Carl Bernstein Biography
|Date of Birth:||1944 , February-14|
|Age:||75 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Name||Carl Bernstein|
|Birth Place/City||Washington, D.C|
|Special Title||Reporting on Watergate scandal|
|Married to||Christine Kuehbeck (m. 2003), Nora Ephron (m. 1976–1980), Carol Honsa (m. 1968–1972)|
|Education||University of Maryland|
|Movies||All the President's Men, The Final Days|
|Books||A Woman in Charge: The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton|
American journalist and writer, Carl Bernstein teamed up with Bob Woodward; the two did much of the original news reporting on the Watergate scandal.
The work of Woodward and Bernstein was called "maybe the single greatest reporting effort of all time" by longtime journalism figure Gene Roberts.
Early Life And Education Of Carl Bernstein
Carl Bernstein was born on February 14, 1944, in Washington, D.C., United States. His parents are Sylvia Walker and Alfred Bernstein. Carl grew up in a middle-class family in his birthland in Washington, D.C. along with his parents.
According to Carl's nationality, he is American and holds US citizenship. Carl's ethnicity is white. There is no any information relating to Bernstein's siblings.
Carl Bernstein attended Montgomery Blair High School which is located in Silver Spring, Maryland. During his student life, he also worked as exchange manager for the school's newspaper Silver Chips.
Carl Bernstein's Career
Carl made his journalism career debut at the age of 16; he started working as a copyboy for The Washington Star. Later in 1965, he joined Elizabeth Daily Journal in New Jersey as a full-time reporter. And for his work of investigative reporting, he won first prize in New Jersey's press association. In 1966, Carl left New Jersey to work for Washington Post. In Washington Post, h became one of the paper's best writing stylists.
Carl Bernstein has also worked as an author of several books; in 1974 Carl along with the author Bob Woodward published the non-fiction book All the President's Men. The book was mainly focused on the investigation of the first Watergate break-in and ensuing scandal.
Later in 1976, he again co worked with Bob for the non-fiction book The Final Days, the books was concerned itself with the final months of the Richard Nixon presidency. Carl's other books includes, Loyalties: A Son's Memoir (1989), His Holiness (1996) and A Woman in Charge (2007).
Carl Bernstein's Net Worth And Salary
Carl Bernstein's net worth can be expected to be close to $5 million, as his teammate Bob Woodward has the net worth of $5 million.
He teamed up with Bob Woodward in 1972 and the two did much of the reporting on the Watergate scandal which led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.
Carl Bernstein's Personal Life
Carl Bernstein has been very successful throughout his career and he has been popular worldwide for his work. Carl's relational status is married. His sexual orientation is straight and he has been married three times.
Marriages, Affairs, Relationships And Divorce
Carl was married for the first time with a fellow reporter at the Washington Post, Carol Honsa. Later after his divorce, he was married for the second time with writer and director Nora Ephron in 1976. Carl and Nora were together before 1980, they were in a relationship for about four years.
Carl was married for third time in 2003 to his current spouse and former model Christine Kuehbeck. Carl has two children Jacob Bernstein and Max Bernstein. According to a religious point of view, Carl considers himself as a secular Jew. Carl currently lives in Washington.
Carl Bernstein's information relating his net worth is not updated yet, though it is assumed to be high. Carl has maintained his charming personality with perfect exercise and diet.
Carl stands the good height and has also maintained his celebrity image in a social network with thousands of fans following in Twitter and Instagram. Carl has also been featured in the news for several times for his books and articles.