Marie Brenner Biography
Marie Harriet Brenner is an American investigative journalist, author, and writer-at-large for Vanity Fair. Brenner has also written for New York, The New Yorker. And the Boston Herald and has taught at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
Marie Brenner Age
Marie Brenner was born in San Antonio, Texas, United States on 15 December 1949. She is 72 years old as of 2021.
Marie Brenner Height
Brenner stands at a moderate height. Although she has not shared her exact height with the media.
Marie Brenner Family
Brenner is a native of San Antonio, Tx, in the U.S. She is the daughter of Thelma, her mother, and Milton, her father. Brenner was also brought up with her brother Carl furthermore.
Her father worked as a Chairman of Solo Serve Corporation. That was started by her paternal grandfather who was an immigrant from Mexico additionally.
Marie Brenner Husband
On April 14, 1985, Brenner got married to her husband Ernest Harold Pomerantz. The couple later divorced and she got married again. She got married to Jonathan Schwartz between 1979 to 1984.
Brenner’s husband’s previous marriage also was ended through a divorce additionally. She is also a proud mother of one child called Casey Schwartz.
Marie Brenner Children
Brenner is the proud parent to her loving child called Casey Schwartz.
Marie Brenner Education
Brenner is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin where she earned a bachelor of arts in Fine Arts. She is also a graduate of New York University Film School where she attained a master of arts degree. From New York University Film School furthermore.
Marie Brenner Salary
Brenner receives an annual salary of $99,121/yr, according to the Vanity Fair writer’s salary.
Marie Brenner Net Worth
Brenner earns an estimated net worth of $3 million US dollars.
Marie Brenner Career
Presently, Brenner is working for the Vanity fair as a writer-at-large. She was hired to work as an investigative journalist in 1984 by Vanity Fair furthermore. Brenner has also provided the coverage for the tobacco insider, Jeffrey Wigand. In an article published in 1996, “The Man Who Knew Too Much” during her tenure in Vanity Fair.
The article also inspired the movie The Insider (1999) additionally. She has also provided coverage for American Tragedy which partially inspired the film, Richard Jewell (2019). Brenner had spent four years working for New York magazine as a contributing editor before joining Vanity Fair.
She provided coverage for the royal wedding of Lady Diana Spencer. And Prince Charles while working for New York magazine. Brenner left Vanity fair in 1992 to work as a staff writer for The New Yorker however. She returned to Vanity Fair in 1995 where she has been working as a writer-at-large eventually.
Marie Brenner Richard Jewell | A Private War
Brenner is the author of Richard Jewell which was initially published as A Private War. The book narrates Richard Jewell who was working as a security guard during the 1996 Olympics bombing.
She tells of how the heroic act of Richard made him the FBI’s prime suspect as he was accused of being a terrorist Furthermore. In 2005, His name was cleared, after the actual bomber confessed, however.
Brenner brilliantly narrates the order of events of an ordinary man whose life was shattered by a false narrative, therefore. Richard Jewell also has a film that was directed by Clint Eastwood in 2019 furthermore.
Marie Brenner Books
- Apples and Oranges: My Brother and Me, Lost and Found(June 2008), Those Who Forget the Past:
- The Question of Anti-Semitism*(May 2004), A Private War:
- Marie Colvin and Other Tales of Heroes, Scoundrels, and Renegades(October 2018), Richard Jewell:
- And Other Tales of Heroes, Scoundrels, and Renegades(2019), Great Dames: What I Learned from Older Women(March 2000), etc.