Ari Shapiro NPR & Michael Gottlieb , Husband, Pink Martini, Bio, Age, Height, Gay, Salary and Net Worth

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Ari Shapiro Biography

Ari Shapiro is an American journalist and radio personality, best known for his work as the host of the NPR news program, “All Things Considered.” Previously, he served as an International Correspondent for two years based in London. Prior to that, he spent four years as NPR’s White House Correspondent, covering President Barack Obama’s first and second terms

Ari Shapiro Education

Ari studied at Beaverton High School in Portland Oregon. After completing high school, he attended Yale University where he graduated with a degree in English and Theatre Studies in 2000.

Ari Shapiro Age and Birthday

How old is Ari? Shapiro is 45 years old as of 2023. He was born on September 30, 1978, in Fargo, North Dakota and grew up in Portland, Oregon, United States. His birthday is always celebrated on September 30th of every year. RELATED: Vanessa Ruffes 

Ari Shapiro Nationality and Ethnicity

Ari holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born in Fargo, North Dakota, and grew up in Portland, Oregon, United States. He is of Jewish descent/ethnicity/heritage/ancestry.

Ari Shapiro Height

How tall is Ari? Shapiro stands at an average height of 5 feet 9 inches (approximately 1.76 m)

Ari Shapiro Family Parents

Ari was born in Fargo, North Dakota and grew up in Portland, Oregon by his parents. His parents (father) Leonard Shapiro and (mother) Elayne Shapiro were both of Jewish descent and were both professors at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota. RELATED: Dave Ramsey

Ari Shapiro Husband | Gay

Is Ari married? Shapiro is currently married to her longtime partner/husband Michael Gottlieb, a lawyer who served for two years from 2013 to 2015 in the office of the White House Counsel. The couple got married officially through a wedding ceremony on February 27, 2004, in San Fransisco City Hall.

Ari Shapiro Salary

Ari currently working as a host at NPR earns an estimated annual salary of $80,000. RELATED: Milly Shapiro

Ari Shapiro Net Worth

Ari Shapiro is an American journalist and radio personality with an estimated net worth of $5 million.

Ari Shapiro Pink Martini

Shapiro, who is not a full-time singer, makes appearances as a guest vocalist with the “little orchestra” Pink Martini. Several of his songs in various languages have been included in their recent albums. Since his Hollywood Bowl debut in 2009, Shapiro has entertained audiences live at prestigious venues worldwide, such as New York’s Carnegie Hall, London’s Royal Albert Hall, and Paris’ L’Olympia. He collaborated with Tony Award winner Alan Cumming in 2019 to create the “Och and Oy” show, and they are currently touring the country with it.

Ari Shapiro NPR

Ari Shapiro has been co-hosting “All Things Considered,” a renowned afternoon news program of NPR, since 2015. His addition to the program was followed by an unprecedented growth in the number of listeners tuning in during a typical quarter-hour, making it the most popular program on radio at that time. RELATED: Marlo Thomas

Shapiro has covered stories from a vast range of locations, including regions above the Arctic Circle and aboard Air Force One. He has reported on wars in Iraq, Ukraine, and Israel, and has shared his experiences from several countries and almost all of the 50 states.

Before joining “All Things Considered,” Shapiro spent two years in London as NPR’s International Correspondent, where he traveled extensively to report on various topics for NPR’s news programs. Prior to that, he spent four years as NPR’s White House Correspondent, covering President Barack Obama’s first and second terms, and embedded himself with Republican candidate Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign during the 2012 election. Shapiro’s journalism career began with five years as NPR’s Justice Correspondent during the George W. Bush Administration, where he covered controversial issues such as surveillance, detention, and interrogation after the September 11 attacks.

Ari Shapiro Awards

Shapiro has received consistent recognition from his colleagues for his reporting. He has been the recipient of multiple prestigious awards, including two national Edward R. Murrow awards. These awards were given for his exceptional coverage of Breonna Taylor’s life and death, as well as his reporting on the Trump Administration’s asylum policies on the US-Mexico border. The Columbia Journalism Review acknowledged his investigation into disability benefits for injured American veterans with laurel, and the American Bar Association recognized his exposé on the failures of Louisiana’s detention system after Hurricane Katrina with the Silver Gavel award. Additionally, Shapiro was the first recipient of the American Judges’ Association American Gavel Award, for his reporting on the U.S. courts and the American justice system. Finally, he won the Daniel Schorr Journalism Prize at the young age of 25, for his investigative piece on methamphetamine use and HIV transmission.