Mark Landler Biography
Mark Landler is an American journalist who has been the White House Correspondent for The New York Times in Washington, D.C. since March 2011. How old is Mark Landler? – Age
Landler was born as Mark Aurel Landler in Stuttgart, Germany, on October 26, 1965. He will be 56 years old in 2021.
Where did Mark Landler go to school? – Education
He received his B.S. in international affairs from Georgetown University, where he was also the editor-in-chief of The Hoya. He was a Reuters Foundation Fellow at Oxford University in 1997.
Mark Landler – Family
There is no information available regarding Landler’s parents or siblings.
Landler is a married guy who lives in London with Angela Tung and their kid, Nicholas.
What is Landler Salary?
His pay is being reconsidered.
Landler Net Worth
He receives a net worth of $1.5 million.
Mark Landler Career
In 1987, Landler began his work as a copy boy at The New York Times. From 1990 until 1995, he worked as a reporter and media editor for Business Week magazine. Landler rejoined The Times as a financial reporter in 1995, covering the media and telecommunications industries. Landler was the Times’ Hong Kong bureau chief from 1998 until 2002. From 2002 until 2008, he worked as the European Economic Correspondent in Frankfurt. From 2009 to 2011, he was the newspaper’s Diplomatic Correspondent in Washington, covering Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Landler is a Times senior writer who has reported from 70 countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
He was honored by the Overseas Press Club in 2007 for his work on a series about China and the environment. Landler is the author of Alter Egos (Random House, 2016), a comparative analysis of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy that was voted the Financial Times’ best book of 2016. He appears on the PBS show Washington Week and the CBS Sunday news program Face the Nation on a regular basis. Landler belongs to the Council on Foreign Relations.
He became a White House Correspondent in March 2011, initially covering President Barack Obama and subsequently President Donald J. Trump.