Bob Woodward Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Washington Post
Bob Woodward Biography
Bob Woodward is a renowned American investigative journalist presently working as a reporter for The Washington Post. He joined The Washington newspaper as a reporter in 1971 and as of now holds the title of associate editor. While working for The Washington Post as a reporter, he teamed up with Carl Bernstein, and the two reported and investigated the Watergate scandal.
Bob Woodward Age
Bob Woodward was born in Geneva, Illinois, the United States on March 26, 1943. He is 78 years old.
Bob Woodward Height
Bob stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75m tall.
Bob Woodward Education
Bob finished his high school course at Wheaton Community High School in Illinois. Then he studied history and English literature at Yale College with a Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps scholarship.
Bob Woodward Family
Bob’s parents are Jane Upshur and his father Alfred E. Woodward, who works as a lawyer and then served on the 18th Judicial Circuit Court as chief judge. His parents got separated when he was twelve years of age. He and his siblings were brought up by their father, who subsequently remarried. Bob has two siblings, a sister, and a brother.
Bob Woodward Wife
Bob has been married three times throughout his life. He was first married to Kathleen Middlekauff, his high school sweetheart. Then he remarried his second wife Frances Kuper. Lastly, he exchanged vows with Elsa Walsh, an author for The New Yorker and the writer of Divided Lives. He has two kids, Diana Woodward, and Taliesin Woodward.
Bob Woodward Kids
Bob is a father to two children Diana Woodward, and Taliesin Woodward. His daughter Tal is also a journalist and graduated from Columbia University six years in a program in journalism before becoming an editor for The Trace.
Bob Woodward Salary
Bob receives an annual salary of $82,125. This is according to Washington Post reporter’s salaries.
Bob Woodward Net Worth
Bob’s approximated net worth of $1 million.
Bob Woodward Career
Bob is a known American investigative journalist presently working as a reporter for The Washington Post. He started working as a reporter and currently holds the title of associate editor at The Washington newspaper in 1971. While working for The Washington Post, he teamed up with Carl Bernstein, as a reporter, and the two investigated and reported on the Watergate scandal.
He was discharged as a lieutenant at the U.S. Navy in August 1970 and was admitted to Harvard Law School. But, he chose not to attend, and instead, he applied for a job as a reporter for The Washington Post. He pursued graduate courses in Shakespeare and international relations at George Washington University.