Eugene Robinson Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, Washington Post
Eugene Robinson Biography
Eugene Robinson is a journalist and author who is also a newspaper columnist now working as an associate editor at The Washington Post. His columns are syndicated to 262 newspapers by The Washington Post Writer Group. He received the 2009 Pulitzer Prize and was later elected in the year 2011 to the Pulitzer Prize Board. In addition, he served from 2017-2018 as the Pulitzer Prize Board chair. Besides, Robinson also serves as News’s chief political analyst at MSNBC.
Eugene Robinson Age
Eugine was born in Orangeburg, South California, in the United States, on March 12, 1954. He is 67 years old.
Eugene Robinson Height
Robinson stands at a height of 6 ft 2 inches/(Approx 1.88 m).
Eugene Robinson Family
He was born to his parents Harold Robinson (father) and the late Louisa S. Robinson (mother) in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Eugene belongs to African-American descent and is an American by nationality. His mother Louisa worked at Claflin for more than 45 years while His father Harold was also hired at Claflin before opening an office of the Social Security Administration in Orangeburg.
Eugene Robinson Wife
He is happily married to his lovely and caring wife Avis Collins Robinson. Avis is a professional painter and serves for Washington Metropolitan Scholars as the president and also CEO. On September 23, 1978, The couple tied the knot and have been living a happy and blissful married. The duo is blessed with two good-looking children. The adorable family presently lives in D.C, Washington.
Eugene Robinson Kids
He is a proud father of two sons named Lowell Robinson and Aron Robinson who are all grown up.
Eugene Robinson Salary
Eugene earns an annual salary of $150,875. This is according to The Washington Post anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Eugene Robinson Net Worth
Robinson has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million.
Eugene Robinson Career
Eugene started his journalism career in 1976 serving at the San Francisco Chronicle where his early assignments included the publishing heiress and the trial of Patty Hearst. In the year 1980, He then joined The Washington Post where he started as a city hall reporter at the paper. He was later promoted to assistant city editor in Buenos Aires, Argentina as a Southern American correspondent.
In addition, Eugene also became a London bureau chief and foreign editor, and currently serves for the paper’s Style section as the assistant managing editor. In the year 2005, He started writing columns for the opinion page of the paper. Besides that, Robinson also writes a twice-a-week column on politics, and culture, and conducts a weekly online conversation with readers.