Guy Raz Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, NPR
Guy Raz Biography
Guy Raz is an American radio host, correspondent, and journalist presently working at National Public Radio (NPR). Raz has been described by Guy’s podcasts and The New York Times and has combined monthly viewers of 19.2 million downloads as “one of the most notable podcasters in history”. Guy Raz has also covered over 45 nations. He is also the creator of “Three Minute Fiction” NPR’s notable literary segment.
Guy Raz Age
Guy was born in West Covina, California, in the United States, on November 9, 1975. He is 45 years old and on November 9th every year celebrates his birthday.
Guy Raz Height
Raz stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 inches/ Approx 1.75 m tall.
Guy Raz Education
He graduated from the University of Brandeis in 1996. Afterward, Guy joined the University of Cambridge and received a master’s degree in history. During his time at Havard University, He was a Nieman journalism fellow.
Guy Raz Family
Despite being a public figure, Guy has managed to keep his details regarding his father, mother, and siblings. However, research information concerning his family members and siblings is ongoing and will be updated.
Guy Raz Wife
He is married to his caring and nice-looking wife Hannah Raz. She serves as an attorney. The duo married in 2008. The couple with their adorable children lives in Washington D.C.
Guy Raz Salary
Guy receives an annual salary of $76,747 per year. This is according to NPR anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Guy Raz’s Net worth
Raz has an approximated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Guy Raz Career
Guy in 1997 joined NPR serving on NPR’s afternoon news program All Things Considered as an intern. He finally would serve in the newsroom from temporary production assistant to breaking news anchor in virtually every job. Guy served for previous “Murrow Boy” NPR Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr as a personal research assistant.
Later on, He served as a general assignment reporter, reporting the story behind the popular Doors song “Light My Fire” where he interviewed all surviving members of the band and the 2000 presidential primaries. Raz also wrote for other publications during this time, mainly for the Washington City Paper and The Washington Post, among others.