Harry Siegel Biography
Harry Siegel is an American columnist and author now working at The Daily Beast as the senior editor. Harry also serves for New York Daily News as a weekly column writer. Furthermore, he is also the FAQ NYC podcast co-host.
Harry Siegel Age
Harry was born in Brooklyn, New York, in the United States, in 1977. He is 44 years old.
Harry Siegel Height
Siegel stands at a moderate height is 5 ft 7 inches/ approx 1.7 m tall.
Harry Siegel Education
He is a graduate st the University of Brandeis in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Harry Siegel Family
Harry is a fourth-generation native of Brooklyn, New York in his family. His parents met while they were both serving at Empire State College as professors. Additionally, His parents have settled for more than three decades in a Victorian in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn. He was also raised along with his brother who is a senior writer at Tablet Magazine called Jacob Siegel.
Harry Siegel Wife
Harry is a married man. Harry and his wife are proud parents of two daughters, E.R and J.P. Furthermore, his daughters are fifth-generation New Yorkers. Harry and his wife reside in Brooklyn, New York together with their two daughters. However, Harry has not gone in public about how he met his wife and when they exchanged their wedding vows.
Harry Siegel Salary
Harry earns an annual salary of $99,700. This is according to The Daily Beast anchors/reporter’s salaries.
Harry Siegel Net Worth
Siegel has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Harry Siegel Career
He is currently serving at The Daily Beast as the senior editor. During his free time, Harry writes for New York Daily News a weekly column. During his career as a journalist, He has served as an editorial writer for The New York Sun.
While working there, Harry was the first editorial and opinions page editor after it was launched in 2002. Additionally, he also founded New Partisan along with Tim Marchman for New York Sun web. Between 2005 to 2006, He served as editor-in-chief for the New York Press.
Furthermore, Siegel has also served between 2008 to 2010 for POLITICO as an editor. He has also been a Knight-Wallace Fellow at Michigan University in the 2010-2011 academic year.
Additionally, his writing has also been featured in The New Republic, The New York Post, City Journal, The New York Observer, The Wall Street Journal, and The Weekly Standard.