Frank Bruni Newsletter, New York Times, Book, Husband, Age, Education, Salary and Net Worth

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Frank Bruni Biography and Wikipedia

Frank Bruni is an American journalist and author currently serving as a senior writer for The New York Times based in New York. He also writes newsletters for The Times Magazine and has authored several books like “The Beauty of Dusk” and “Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be”. He joined NYT in 1995, after working as a war correspondent, the chief movie critic and a religion writer for The Detroit Free Press.

Frank Bruni Education

Bruni attended The Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, Connecticut, United States. From there, he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1986. He then earned his Master of Science degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

Frank Bruni Age

How old is Frank? Bruni is 60 years old as of 2024. He was born Frank Anthony Bruni on October 31, 1964, in White Plains, New York City, United States. His birthday is celebrated on 31st October every year. His zodiac birth sign is Scorpio. READ: Greg Dutra 

Frank Bruni Nationality and Ethnicity

Bruni holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and brought up in White Plains, New York, United States. He is of white ethnicity/heritage.

Frank Bruni Height

Frank stands at an average height of 5 feet 11 inches and also maintains an average body weight of around 58 kilograms. However, information regarding his other body measurements is still under review. Bruni’s hair color is brown and his eye color is dark brown.

Frank Bruni Family | Parents

Bruni was born and raised as the youngest in a working-class family based in White Plains, New York City, USA. However, information regarding her mother and father is currently not yet available. He is known for keeping personal details about his family background away from the public. Therefore, more details about his parents will be updated once it is confirmed available.

Frank Bruni Husband | Wife

Is Frank Married? Bruni is an openly gay man who struggled with his eating and bulimia while he was growing up. He has also written a number of articles and columns about men and how dating works in the LGBTQ community. However, Bruni has never revealed any information about his dating life to the public. Thus, more information about his [artner and husband will be updated once it is available. READ: Steve Wyche

Frank Bruni Salary

Bruni working as a senior writer for The New York Times earns an estimated annual salary of $55,000 – $150,000.

Frank Bruni Net Worth

Bruni is an American journalist, columnist and author with an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Frank Bruni Books

Frank has written four New York Times bestsellers, each offering unique insights into diverse subjects. His repertoire includes “The Beauty of Dusk,” a poignant exploration of illness, aging, and optimism published in 2022. In 2015, he delved into the college admissions frenzy with “Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be.” Prior to that, his 2009 memoir “Born Round” delved into the intricate joys and torments of his relationship with food. Lastly, in 2002, he chronicled George W. Bush’s inaugural presidential campaign in “Ambling Into History.” READ: Lydia Blume

Frank Bruni Eyesight

Information regarding Frank’s eyesight is currently under review despite speculations that his right eye is not working properly. He even wrote a column in the New York Times describing figuratively how he wished that he could edit his right eye out of the equation and let his left eye guide him on its own. More details about Frank’s eyes will be updated once it is available.

Frank Bruni The New York Times

Frank began his career as a staff member of the New York Post. later, he went on to work on the Detroit Free Press and covered a wide range of beats, including the Persian Gulf War Stint. From there, Bruni came out as a gay man and wrote extensively on matters affecting the LGBT community and AIDS. In 1992, he won the Pulitzer Prize feature award for writing his profile about convicted child molesters.

From there, he was officially hired by the New York Times Magazine as a metropolitan reporter in 1995. NYT then assigned him to work as a Washington DC correspondent for close to two years where he covered the Capitol Hill and Congress news updates. In the 2000s, he worked as a Rome bureau chief after his promotion and became the New York Times restaurant critic two years later.

The National Lesbian and Gay Journalist Association then gave him its Randy Shilts Award for his long contribution and support of the LGBTQ community. He then worked for The Washington Post and joined CNN News as a contributor in 2011 while maintaining his work as a New York Times Writer.