Nicholas Lemann Biography
Nicholas Lemann is an American journalist currently serving at The New Yorker as a staff writer since 1999 and has written columns for Washington magazine as well as the Wayward Press magazine. Before that, Nicholas first served as a national correspondent at The Atlantic Monthly from 1983 to 1999. Before, he worked at The Washington Post as a national staff member. Moreover, he won the 1992 PEN and Martha Albrand Award for First Nonfiction for his book titled The Promised Land.
Nicholas Lemann Age
Nicholas Lemann was born on 11th August 1954, in New Orleans, Los Angeles, in the United States. He is 67 years old.
Nicholas Lemann Height
Nicholas is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall (Approx 1.74 m).
Nicholas Lemann Family
Nicholas was born to his loving and caring parents Barbara London Lemann and Thomas B. Lemann in New Orleans, Los Angeles, in the United States. Thomas works as counsel at Liskow & Lewis, a New Orleans law firm.
Nicholas Lemann Education
He graduated from a private school in New Orleans, Metairie Park Country Day School in 1972. later, he joined Harvard University where he attained his bachelor’s degree in history and literature in 1976 with a magna cum laude.
Nicholas Lemann Wife
Nicholas is blissfully hitched to his beloved wife named Judith Anne Shulevitz. The pair exchanged their wedding vows on November 7, 1999, at the University Club in New York and their wedding was officiated by her mother Rabbi Marion R. Shulevitz. As of now, Judith works for The New York Times as a contributing writer. Nicholas and Judith are blessed with two adorable children a daughter and a son.
Previously, Nicholas was hitched to Dominique Alice Browning, who worked as an editor in chief of House & Garden up to 2007 and they share two sons Theodore and Alexander.
Nicholas Lemann Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $54,890 annually. This is according to The New Yorker staff writers’ salaries.
Nicholas Lemann Net Worth
Nicholas Lemann has piled up a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $2 Million.
Nicholas Lemann Career
He debuted his journalism career as a writer for an alternative weekly, the Vieux Carre Courier based in New Orleans when he was 17 years. After his graduation from Havard University, Nicholas joined Washington Monthly where he served as an associate editor and later as the managing editor. Later on, he joined Texas Monthly where he served as an associate editor at first and was later promoted to become executive editor.
Moreover, Nicholas worked at The Washington Post as a national staff member. He also served as a national correspondent at The Atlantic Monthly. On September 1, 2003, he became the dean of the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University where he served for two-five years terms. As of now, he works at The New Yorker as a staff writer since 1999 and has written columns for Washington magazine as well as the Wayward Press magazine.
Nicholas has worked in TV documentaries such as the Discovery Channel, BBC, Frontline, and Blackside, Inc., and lectured at a number of universities. Moreover, Nicholas’ publications have appeared in The New York Times Slate, The New Republic, and The New York Review of Books.