Carl Leubsdorf Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Kids, Salary, Net Worth, The Dallas Morning News
February 14, 2022
Carl Leubsdorf Biography
Carl Leubsdorf is an American News Journalist and columnist currently serving as a Washington columnist for The Dallas Morning News, where he was Washington bureau chief from 1981 through 2008.
Carl Leubsdorf Age
Leubsdorf was born on 17 March 1938 in New York, United States.
Carl Leubsdorf Height
Leubsdorf stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches tall.
Carl Leubsdorf Parents
Leubsdorf is the son of Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf, who are War II Jewish immigrants from Germany. His dad served for Carl Pforzheimer; his mom was a good mathematician.
Carl Leubsdorf Wife
Leubsdorf is happily married to her husband Susan Page in 1982. Page is a Washington Bureau Chief for USA Today. He was previously married to his ex-wife Carolyn Stockmeyer, the two divorced and also had four kids.
Carl Leubsdorf Kids
Leubsdorf has one kid with his first wife Carolyn called Carl Leubsdorf Jr.
Carl Leubsdorf Salary
He receives an annual salary of between $57k – $114k
Carl Leubsdorf Net Worth
He has an estimated Net Worth of $ 1. 5 Million.
Carl Leubsdorf Education
He graduated from Cornell University. He also went to the Ethical Culture Fieldston School. In addition, he also earned an M.S. with honors in journalism from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Carl Leubsdorf The Dallas Morning News
Carl currently serves for The Dallas Morning News and, also the current secretary of the Gridiron Club and is a past president of both that organization and the White House Correspondents’ Association. And it was at the WHCA dinner in April 1997 that Leubsdorf was momentarily roasted, to his delight, by guest speaker Jon Stewart.
In addition, while he attended Cornell University, there he served for the Cornell Daily Sun, and also had a Title of Associate Editor. Moreover, he was also elected Phi Beta Kappa and graduated with honors in 1959 with a degree in government.
Besides that, between (1960–1975), he also served as a staff writer for the Associated Press in New Orleans, New York, and Washington; as Chief political writer for the AP 1972–75; and as Washington correspondent for The Baltimore Sun 1976–81, before joining the Dallas Morning News.