Todd S Purdum is a journalist and novelist from the United States. He is presently a national editor and national political correspondent for Vanity Fair magazine. His 2008 piece examined Clinton’s post-presidency financial affairs, demeanor, and potential personal transgressions.
He formerly worked for The New York Times as a correspondent and the Los Angeles bureau director until late 2005. Previous to that, from 1994 to 1997, the journalist worked as a White House correspondent for the New York Times. He began working as a staff writer for The Atlantic in July 2018.
Todd S Purdum Age
Todd S Purdum was born in Macomb, Illinois, United States of America on December 13, 1959. He is 62 years old.
Todd S Purdum Height
Todd stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Todd S Purdum Family
Todd was born on December 13, 1959, in Macomb, Illinois, to his father Jerry S. Purdum, and his mother Connie Purdum. His father was a banker, an investor, and an insurance broker.
Todd S Purdum Wife
In 1987, Todd married his ex-wife Tiffany Windsor Bluemel. Todd married his second wife, former White House Press Secretary Dee Dee Myers, after their divorce. In 1997, the couple exchanged wedding vows. From 1993 to 1994, Myers worked for former US President Bill Clinton. Kate and Stephen are the couple’s two children. Todd and Myers’ connection serves as the foundation for C.J. Cregg and Danny Concannon’s relationship on The West Wing.
Todd S Purdum Education
Todd graduated from St. Paul’s School in 1978 with a high school diploma. He then went on to Princeton University to further his study. The journalist was a member of the University Press Club while there. In 1982, he graduated from Princeton with a Bachelor of Arts in journalism.
Todd S Purdum Salary
Todd receives an annual salary of $70,238.
Todd S Purdum Net Worth
Todd’s estimated net worth is $2 million.
Todd S Purdum Career
Todd currently works for Vanity Fair magazine as a national editor and national political correspondent. In 2006, the award-winning journalist was named national editor of Vanity Fair magazine. She had previously spent the previous 23 years at The New York Times. In 1982, he started working for the Times as a copyboy. The journalist went on to become a correspondent in the Washington bureau. He also worked as a diplomatic and White House correspondent while there.
She was the Los Angeles bureau chief from 1997 until 2001. In New York, he also worked as a metropolitan reporter and as the city-hall bureau chief. For the July 2008 issue of Vanity Fair, the journalist penned a critical story titled “The Comeback Id” against Bill Clinton. His piece examined Clinton’s post-presidency financial affairs, demeanor, and potential personal transgressions.