Phil Bronstein Biography
Phil Bronstein is a preeminent American journalist and editor currently working for Investigative Reporting as executive chair of the board for the Center in Berkeley, California. He is popularly known for his work as an investigative journalist and war correspondent. Furthermore, Phil became a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize due to his reporting on the fall of Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos in 1986. Later on, he held leadership positions with the San Francisco Examiner, Hearst Newspapers Corporation, and San Francisco Chronicle.
Phil Bronstein Age
Phil Bronstein was born on 4th October 1950, in Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America. He is 71 years old.
Phil Bronstein Height
Phil is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx. 1. 72 m) tall.
Phil Bronstein Family
Phil Bronstein was born in Atlanta, Georgia to his loving and caring mum and dad. As a child, his family moved regularly and he spent much of his youth in Montreal, Canada. At last, Phil migrated and settled in California. Nevertheless, Phil has not disclosed details in regard to his parents and siblings if he has any.
Phil Bronstein Education
Phil joined the University of California, Davis but did not graduate. While there, he earned his first taste of journalism and wrote movie reviews for the school paper.
Phil Bronstein Wife
On February 14, 1998, Phil got married to his first wife Sharon Stone, who is an actress. In 2000, the couple adopted a baby boy named Roan Joseph. Unfortunately, Phil and Sharon parted ways in 2003 and finalized their divorce in the year 2004. In 2008, Phil was given full custody of Roan.
Later on, Phil married Christine Borders, the daughter of Louis Borders, Borders Book Store co-founder in 2006. Christine is the inventor of a social network for women, “A Band of Wives”. The pair is blessed with two children.
Phil Bronstein Salary
Phil Bronstein Net Worth
Phil Bronstein has amassed a decent wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth of $13 million.
Phil Bronstein Career
He published the article, The Shooter in March 2013. Phil covered the story of the SEAL Team 6 operation that killed Osama bin Laden, the al Qaeda leader. He is popularly known for his work as an investigative journalist and war correspondent. Furthermore, Phil became a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize due to his reporting on the fall of Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos in 1986. Later on, he held leadership positions with the San Francisco Examiner, Hearst Newspapers Corporation, and San Francisco Chronicle.
He became attacked by a Komodo dragon when he was on a private tour, where a keeper had invited him into the enclosure at the Los Angeles Zoo in the year 2001. Sadly, Phil was bitten on his barefoot where he underwent numerous tendons reattachment through surgery.
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