Sam Sifton Biography
Sam Sifton is a well-known journalist in the United States. Since March 2020, he has served as The New York Times Assistant Managing Editor. He is the founding editor of New York Times Cooking and is in charge of cultural and lifestyle coverage. He joined The Times in April 2002 as Food Editor and will remain there until March 2020. Before, he worked as the paper’s national editor.
Sam Sifton Age
Sam Sifton was born in the US on June 5, 1966. He is 56 years old.
Sam Sifton height
Sam stands at the height of 5 ft 7 in/1.70 m tall.
Sam Sifton Family
He was born in the United States to a diligent mother and father. His parents are the Hon. Charles Proctor Sifton and Elisabeth Sifton. His father is a senior district judge for the Eastern District of New York, and his mother is a senior vice president at Farrar, Straus & Giroux and the author of The Serenity Prayer.
Ursula Niebuhr, his maternal grandmother, was the author of Remembering Reinhold Niebuhr and the founder of the Barnard College Religion Department. In addition, his maternal grandfather was theologian Reinhold Niebuhr.
Sam Sifton Wife
Sam is happily married to Tina Fallon. Tina is a theatre producer that works on her own. However, because they live in Brooklyn, their facts regarding whether or not they have any children.
Sam Sifton Education
Sam attended Harvard College after graduating from high school. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history and literature in 1988, earning a magna cum laude.
Sam Sifton Salary
Sam receives an annual salary of $83,270.
Sam Sifton Net Worth
Sam’s approximate net worth is $2 million.
Sam Sifton Career
Sam has written one cookbook, The New York Times Cooking No-Recipe Dishes, which includes several dishes. The book, which was released in 2021, includes over 100 beautifully photographed no-recipe recipes that make cooking more inspiring and delicious. Clarkson Potter also released the book, which has 256 pages. The book is also available on Google Play Books, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and the Kindle Store.
Since March 2020, he has served as The New York Times Assistant Managing Editor. He is the founding editor of New York Times Cooking and is in charge of cultural and lifestyle coverage. Sam joined The Times in April 2002 as Food Editor and will remain there until March 2020. Sam has also worked as a food critic and columnist for The New York Times Magazine.
He was previously the paper’s national editor. He was a founding editor of Talk in 1998. Moreover, from 1990 to 1998, he held multiple jobs at the weekly New York Press. Sam worked as a restaurant reviewer, contributing editor, senior editor, media critic, and managing editor, among other things.
His journalism career began in 1988 when he was hired by American Heritage magazine. He was an editor’s assistant. In addition, from 1990 to 1994, Sam taught social studies in the New York City public school system.