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Net Worth of Bret Louis Stephens, Bio, Age, Wife, Height, Books

Net Worth of Bret Louis Stephens, Bio, Age, Wife, Height, Books

Facts of Bret Louis Stephens

Full Name:Bret Louis Stephens
Birth Date:November 21, 1973
Age:50 years
Country:United States
Height: 6 feet 4 inches (1.93m)
WifeCorinna da Fonseca-Wollheim
MarriedCorinna da Fonseca-Wollheim
DivorcePamela Paul
Net Worth$2.5 million
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorBrown
Birth PlaceNew York City, NY
EducationMiddlesex Institution, University of Chicago, The London School of Economics
FatherCharles Stephens
MotherXenia Stephens
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Bret Louis Stephens is a reputable journalist, columnist, and editor who leans toward the right of center in the United States. He has worked for reputable publications like The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.

Where is Bret Louis Stephens from?

Bret Louis Stephens opened his eyes to this beautiful world on November 21, 1973. He was born in New York, New York, United States. As of 2022, he is 48 years old. According to his full date of birth, his sun sign is Saggitarius. Bret celebrates his birthday on the 21st of Nove every year.

He was born to Charles Stephens (father) and Xenia Stephens (mother). His mother was a stay-at-home mom, while his father was the vice president of a big chemical firm in Mexico. Bret’s grandfather’s name is  Louis Stephens. He holds American citizenship and follows Christianity as a religion. Similarly, he belongs to white mixed background.

What did Bret Louis Stephens study?

In Mexico, Bret finished his elementary education. He enrolled in the Middlesex Institution, a boarding school in Massachusetts when he was 14 years old. Likewise, Bret wanted to study anthropology after graduating from high school. He decided to attend the University of Chicago to study political philosophy instead. The London School of Economics is where he later obtained a master’s degree in comparative politics.

Who is Bret Louis Stephens’s Wife?

Louis is in a conjugal relationship with Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim. By profession, his wife is a ‘New York Times music critic. The duo might have met each other through their works. After dating for a while the duo ties the knot in front of their friends and files.

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Caption: Bret Louis Stephens’s wife (Photo: Music)

Was Bret Louis Stephens previously married?

Bret was previously the spouse of Pamela Paul. By profession, his ex-wife is an editor at The New York Times Book Review. However, not much information about their dating time is known.

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Caption: Bret Louis Stephens’s ex-wife (Photo: Freedom)

They said the marriage vows in front of their friends and family. However their relationship didn’t last long and they got a divorce.

What is the Net Worth of Bret Louis Stephens?

As of 2022, Bret has an estimated net worth of around $2.5 million. He made that sum of money from his career as an American conservative journalist, editor, and columnist.

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Caption: Bret Louis Stephens in the show (Photo: Flocs)

The average salary of an American journalist is around $49,227 per year or $25.24 per hour. Aside from his career, he is also earning an extra sum of money from ads, sponsorship, and paid partnership.

How tall is Bret Louis Stephens?

Bret stands at the height of 6 feet 4 inches while he has a body weight of around 68 kg. He has an attractive pair of brown eyes and beautiful short brown hair.

Career Line of Bret Louis Stephens

  • Bret is an American conservative journalist, editor, and columnist by profession.
  • Bret joined The Wall Street Journal as an op-ed editor at the age of 25, after relocating to New York.
  • The majority of his writings were influenced by neo-conservatism, a topic he had studied in college.
  • He was the editor of the State of the Union weekly piece.
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Caption: Bret Louis Stephens giving an interview (Photo: Dispatch)
  • Additionally, he began writing for the publication Commentary in the early 2000s and has continued to do so ever since.
  • Bret made significant progress in 2002 when he was appointed editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post.
  • His book, America in Retreat: The New Isolationism and the Coming Global Disorder, was published in November 2014.
  • In the book, he lambasted the Obama administration and asserted that America had been losing its status as the world’s policeman in recent years.
  • He published the book Has Obama Made the World a More Dangerous Place? in August 2015.
  • He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in 2013 for his insightful essays on American politics and international issues.