Robert Krulwich Biography
Robert Krulwich is a prominent American television and radio journalist currently working as a science correspondent for NPR, and prior to that, Robert worked as a co-host of the program Radiolab. He has served as a full-time employee of Pacifica, National Public Radio, CBS, and ABC.
Before, Robert did assignment pieces for World News Tonight and ABC’s Nightline, as well as PBS’s NOW, NOVA, and Frontline with Bill Moyers. New York Magazine wrote that he’s “the man who simplifies without being simple” and TV Guide named him “the most inventive network reporter in television”.
Robert Krulwich Age
Robert Krulwich was born on 5th August 1947. He is 75 years old.
Robert Krulwich Height
Robert stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 7 inches (Approx. 1.70).
Robert Krulwich Family
Robert was born and brought up by his caring and loving parents. Nonetheless, information with reference to his parents and/or siblings is not known at the moment and shall be updated as soon as it’s available.
Robert Krulwich Wife
Robert is happily married to his gorgeous wife called Tamar Lewin, a national reporter for The New York Times. Together, the adorable couple shares two pretty children named Jesse and Nora Ann. The family currently lives in New York City and Shelter Island, New York, United States of America.
Robert Krulwich Education
He attended Oberlin College where he attained his BA in U.S. history in 1969. Later on, Robert enrolled at Columbia Law School and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 1974. He became Washington bureau chief for Rolling Stone in 1976.
Robert Krulwich Salary
He earns a remarkable salary ranging between $100k – $500k per year.
Robert Krulwich Net Worth
Robert earns his wealth from his successful career, therefore, he has garnered a fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Robert Krulwich Career
He is currently working as a science correspondent for NPR, and prior to that, Robert worked as a co-host of the program Radiolab. He served as a business and economics correspondent for NPR from 1978 to 1985. Yearly through the 1990s, he hosted a semi-fictional year-in-review program known as Backfire for NPR.
In 2005, Robert re-established a relationship with NPR, where he made frequent contributions to numerous programs on science topics while continuing to produce periodic segments for ABC News. He substitutes for the hosts of NPR’s magazine shows, and from mid-2004 to January 2020, he co-hosted the Radiolab program alongside Jad Abumrad.