Peter Abraham is a famous American journalist currently serving for Boston Globe as a reporter since 2010. Previously, he served in White Plains, New York for The Journal News.
Peter Abraham Age
Peter Abraham was born in Bed Ford, Massachusetts, in the United States on July 29. He is around 55 years old from his looks though he has not disclosed his year of birth.
Peter Abraham Height
Abraham stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 6 in ( approx. 1.68m ).
Peter Abraham Family
He was born and brought up by his supportive parents in Bed Ford, Massachusetts in the USA. He was brought up together with his siblings and he is the eldest. When Peter was joining Boston Globe in 2010 his parents had already retired. He has not revealed the number of siblings he has, their identities, and his parents’ identities.
Peter Abraham Wife
Peter is a secretive person who has not revealed any information concerning his previous and current relationships hence it is not known if he is single, divorced, has any kids, is dating, or is married. He is currently living together with high two dog pets, one of the dogs’ name is Ginger in Boston, Massachusetts.
Peter Abraham Education
He joined the University of Massachusetts Amherst where he graduated with his undergraduate degree. He has not disclosed what he majored in while studying at the University and when he graduated.
Peter Abraham Salary
Peter receives an annual salary of $99,600 and this is according to Boston Globe reporters’ salary.
Peter Abraham’s Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and his career as a reporter at the Boston Globe is the primary source of his income.
Peter Abraham Career
Peter is currently serving for Boston Globe as a reporter since 2010 where he has been providing coverage for the Red Sox. Previously, he served for The Journal News in White Plains, New York where he was providing coverage for the Yankees since 2005.
Also, Peter during his career as a reporter provided coverage for four years for the Mets prior to joining The Journal. Previously, he served for The Norwich where he provided coverage for the University of Connecticut men’s basketball team for 13 seasons.