Patrick Radden Keefe Biography
Patrick Radden Keefe is a well-known American writer, author, and investigative journalist. Patrick works at The New Yorker as a Staff Writer since 2006. He has authored and published four books The Snakehead, Empire of Pain, Chatter, and Say Nothing. He has written several publications for Slate, The New York Times Magazine, and also The New Yorker. Moreover, Patrick serves as the host of the “Wind of Change” podcast.
Patrick Radden Keefe Age
Patrick Radden Keefe was born in the United States in 1976. He is 46 years old.
Patrick Radden Keefe Height
Patrick is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx 1.74 m).
Patrick Radden Keefe Family
Patrick was born to his caring and supportive father and mother in the United States of America. Patrick was brought up in Dorchester, Massachusetts, nonetheless, information concerning his parents’ and Siblings’ whereabouts remains an enigma to the public.
Patrick Radden Keefe Wife
Despite being a popular journalist, Patrick has managed to keep information concerning his love life confidential. Nevertheless, there are no details regarding him as single, dating, or married.
Patrick Radden Keefe Education
He graduated from Milton Academy with his high school diploma. He graduated with his undergraduate degree from Columbia University in 1999. Patrick attained his Juris Doctor degree at Cambridge University. Furthermore, he attended the London School of Economics where he graduated with a Master of Science degree.
Patrick Radden Keefe Salary
He earns a satisfactory of $56,900 annually. This is according to The New Yorker Staff Writers’ salaries.
Patrick Radden Keefe Net Worth
Patrick Radden has piled up a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth ranging from $1 million to $5 million.
Patrick Radden Keefe Career
He works at The New Yorker as a staff writer since 2006. Patrick has written numerous stories for the station such as the relationship between Donald Trump and the reality TV producer Mark Burnett, the chef turned the capture of the Mexican drug baron Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán Loera, and also world traveler Anthony Bourdain.
Furthermore, from 2020 Patrick works as the host of the “Wind of Change” podcast, which prospects a rumor that the song Wind of Change by the Scorpions was written by the CIA rather than by Klaus Meine, the band’s lead singer. He appeared as the Best Podcast Host in the 2021 Ambies award list.
Moreover, in 2014, Patrick won the National Magazine Award for Feature Writing for his story A Loaded Gun on the mass shooter Amy Bishop. In 2015 and 2016, Patrick was also the National Magazine Award finalist for Reporting. He is the writer for the Cullman Center for Scholars and the New York Public Library.