Seth Abramovitch Biography
Seth Abramovitch is an illustrious American journalist currently working as a senior writer at The Hollywood Reporter since joining back in April 2012. Before joining The Hollywood Reporter, Abramovitch served as a writer at The Atlantic, New York Magazine, and Esquire.
Seth Abramovitch Age
Seth was born in the United States. However, he likes to keep confidential his details such as his age, date, and year of birth despite being in the spotlight. Nevertheless, he is around 47-55 years old, computing his physical presence.
Seth Abramovitch Height
Abramovitch stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 8 inches (Approx 1.73 m).
Seth Abramovitch Education
He studied at a local high school. Later, Seth joined NYU Tisch School of the Arts and graduated with a Master of Arts Degree in Interactive Telecommunications.
Seth Abramovitch Family
He was born to his stalwart mother Arlene Abramovitch and his staunch father Leonard Cohen in the USA. His father was a preeminent American poet by profession while his mother is an eminent writer also serving with The Hollywood Reporter and celebrates her birthday on the 3rd of October every year. Besides, He has a sibling whom he uploads on his Instagram account.
Seth Abramovitch Wife
Despite being a prominent public figure, Seth has managed to keep his love life status away from the public. However, this section will be updated as soon as we have precise information.
Seth Abramovitch Salary
Seth receives an annual salary of $93,027 per year. This is according to Hollywood Reporter anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Seth Abramovitch Net Worth
Abramovitch has an approximate net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Seth Abramovitch Career
Back in April 2012, He joined The Hollywood Reporter. Currently, He serves as a senior writer and covers a wide range of topics. Furthermore, Abramovitch has accumulated awards for his cover profile on Ellen Page and Dr. Heimlich’s Hollywood Maneuvers.
Additionally, Seth has penned cover stories on Bill Maher and Elizabeth Banks. Moreover, He has interviewed jailed boy band Svengali Lou Pearlman, written trend pieces on everything from millennial Hollywood assistants to the cronut, and chronicled the homelessness epidemic in Los Angeles. Before joining The Hollywood Reporter, he served at The Atlantic as a writer. Previously, Abramovitch served at New York Magazine as a writer. In the bargain, he has also served for Esquire as a writer.