Nick Acocella (Dead) Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Net Worth, Pasta & Politics

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Nick Acocella Biography

This is what you need to know about the late Nick Acocella, an Emmy Award-winning television producer, and editor. Nick is the founding editor of Politifax, inveterate keeper of all things Hudson County, an unconquerable curious spirit with a hunger to understand and explain the inner workings of New Jersey politics, and host of his own show Pasta & Politics.

Nick Acocella Death

Nick Acocella passed away on June 20, 2020, at the age of 77. He died at home, and the cause was cancer. Acocella edited a statewide political newsletter called Politifax but didn’t vocally take sides.

Many have taken to social media to send their condolences to family and friends. Christie, the former governor, remembered Acocella on Twitter, calling him “a true renaissance man and a wonderful friend.”

Nick Acocella Age

Nick Acocella was born on 7 February 1943 in Hoboken, New Jersey, United States. He was 77 years old at the time of his death.

Nick Acocella Wife

Acocella was a married man but little is known about the love of his life and children if any. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.

Nick Acocella Net Worth

Acocella had an approximated net worth of $100K -$500K U.S dollars. His career as an editor and journalist was the primary source of his income.

Nick Acocella Education

The New Jersey City, native Acocella grew up in West New York. He is a graduate from St. Peter’s Prep and the University of California Berkeley, worked as a freelance journalist, and wrote multiple books about baseball, including The Book of Baseball Lineups, before turning his attention fully to New Jersey politics.

Nick Acocella Career

Acocella had spent one year as a high school teacher in Bergen County, he enjoyed an eclectic, unconventional career at the nexus of politics, sports, and journalism. ”

Acocella combined his love of cooking meals and political deals, to paraphrase him, on his public television show, Pasta & Politics, Mr. Acocella possessed a passion for the American political experience, specifically as expressed through the dungeon crawl of his home state – and his home county.

Acocella delighted New Jersey’s political establishment with his original newsletter, Politifax, which appeared each week for over 20 years, concentrated insider knowledge in one digestible, eminently readable, redoubtable go-to resource.

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