Phillip Picardi Biography
Phillip Picardi is a well-known American journalist and editor serving as the host of the Unholier Than Thou Podcast. Previously, Phillip worked as the editor-in-chief of Out.
Phillip Picardi Age
Phillip Picardi was born on 5th April 1991, in Boston, Massachusetts, in the United States of America. He is 31 years old.
Phillip Picardi Height
Phillip is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.73m ).
Phillip Picardi Family
Phillip Picardi is a native of Boston, Massachusetts in the United States of America. He is the son of a mother who was a homemaker and a father who owned a technology company. Moreover, Phillip was brought up in a catholic family in North Andover, Massauchettes. Furthermore, he was brought up alongside his sister.
Phillip Picardi Education
Phillip received his high school Diploma from Central Catholic High School. There, Phillip was among the founders of Catwalk4Cancer. Additionally, Phillip is also a graduate of New York University.
Phillip Picardi Husband
Phillip is openly gay. He is hitched to his hardworking husband named Darien Sutton. His husband serves as an Emergency medical doctor. Phillip and Darren met through an online dating app and currently live in Los Angeles.
Phillip Picardi Salary
He bags a decent salary of $78,900 annually. This is according to Unholier Than Thou Podcast hosts’ salaries.
Phillip Picardi’s Net Worth
Phillip Picardi has piled up a decent wealth over the years and has an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 million – $5 million.
Phillip Picardi Career
Phillip kicked his journalism career at Teen Vogue as an intern. He was later given the role of serving as an online beauty editor prior to assuming the role of a senior beauty editor for Refinery29 in of September 2014. Moreover, he made his return to Teen Vogue as a digital editorial director in April 2015.
Through his tenure at Teen Vogue, the magazine’s website developed to 53% visits as compared to the past year’s website visits of 4.5 million in April of 2016. Nevertheless, he left Teen Vogue to work as editor-in-chief for Out in August 2018. Sadly, he was let go as the editor of Out citing it as the most complex chapter of his profession that far in December 2019.