Dan Neil Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, The Wall Street Journal
Dan Neil Biography
Dan Neil is a popular columnist at the moment working for The Wall Street Journal. Previously before joining The Wall Street Journal, He served worked at the Los Angeles Times, Car and Driver, and AutoWeek as a staff writer. Neil also served as a panelist alongside Adam Carolla on Speed Channel on 2011’s The Car Show.
Neil due to automotive journalism received the International Motor Press Association’s Ken Purdy Award in 1999. Most importantly, Dan due to his Criticism won 2004 the Pulitzer Prize, awarded annually to a newspaper writer who has ‘distinguished criticism’ illustrated.
Dan Neil Age
Dan was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in the United States, on January 12, 1960. He is 61 years old and on January 12th every year celebrates his birthday.
Dan Neil Height
Neil stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 inches/ Approx. 1.75 m tall.
Dan Neil Education
After completing his primary and high school diplomas. Later on, Dan joined the Univerisity of East Carolina and earned a B.A. degree in Creative Writing from the East Carolina Campus. He also attended North Carolina State Campus and received an M.A. degree in English Literature.
Dan Neil Family
He was born to his caring and loving parents in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, in the United States. His supportive father served with Stanley Powertools as an engineer while his mother worked as a private investigator.
Dan Neil Wife
Dan is happily married to his nice-looking wife Tina Larsen Neil. The duo has twin daughters namely Vivienne and Rosalind. Dan from his previous marriage has a son named Henry (Hank) Neil.
Dan Neil Salary
Dan earns an annual salary of $99,619 per year. This is according to Wall Street Journal anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Dan Neil Net Worth
Neil has an estimated net worth of $1 Million to $5 Million U.S dollars.
Dan Neil Career
He serves for the “Rumble Seat” column as the author which runs Saturdays in The Wall Street Journal. Initially, Dan served from 2003 to 2010 for the Los Angeles Times as an auto columnist. Neil also wrote a column on pop culture that became syndicated by Tribune media in 2005 the syndicated column “800 Words,” as well as ran till it ceased in 2008.
Neil began his professional writing career with a local free weekly the Spectator and started working as a copy editor in 1989 for The News & Observer of Raleigh, N.C. He started the paper’s weekly automotive in 1991 advertising section. Dan became recruited as a senior contributing editor by AutoWeek magazine in 1994 and the year 1995 he began contributing to The New York Times which proceeded until 2003.