Michael Crowley Biography
Michael Crowley is an eminent American journalist currently working for The New York Times as a White House correspondent. Previously, Crowley served for Politico as a White House and national security editor until May 2019.
Additionally, from 2010 to 2014, Michael served for Time magazine as the senior foreign affairs correspondent and deputy Washington, D.C. bureau chief and was a senior foreign affairs correspondent for Politico.
While at TIME, Michael covered a report on Barack Obama’s Syria policy and a profile on the mind of Vladimir Putin. During the Obama era, Crowley traveled to Egypt, Israel, China, and Afghanistan, among others.
Michael Crowley Age
Michael Crowley was born in New Haven, Connecticut, United State, on April 1, 1972. He is 50 years old.
Michael Crowley Height
Crowley stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches (Approx. 1.75 m).
Michael Crowley Education
Following his high school education, Michael attended and graduated from the University of Yale in 1994. Crowley has written on topics such as the U.S.-Saudi relationship to Barack Obama’s counter-terrorism policies and Iran’s nuclear negotiations.
Michael Crowley Family
Michael was born and raised to his parents Joseph D. Crowley and Phyllis F. Crowley in New Haven, Connecticut. His father serves at New Haven Harbor as the president of a petroleum and dry-cargo storage while his mother is a landscape and portrait photographer.
Michael Crowley Wife
Michael is married to his pretty wife Sarah McDonald Haight. Sarah is a program manager for the nonprofit Aspen Institute in Washington, D.C. The duo celebrated their wedding in Lenox, Massachusetts in 2013.
Michael Crowley Salary
Michael’s annual salary is $165,234 per year. This is according to New York Times anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Michael Crowley Net Worth
Crowley has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Michael Crowley Career
Michael currently serves for The New York Times as a White House correspondent. He served as an editor, writer, and senior foreign affairs correspondent for Time, serving as the deputy Washington, D.C., bureau chief. Until 2010, Crowley was a writer for The New Republic, where he covered foreign policy and domestic politics.
Additionally, Crowley served at the Boston Phoenix and the Boston Globe as a reporter. His work has also been published in GQ, The Atlantic, New York, The New York Times, and Slate. He often appears on NPR, PBS, and MSNBC.
In a 2006 dispute between him and Michael Crichton, Micheal alleged that after he wrote an unflattering review of Crichton’s novel the State of Fear, Crichton included a character named “Mick Crowley” in the novel Next.