JR Moehringer Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth,The New York Times

JR Moehringer


JR Moehringer Biogra

JR Moehringer is an American journalist and novelist. Currently, He is working on an adaptation of another of his books with George Clooney and also wrote Andre Agassi’s explosive life story. In 2000,  for newspaper feature writing, JR received the Pulitzer Prize.

Additionally, George Clooney is a director, editor, and producer working for The Tender Bar starring Ben Affleck in a big-screen adaptation of Moehringer’s 2005 memoir. The book was a major success when it was released and is a coming-of-age tale, told through Moehringer’s experiences coming back to the same local bar in his twenties.

JR Moehringer Age

JR was born in New York, New York, United States, on December 7, 1964. He is 57 years old.

JR Moehringer Height

Moehringer stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx. 175 m tall.

JR Moehringer Education

He studied at Saguaro High School in Scottsdale for his high school diploma. Later, JR graduated in the year 1986, from the University of Yale. After college, Moehringer began his journalism career at The New York Times as a news assistant.

JR Moehringer Family

He was raised in Manhasset, New York by a single mother and, later they moved to Arizona,  Scottsdale. He belongs to the white nationality. Though, JR has not much in public regarding his parents and siblings. We will update you on this part as soon as he reveals the details to the media.

JR Moehringer Wife

JR is married to his lovely and pretty wife Shannon Welch. She is a book editor. Together, they live in the Bay Area and share two children.

JR Moehringer Salary

JR earns an annual salary of $86,543 per year. This is according to The New York Times anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.

JR Moehringer Net Worth

Moehringer has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

JR Moehringer Career

He commenced his journalism career at The New York Times as a news assistant. In 1990, JR moved to Colorado, Breckenridge, and worked at the Rocky Mountain News. In 1994, Moehringer became a reporter in the Los Angeles Times for the Orange County bureau.

Additionally, the Los Angeles Times in the year 1997, sent JR to Atlanta to report as an on-the-scene reporter on the South. His work as a journalist later drove him to Colorado, Denver. He was nominated in Feature Writing in 1998 for the Pulitzer Prize and in 2000, received the Pulitzer.

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