Michael Tomasky Biography
Michael Tomasky is an American commentator, columnist, author and journalist. Tomasky is the editor of The New Republic and editor in chief of Democracy. He has been a special correspondent for Newsweek / The Daily Beast, a contributing editor for The American Prospect.
And a contributor to The New York Review of Books.
Michael Tomasky Age
Tomasky was born in Morgantown, WV on October 13, 1960. He is 61 years old as of 2021.
Michael Tomasky Height
Tomasky has not shared his exact height to the public.
Michael Tomasky Weight
Tomasky has not dislosed out information about his exact weight to the media.
Michael Tomasky Education
Tomasky studied at West Virginia University, then he went to New York University and studied political science as an undergraduate.
Michael Tomasky Family
Tomasky has managed to hide details about his parents and siblings despite being a public figure.
Michael Tomasky Wife
Tomasky is a happly hitched special correspondent to Sarah Kerr. The couple is blessed to have a child called Margot Julianna Kerr Tomasky, born July 6, 2010, in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Michael Tomasky Salary
Tomasky annually earns $ 400,000, according to The Daily Beast columnist’s salaries.
Michael Tomasky Net Worth
Tomasky earns an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million.
Michael Tomasky Career
Tomasky works for Newsweek / The Daily Beast as a special correspondent. And as the editor in chief of Democracy also for The American Prospect. He works as a contributing editor and a contributor to The New York Review of Books.
Tomasky wrote the “City Politic” column while working at New York magazine as a columnist. From 1995 to 2002 and then he worked as an executive editor of The American Prospect, the liberal magazine, and is still contributing editor.
On October 23, 2007, Guardian America was commenced with him as its editor. On March 3, 2009, He stepped in for Kenneth Baer as editor of U.S. political journal Democracy. And his title at The Guardian changed to editor-at-large.
Tomasky went to Newsweek / The Daily Beast as a special correspondent after leaving The Guardian. He studied as an undergraduate at West Virginia University, then he went to New York University and studied political science.