Mallory Rubin Biography
Mallory Rubin is a well-known American podcaster and editor at The Ringer and for the Binge Mode pop culture podcast which she co-hosts together with Jason Concepcion. At the moment, she is among the founding editors of The Ringer and now works at The Ringer as Editor-In-Chief.
Mallory Rubin Age
Mallory Rubin was born on 15th September 1986, in Baltimore, in the United States of America. She is 35 years old.
Mallory Rubin Height
Mallory Rubin is a woman of moderate stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches (Approx. 1.65 m).
Mallory Rubin Family
Mallory Rubin was born to her caring and supportive parents in Baltimore, United States of America. She grew up in Reisterstown. At the present time, Mallory has not revealed any information concerning either her parent or if she has siblings.
Mallory Rubin Education
After finishing her primary and high school studies, she joined Syracuse Univerity and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism.
Mallory Rubin Husband
She is married to her handsome and supportive husband named Adam Levine. However, Mallory has not disclosed whether they have any children or not.
Mallory Rubin Salary
She receives a decent salary of $57,967 per year. This is in accordance with The Ringer Editor-in-Chiefs’ salaries.
Mallory Rubin Net Worth
Mallory Rubin has piled up a decent wealth over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million – $5 million.
Mallory Rubin Career
Mallory currently serves as an editor and podcaster at The Ringer and for the Binge Mode pop culture podcast which she co-hosts together with Jason Concepcion. As of now, she is one of the founding editors of The Ringer and now works as Editor-In-Chief.
Mallory worked at Sports Illustrated as well as an editor at Grantland. In 2015, she was among the Grantland staffers who left along with founder Bill Simmons to join HBO; Grantland shut down soon later.
Subsequently, she began to work at The Ringer as a writer and editor and was a co-host of the podcast Binge Mode. Furthermore, she was also a co-host of the Game of Thrones discussion shows After Talk the Thrones on Twitter as well as the Thrones on HBO, together with colleague Ringer employees Chris Ryan and Jason Concepcion. Moreover, Mallory served as a panelist at a session about Game of Thrones at SXSW based in Austin, Texas in 2019.