Aatish Taseer Biography
Aatish Taseer is a well-known British-American journalist and author. He is currently employed at Indian Origin. In addition, Aatish works as a contributor for T Magazine.
Aatish Taseer Age
Aatish Taseer was born in London, England on November 27, 1980. He is 42 years old.
Aatish Taseer Height
Aatish is 5 feet 9 inches/1.75m tall.
Aatish Taseer Family
Aatish was born in London, England to his devoted parents, Salmaan Taseer and Tavleen Singh. Tavleen is a well-known Indian journalist, writer, political journalist, and columnist. Salmaan, on the other hand, was a prominent Pakistani businessman and politician. He was the 26th Governor of Punjab from 2008 until his death in 2011.
Aatish Taseer Wife
Aatish is happily married to Ryan Davis, a loving and caring wife. She is a New York-based American lawyer by profession. They exchanged wedding vows as a couple in the year 2016. They are celebrating their sixth wedding anniversary together.
Previously, he was in a relationship with Lady Gabriella Windsor, the daughter of Prince Michael of Kent and Princess Michael of Kent. They met while he was a student at Amherst College in Massachusetts and she was a student at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.
Aatish Taseer Children
Despite being a well-known public figure, he has managed to keep this matter private. As a result, we can’t say whether Aatish has any children.
Aatish Taseer Education
He went to the International School of Kodaikanal. Later, he enrolled at Amherst College in Massachusetts and graduated in 2001 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and French.
Aatish Taseer Salary
Aatish pockets an annual salary of $80,303.
Aatish Taseer Net Worth
Aatish’s estimated net worth is $849,253.
Aatish Taseer Career
He worked for Time, a New York City-based American news magazine and website. Aatish has also worked as a freelance journalist for Esquire, TAR magazine, the Financial Times, The Sunday Telegraph, The Sunday Times, and Prospect, among others. His opinion pieces have received both critical and popular acclaim.
Since his father’s murder on January 6, 2011, he has written about the situation in Pakistan leading up to and after the incident. The pieces attempt to go far beyond the immediate events surrounding his father’s murder. On May 5, 2011, a few days after Osama bin Laden’s death, Aatish wrote an article for the Financial Times.
Pakistan’s Rogue Army Runs a Shattered State was the title. He also wrote books such as Death of the Ganges, The Twice-Born, Stranger to History: A Son’s Journey Through Islamic Land, Noon Faber Faber in the United States, and The Temple-Goers.