mostly focused on crime-solving newspaper reporters. He also wrote his first novel of psychological suspense called The Scarred Man. He has written the Homelanders series and crime novels for young adults under his own name.
W.H. Smith awarded him the Thumping Good Read Award while Mystery Writers of America awarded him two Edgars. He has also been nominated for the International Thriller Writers award and Anthony Awards. In 1999, Andrew’s novel titled True Crime was filmed by Clint Eastwood while Don’t Say a Word was filmed starring Michael Douglas in 2001.