Sonny Bunch Biography
Sonny Bunch is an American journalist, podcaster, and writer currently working as a culture editor at The Bulwark mainly covering politics and pop culture. He joined the network back in July 2020. As a podcaster, he presently hosts the business of Hollywood and also co-hosts the Sub-Beacon podcast alongside Jonathan V. Last and Victorino Matus.
As a writer, his articles have appeared in several media outlets including Commentary, The Wall Street Journal, New Atlantis, The Weekly Standard, The Washington Times, and Washington Free Beacon.
Sonny Bunch Age
Sonny Bunch was born in Washington, D.C., in the United States. He is around 43 years old although his actual age remains unavailable to the public.
Sonny Bunch Height
Sonny stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (approx. 1.72 m).
Sonny Bunch Family
Sonny was born and also raised under the love and care of his loving and supportive parents in Washington, D.C., in the United States.
Sonny Bunch Wife
Despite serving in the journalism industry, Sonny has kept his marital status away from media attention. As a result, it is not known whether Sonny is single, dating, engaged, married, or divorced. Nevertheless, rest assured to be posted as soon as he discloses the matter to the public.
Sonny Bunch Education
In 2000, he enrolled at the University of Virginia where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and Government in 2004.
Sonny Bunch Salary
He receives a remarkable salary of $89,630 annually. This is according to The Bulwark culture editors’ salaries.
Sonny Bunch Net Worth
Sonny Bunch has stockpiled a decent amount of fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Sonny Bunch Career
As of now, Sonny works as the culture editor at The Bulwark since July 2020. Before, he worked as the editor-in-chief at REBELLER for a year and a month. He served as the film critic and executive editor at the Washington Free Beacon from January 2012 to July 2019. Moreover, he served for a year and eight months as a writer at Berman and Company.
He started his journalism career in May 2004 when he was hired at Roll Call as an editorial assistant. Later, Sonny joined The Weekly Standard where he served as an assistant editor for three years and a month. In addition, he served as a film critic and features writer at the Washington Times from July 2008 to December 2009.