Dean Baquet Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth New York Times

Dean Baquet

Dean Baquet

Dean Baquet Biography

Dean Baquet is a renowned American journalist presently working for The New York Times since May 14, 2014, as the executive editor. Prior, he worked under the previous executive editor Jill Abramson as a managing editor. Before that, he served for the paper from March 2007 to September 2011 as Washington bureau chief.

He also worked from December 1984 through March 1990 as a reporter for the Chicago Tribune, and before that, for around seven years he worked for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans. During his time at the Chicago Tribune, he worked for investigations as an associate Metro editor and worked as a chief investigative reporter, covering the garbage-hauling industry and corruption in politics.

Dean Baquet Age

Dean Baquet was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, in the United States on September 21, 1956. He is 65 years old.

Dean Baquet Height

Dean stands at a height of  5 ft 9 in/1.75 m tall.

Dean Baquet Education

Dean finished his high school course at St. Augustine High School in 1974. He studied English from 1974 to 1978 on a scholarship at Columbia Campus. Then he left to pursue a career in journalism.

Dean Baquet Family

Dean was brought up in a Catholic in Tremé, a Black, working-class neighborhood based in New Orleans, Louisiana. He is the fourth of five sons of Edward Baquet a New Orleans restaurateur.

Dean Baquet Wife

Dean is a married man to Dylan Landis, they tied the knot in September 1986. Dylan works as a writer who was born in 1956. The couple stays in Greenwich Village and is blessed with a kid known as Ari Baquet.

Dean Baquet Salary

Dean annually earns a salary of $87,421. This is in accordance with The New York Times executive editor’s salaries.

Dean Baquet Net Worth

Dean’s estimated net worth is $1 million.

Dean Baquet Career

Dean started his journalism career at the New Orleans States-Item, which later joined together with The Times-Picayune. He worked at the Times-Picayune for Six years, then he moved to the Chicago Tribune in 1984, where he earned himself the Pulitzer Prize, Prior to working at The New York Times in April 1990, he served on the Metro desk as an investigative reporter.

In ay 1992, he became the special projects editor for the business desk. He held the same role in January 1994, but he operated out of the executive editor’s office. In 1996, he became national editor 1996.

He joined the Los Angeles Times in 2000 as managing editor, working as editor John Carroll’s “right-hand man”. Additionally, in 2005 he became the top editor after Carroll resigned amid clashes with the Tribune Company, which had gotten the Los Angeles Times in 2000 from the Chandler family.

He was the first Black person to work as the newspaper’s top editor. He was fired after he publicly opposed plans to cut newsroom jobs in 2006. He rejoined The New York Times as the Washington bureau chief after two months.

In September 2011, he became managing editor, serving under executive editor Jill Abramson, and he was promoted to executive editor on May 14, 2014. n “intense and persistent”.

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