Adam Tschorn is a journalist from the United States who presently works for the Los Angeles Times. As the senior features writer, he covers everything from culture to fashion and style to lifestyle. He has been a member of the Los Angeles Times staff since March 2007. He previously worked as a West Coast Editor at Fairchild Publications for two years and ten months. Adam’s first position as a journalist was as a writer for NBC, where he spent three years. Adam enjoys reading and writing in his spare time.
Adam Tschorn Age
Adam Tschorn was born in Vermont, in the USA. His exact age and date of birth, however, are unknown to the public.
Adam Tschorn Height
Adam stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Adam Tschorn Family
He was born and raised in Vermont, the United States of America, with the love, care, and support of his diligent and loving parents, the identities of whom remain unknown. Adam was born in the United States, yet he is of white ethnicity.
Adam Tschorn Wife
Despite his celebrity, Adam has managed to keep personal details such as his marital status private. As a result, it is unclear whether he is single, married, or divorced. However, you can expect to be kept up to date on the situation as soon as he makes it public.
Adam Tschorn Education
In 1983, he graduated from Vermont Academy and went on to study at the University of Vermont. Adam enrolled at the university in 1983 and graduated in 1987 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy. He also has a Master of Arts in Journalism from Northeastern University, which he got in 1994.
Adam Tschorn Salary
Adam earns an annual salary of $92,670.
Adam Tschorn’s Net Worth
Adam’s approximate net worth is $3 million.
Adam Tschorn Career
Adam is currently employed with The Los Angeles Times, where he has been since March 2007. He is a senior features writer at the magazine since May 2020, an assistant editor of Fashion since July 2018, a deputy fashion editor since July 2016, and a staff writer since March 2007. He formerly worked as the West Coast Editor for DNR magazine at Fairchild Publications from June 2004 until March 2007. His first professional work in the news industry was with NBC for three years in 1999.