Jesse Green Biography
Jesse Green is a well-known American journalist presently serving as the chief theater at The New York Times in New York since 2017. Formerly, he worked as a contributing editor and theater critic for New York magazine for nine years. Moreover, Jesse has published numerous books such as The Velveteen Father which earned him the Lambda Literary Award for Biography or Autobiography in 2000.
Jesse Green Age
Jesse Green was born in the United States. Nevertheless, details with regard to his date and place of birth remain in the dark.
Jesse Green Height
Jesse Green is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx. 1.7 m).
Jesse Green Family
Jesse Green was born and brought up under his loving, caring, and supportive parents in the United States of America. Jesse grew up in a small family, where he was the only kid.
Jesse Green Education
Jesse joined a local High School where he attained his High School Diploma. Later, he decided to further his education at Yale college located in New Haven, Connecticut where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Theater.
Jesse Green Partner
He is openly gay. Nevertheless, if he is presently in a romantic relationship or not remains an enigma.
Jesse Green Salary
He pockets a decent salary of $86,930 annually. This is according to The New York Times chief theater critic’s salaries.
Jesse Green Net Worth
Jesse Green has accumulated a decent fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million.
Jesse Green Career
As of now, he serves as the chief theater critic at The New York Times since re-joining in 2017. Formerly, he worked as a contributing editor and theater critic for New York magazine for nine years. Before joining New York Magazine he worked for The New York Times, where he covered border subjects for The New York Times Magazine and wrote on theater as well as other cultural topics for the Arts & Leisure section.
Because of his outstanding and exceptional work, He has been awarded several awards from National Magazine Awards and the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association, and many others. Nevertheless, prior to joining the journalism industry, he served in the theater as a copyist, a gofer, and a musical coordinator on Broadway shows.