Robert Draper is an eminent novelist and journalist. He currently works as a contributor for The New York Times Magazine. Robert also works as a correspondent for GQ Magazine. He is also the author of Do Not Ask What Good We Do: Inside the United States House of Representatives. He previously worked for Texas Monthly before joining The New York Times Magazine and GQ.
Robert Draper Age
Robert Draper was born in the United States of America on November 15, 1959. He is 62 years old.
Robert Draper Height
Robert stands at the height of 5 ft 8 in/1.73m tall.
Robert Draper Family
Robert was born in the United States to a devoted mother and a steadfast father. He has not, however, provided any pertinent details regarding his loving parents or whether he has any siblings. As a result, it is currently unknown where his parents and siblings are.
Robert Draper Wife
Robert is currently married. Robert is in a relationship with his lovely fiancee, Kirsten Anne Powers. She is a prominent American political analyst, liberal writer, and author who is 54 years old. Kirsten currently works as an on-air political commentator for CNN.
She also contributes to USA Today as a writer. Kirsten is a frequent guest on CNN’s The Lead with Jake Tapper, CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, and Anderson Cooper 360°. She was born on December 14, 1967. Previously, Robert was married to Meg Littleton, his ex-wife. They tied the knot in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Robert Draper Education
In Houston, Texas, Robert attended Westchester High School. He participated in high school debates while still in high school. Later, Robert enrolled in the University of Texas at Austin and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in the Plan II Honors program. He also contributed to the university newspaper, The Daily Texan.
Robert Draper Salary
Robert pockets an annual salary of $89,405.
Robert Draper Net Worth
Robert’s approximate net worth is $4 million.
Robert Draper Career
He is currently employed for The New York Times Magazine. Robert contributes to this page. He also works for GQ Magazine. Robert works as a correspondent there. He previously worked at Texas Monthly before joining The New York Times Magazine. As a journalist and editor, Robert had met many well-known personalities, including Carol Dawson, Mary Karr, and Stephen Harrigan.
He had flown to Bolivia with a Belgian photographer named Cédric Gerbehaye to write about lithium. Robert joined the Texas Monthly team in 1991. During his time at the magazine, he collaborated with Gary Cartwright, Joe Nick Patoski, Jim Shahin, Michael Levy, Evan Smith, and Gregory Curtis. After leaving the monthly magazine, Robert worked as a contributing writer for National Geographic for a year.
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