Richard Brookhiser Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, National Review
Richard Brookhiser Biography
Richard Brookhiser is a historian, Editor, Author, and journalist presently serving at National Review as a senior editor. He is most widely known for a series of biographies of America’s founders, including George Washington, Gouverneur Morris, and Alexander Hamilton. Moreover, while in high school in Rochester, New York, Brookhiser wrote his first National Review Essay.
Richard Brookhiser Age
Richard was born in Rochester, New York, United States, on July 23, 1955. He is 66 years old and on July 23 of every year celebrates his birthday.
Richard Brookhiser Height
Brookhiser stands at a height of 6 ft 3 inches/ Approx 1.9 m tall.
Richard Brookhiser Education
He attended Rochester, New York for his high school diploma. Later on, Richard earned a bachelor’s degree in Art from the University of Yale. Moreover, while in high school in Rochester, New York, Brookhiser wrote his first National Review Essay.
Richard Brookhiser Family
He was born in Rochester, New York, the United States to his caring Robert Brookhiser and Elizabeth. His father served in Rochester with Eastman Kodak. Richard during world war ii was a lieutenant in the Army Air Corps. However, information regarding her siblings is not yet known to the public.
Richard Brookhiser Wife
Richard is married to his nice-looking wife Jeanne Safer. Jeanne is a fellow author and a psychologist. The couple has no children. During his free time, He like hiking, biking, traveling, as well as spending much time with his family members.
Richard Brookhiser Salary
Richard receives an annual salary of $85,000. This is according to National Review Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Richard Brookhiser Net Worth
Brookhiser has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million U.S dollars.
Richard Brookhiser Career
He is a historian, Editor, Author, and journalist now serving at National Review as a senior editor. Richard is famous for his series of biographies of America and its founders including George Washington and Gouverneur Morris, and Alexander Hamilton, and most widely known for a series of biographies of America’s founders. Brookhiser was awarded in a White House ceremony in 2008 by President George W. Bush the National Humanities Medal.