Michael Kinsley Biography
Michael Kinsley is a prominent American commentator and political journalist presently working as an editor and staff writer at numerous networks such as The New Republic, Bloomberg L.P, Politico, and Vanity Fair. Before, Michael worked as a columnist for Time magazine prior to leaving in 2009.
Michael Kinsley Age
Michael Kinsley was born on 9th March 1951, in Detroit, Michigan, in the United States. He is 71 years old.
Michael Kinsley Height
Michael Kinsley is a man of average stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx. 1.72 m)
Michael Kinsley Family
Michael was born and brought up under the loving care of his supportive parents George and Lillian in Detroit, Michigan, in the United States of America. Lillian and George his parents practiced medicine.
Michael Kinsley Education
Michael attended Cranbrook School located in Michigan where he obtained his High School Diploma. Later on, he Harvard College and graduated in the year 1972. There, he worked as the vice president of The Harvard Crimson, the university’s daily newspaper.
Michael Kinsley Wife
He is a caring and supportive husband to his charming and loving wife named Patty Stonesifer. She is presently the CEO of Martha’s Table. Previously, she worked as a top executive at Microsoft and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The pair wedded in 2002 and have been living together since then. He is a proud stepdad of two adult children from his wife’s first marriage.
Michael Kinsley Salary
He earns a decent wealth of $99, 680 annually. This is according to The New Republic to staff writers’ salaries.
Michael Kinsley’s Net Worth
Michael Kinsley has amassed a decent income over the years and has an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 million – $5 million.
Michael Kinsley Career
As of now, he serves as an editor and staff writer at numerous networks such as Politico since he joined On September 9, 2010, Bloomberg L.P. since joining on April 29, 2011, Vanity Fair since he joined in January 2014 as well as The New Republic since re-joining in January 2013.
Before, Michael worked for Time magazine as a columnist but left the magazine in May of 2009. Moreover, he also served as a columnist for several magazines such as Slate, The Guardian as well as The Washington Post. He served as an editorial page editor for the Los Angeles Times from April 2004 to September 2005. He kicked off his journalism career in 1989 when he was employed as co-host of Crossfire at CNN together with Pat Buchanan.
Nevertheless, he officially left the network six years later in 1995. In 1999, he was named Editor of the Year by Columbia Journalism. While serving at CNN, he appeared in numerous films and TV shows such as Dave (also 1993), Rising Sun (1993), Women of the House, and The Birdcage (1996).