Eric Lipton Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth Nytimes

Eric Lipton is a renowned American journalist who has been working for The New York Times Washington Bureau since 1999 as an investigative reporter. He has previously worked as a correspondent for The Washington Post and The Hartford Courant. He is also a co-author of the World Trade Center’s history.

Eric Lipton Age

Eric Lipton was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in the United States on August 13, 1965. He is 56 years old.

Eric Lipton Height

Eric stands at an average height of 6 ft 2 in/1.88 m tall.

Eric Lipton Family

Eric’s parents raised him in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is the son of Herbert B. Lipton and Helene Lipton both of Philadelphia. His mother served on the board of the Wilma Theater in Philadelphia, as well as the Society Hill Civic Association. His father retired as the owner and president of Kay Automobile, a Philadelphia automobile parts wholesaler, and served as chairman of the Philadelphia Film Society in 2007 and 2008.

Eric Lipton Wife

Eric is married to Elham Dehbozorgi. The couple resides in Washington, D.C. The duo exchanged vows in Miami in January 2009.

Eric Lipton Education

In 1987, Eric graduated with a BA in philosophy and history from the University of Vermont while still working at The Vermont Cynic.

Eric Lipton Salary

Eric receives an annual salary of $79,123.

Eric Lipton’s Net Worth

Eric’s approximate net worth is $1 million.

Eric Lipton Career

He is a New York Times investigative reporter located in the Washington Bureau. Eric has been a working journalist for three decades, having worked at The Washington Post and the Hartford Courant. He is also the co-author of World Trade Center history.

He joined The Times in 1999, covering the latter years of New York Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani’s administration as well as the 2001 terror attacks. Eric has been based in The New York Times Washington office since 2004, where he works as an investigative reporter covering the Trump administration, as well as lobbying and corporate agendas in Congress.

His first responsibilities were with the Department of Homeland Security and the Transportation Security Administration, as well as the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Among many other journalism honors, he has won or participated in three Pulitzer Prizes.

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