Peter Abraham Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, Boston Globe
Peter Abraham Biography
Peter Abraham is a journalist now working for Boston Globe as a news reporter. Before joining the Globe in 2010, Peter was serving in White Plains, New York for The Journal News.
Peter Abraham Age
Peter was born in Bed Ford, Massauchettes, in the United States, on July 29. Though, He has not shared his exact year of birth and age with the public eye due to his secretive nature. Therefore, his age is unavailable to the public.
Peter Abraham Height
Abraham stands at an average height is 5 ft 6 inches/ approx 1.68 m tall.
Peter Abraham Education
He is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Peter Abraham Family
Peter was born to his caring and loving parents in Bed Ford, Massauchettes in the USA. He is the oldest child in his family. Furthermore, his parents had already retired when he was moved to serve for Boston Globe in 2010.
Additionally, Peter is also a family-oriented person who on June 21, 2020, wished his father a happy father’s day. His father also taught him how to score a baseball game. However, He has not disclosed the number of siblings that he has or the identity of his parents.
Peter Abraham Wife
Pater lives in Massachusetts, Boston together with two do pets one going by the name Ginger. However, despite being a well-renowned reporter, He has not revealed his love life to the public eye. This prompted in February 2019 when one of his followers on Instagram inquire if he is married. Additionally, Abraham has not revealed his previous dating history to the public eye.
Peter Abraham Salary
Peter receives an annual salary of $99,600 per year. This is according to Boston Globe anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Peter Abraham Net Worth
Abraham has an approximated net worth of $1 million – $5 million U.S dollars.
Peter Abraham Career
He is currently serving for the Boston Globe as a reporter where he has been covering the Red Sox since September 2010. Before joining the Boston Globe, Peter was working in White Plains, New York for The Journal News where he had been covering the Yankees since 2005.
Additionally, during his career as a reporter, Abraham before joining The Journal has also covered the Mets for four years. Before moving to New York in 1999, Peter covered the 13 seasons for The Norwich for the University of Connecticut men’s basketball team.