|Real Name/Full Name:
|39 years old
|9 May 1984
|Irvine, California, United States
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|Is Ezra Klein Gay?:
|Journalist, Political commentator
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Ezra Klein is a journalist, political commentator, and blogger of American nationality who co-founded Vox. Before, he was a blogger and columnist for The Washington Post and an associate editor of The American Prospect.
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Early Life & Biography
Ezra Klein was born in the year 1984 on 9 May in Irvine, California, the United States of America to a Jewish family. He is a middle child of Abel Klein, his father, a mathematics professor at the University of California, Irvine, originally from Brazil, while his mother is an artist. Having graduated from University High School, he attended the University of California, Santa Cruz, before later transferring to the University of California, Los Angeles, from which he graduated in the year 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts in political science.
Ezra Klein is married to Annie Lowrey, an economic policy reporter at The Atlantic. The couple lives in Oakland, California, and together they are blessed with a single child whom much is not known about being born six weeks preterm in the year 2019 February.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 9 May 1984, Ezra Klein is 39 years old as of today’s date [current date]. His height is 1.7m tall, and his weight is 71 kg.
Klein worked in the year 2003 on a primary campaign of Howard Dean in Vermont and did an internship in the year 2004 for the Washington Monthly in Washington, D.C. In the year 2003, he and Moulitsas were two of the first bloggers to report from a political meeting, that of the California State Democratic Party. In the year 2007, on 10 December, Klein transferred his blog full-time to the American Prospect.
In the year 2011 May, when Bloomberg View began, Klein became a writer there in addition to his role at The Washington Post and MSNBC. Klein declared that he would be leaving The Washington Post in the year 2014 January, with the aim of starting a new media firm with several other veteran journalists. Klein had initially “proposed the formation of an independent, explanatory journalism website—comprising of more than three dozen staffers” and a yearly budget of more than US$10 million not to leave The Washington Post.
Klein was editor-in-chief at Vox, but currently editor-at-large, and previously wrote for and edited Wonkblog at The Washington Post. He often provides political reporting on MSNBC’s The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell The Rachel Maddow Show and Hardball with Chris Matthews. He is a former analyst to Countdown together with Keith Olbermann. In the year 2013, on 14 March, The Week magazine announced that Klein was among the many different individuals being considered to host MSNBC’s yet-unknown 8 p.m. weekday prime-time segment that would replace The Ed Show.
In the year 2015, on October Klein, along with Matt Yglesias and Sarah Kliff, launched The Weeds, a Vox podcast of highly detailed discussions on public policy. Klein as well hosts the podcast The Ezra Klein Show. Klein is Vox’s Netflix series Explained executive producer, which debuted in the year 2018. In the year 2019, in October, Klein, along with some reporters from Vox Media, began the Impeachment, Explained podcast.
Awards & Achievements
In the year 2010, he was named Blogger of the Year by The Week magazine as well as The Sidney Hillman Foundation. In the year 2011, he was named one of the 50 most powerful persons in Washington, D.C., by GQ. His blog was also named one of the 25 best financial blogs by Time magazine in 2011.
In 2013, Klein won the Online News Association Award for Best Online Commentary. He also won the American Political Science Association’s Carey McWilliams Award for “a major journalistic contribution to our understanding of politics.” He appeared as one of 80 men featured in Esquire’s 80th-anniversary issue and in a feature in T magazine.
Net Worth & Salary of Ezra Klein in [current date format=’Y’]
The renowned journalist with a much vast of experience has a net worth of $5 million as of February 2024. Ezra Klein makes his earnings and wealth from his long term careers of journalism, blogger, and political commentary. His proficiency and experience in his career have made him be approved and employed by the famous and all-time leading media houses. I was blown away by how good he was—how much the kid wrote,” Pearlstein said.
From California to several states, Ezra Klein has had a progressive path in his career. Years of commitment and dedication have shaped him into one of the greatest journalists in the United States. He has become a role model for many upcoming journalists in the US.