Charles M Blow Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Salary, Married, Wife, Kids
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|Full Name:||Charles M Blow|
|Birth Date:||August 11, 1970|
|Profession:||Journalist, columnist, writer|
|Birth Place||Gibsland, Louisiana|
|Education||Grambling State University|
|Kids||Tahj , Iman , Ian|
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Charles M Blow is an American journalist and commentator. He gives public opinions and social justice. Charles has appeared on channels such as CNN and MSNBC. He is also a current New York Times columnist.
Early Life of Charles M Blow
Charles M Blow was born on 11th August 1970, in Gibsland, Louisiana, United States. As of 2019, he is 49 years old with the birth sign Leo. His birth name is Charles McRay Blow. He grew up in Gibsland, Louisiana.
Charles’s ethnicity is African-American and holds an American nationality. American journalist Charles graduated in mass communication from Grambling State University with a bachelor’s degree.
Is Charles M Blow Bisexual? Is he married?
Charles M Blow is in a relationship. He also announced that he is bisexual in 2014. Charles has three children, and two are twins. His eldest son Tahj attended Yale University and his twins Iman and Ian are attending Middlebury College and Columbia University. In 2014, Blow publicly came out as bisexual.
What is Charles M Blow Net Worth and Salary?
Charles has earned a decent amount of money throughout his career. However, the exact value of net worth and salary is still unknown through any sources.
- As a student, he completed an internship at the New York Times and was the editor-in-chief of the student newspaper The Gramblinite.
- He also founded the now-defunct student magazine “Razz”.
- He has worked as a graphic director and art director for the New York Times and National Geographic.
- In April 2008, he began writing a column in The New York Times. His column was originally published every two weeks on Saturdays.
- In May 2009 it became a weekly feature and appeared twice a week in December 2012.
- From May 2014 it will be released every Monday and Thursday. Blow often appears on CNN and MSNBC.
- On February 22, 2012, Blow referred to the “magical underwear” of presidential candidate Mitt Romney, an obvious reference to the temple robe, in response to a Romney commentary on two-parent households.
- The commentary was criticized as insensitive to Mormons. In response, Romney joked, “I think we’re finding out for the first time that the media is a bit biased.” Blow apologized later.
- Likewise, in 2014, Blow published the book-long essay entitled Fire Shut Up In My Bones.
- In August 2016, Donald Trump described him as a “fanatic” when he appeared on CNN with Donald Trump’s presidential campaign delegate Bruce Levell.
- In February 2017, Blow had a heated exchange with political commentator Kayleigh McEnany on CNN’s CNN Tonight show with Don Lemon.