Nicholas Fandos Biography
Nicholas Fandos is an eminent American journalist. Presently, he has been covering the Metro desk and the United States Congress for The New York Times since September 2021. He was a managing editor at The Harvard Crimson before joining the New York Times.
Nicholas Fandos Age
Nicholas Fandos was born in St. Louis, USA. He hasn’t mentioned his exact date and day of birth.
Nicholas Fandos Height
Nicholas stands at a height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75 m tall.
Nicholas Fandos Family
Nicholas’s parents raised him in St. Louis where he was born and raised. He is an American citizen. But, he has not revealed out any information about his parents or siblings.
Nicholas Fandos Girlfriend
Nicholas currently resides in New York. He prefers to keep his personal life private, hence he has not disclosed any information about his relationship status.
Nicholas Fandos Education
Nicholas attended St. Louis University High School, where he was the editor-in-chief of Prep News, the school’s weekly newspaper. Later, in 2015, he graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. in History and Literature.
Nicholas Fandos Salary
Nicholas earns an annual salary of $67,268.
Nicholas Fandos Net Worth
Nicholas’ approximate net worth is $1 million.
Nicholas Fandos Career
Since September 2021, he has worked for The New York Times as a New York politics writer, covering the Metro desk and the United States Congress. He commenced his career as the managing editor of the undergraduate newspaper, The Harvard Crimson, and as an intern for Politico.
He was appointed a David Rosenbaum Reporting Intern at The New York Times for three months after graduating in 2015. He was hired as a full-time news assistant at The New York Times in 2015 before being elevated to cover Congress and the Trump administration as a reporter in the Times’ Washington, D.C. bureau in February 2017. He has appeared on C-SPAN regularly. Among his more significant tales is his story on The River of Blood (monument).
He was reportedly chastised by Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter Matthew Rosenberg for his overreaction to the Capitol Hill riots on January 6, 2021, in which Matthew is said to have referred to Fantos and another New York Times reporter as “f—in’ b—-es” for their dramatic reaction.