Michael Wolff is a famous American journalist who presently serves at USA Today as a contributor and columnist. He as well serves at GQ as the UK edition as well as the Hollywood reporter.
He has received a Mirror Award, has written seven books, including The Man Who acknowledges the News (2008), which is a biography of Rupert Murdoch, and Burn Rate (1998) about his own dot-com company, and two National Magazine Awards.
Michael Wolff Age
Michael Wolff was born in Paterson, New Jersey, in the United States, on August 27, 1953, and he is 69 years of age.
Michael Wolff Height
Wolff stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 in (Approx 1.75 m).
Michael Wolff Family
Michael was born and brought up in Paterson, New Jersey, in the United States, on August 27, 1953, by his supportive and caring parents Marguerite Van Wolff his lovely mother who used to serve for Paterson Evening News as a reporter born in 1925 and in 2012 passed away, and Lewis Allen Wolff his supportive father who worked as an advertising professional and was born in 1920 and in 1984 passed away.
Michael Wolff Wife
Michael is presently married to his beautiful wife called Victoria Floethe who served as a Vanity Fair intern and they are blessed with one adorable daughter who was born in 2015. Before marrying Victoria, he was married to his ex-wife Alison Anthonie who is a lawyer and they were blessed with three adorable children. He had an affair with Victoria and later filed for a divorce.
Michael Wolff Education
Michael studied at Montclair Kimberley Academy and completed high school in 1971 and afterward joined Vassar College after a while he left and transferred to Columbia Campus where he graduated in 1975. He worked as a copy boy for The New York Times while still at the University.
Michael Wolff Salary
He receives an annual average salary of $83,561 and this is according to USA Today contributors’/columnist and GQ reporters’ salaries.
Michael Wolff’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $5 million- $10 million US dollars and his career as a columnist, contributor, and Hollywood reporter is the source of his wealth.
Michael Wolff Career
Michael presently serves at USA Today as a contributor and columnist. He as well serves at GQ as the UK edition as well as the Hollywood reporter. Later he left and went to the New Times as a contributing writer which was co-founded by George Hirsch and Jon Larsen a bi-weekly news magazine. White Kids which was written in 1979 and contained a collection of essays was his first book.
In 1991, he started Michael Wolff & Company, Inc. which is specializing in book packaging. Its first project was a book with a companion PBS series called Where We Stand. Creating one of the first guides to the Internet, albeit in book form was the second main project for the company.