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Charles Krauthammer Wiki/Biography
American Pulitzer prize-winning columnist, author, political commentator and physician,Charles Krauthammer was born on 13 March 1950. He is best known for his contribution in the media and mass communication, having written weekly columns for many newspapers, both in the US and other countries of the world. He now contributes as an editor to ‘Special Report with Bret Baier,’ a weekly standard on Fox News.
How rich is Charles Krauthammer? What’s his net worth? Krauthammer is estimated by authoritative sources to have a net worth of over $10 million, most of this wealth earned working as a syndicated columnist as well as a political commentator.
Charles Krauthammer Net Worth $10 Million
Charles Krauthammer was born in the city of New York; his father was from Ukraine and his mother Belgian, both Orthodox Jews, so he and his brother received a rigorous Jewish education at a Hebrew school. The family moved to Montreal, Canada, where Krauthammer did all his schooling, then enrolled at McGill University, in Montreal, from where he graduated with 1st Class Honors in 1970, majoring in political science and economics. In 1971, he became a political commonwealth scholar at Balliol College Oxford, in the UK, before eventually returning to the US where he attended Harvard School for a Medical Course. During the first year of medical school, he suffered a diving board accident that left most parts of his body paralyzed, since when he has been confined to a wheelchair.
The unfortunate events did not deter Krauthammer from achieving his dreams. He continued with his studies after 14 months of hospitalization, graduating in 1975. The same year, he became a resident in psychiatry working for Massachusetts general Hospital until 1978, and then moved to work in psychiatric research in Washington, DC. In 1981, he started writing for The New Republican on political issues, also serving as a vice-president and a speech writer in the company, and he was offered the position as an editor too. In 1983 began writing essays for Time magazine; one of the essays, ‘Reagan Doctrine,’ gave him the exposure he wanted, bringing him national acclaim. His net worth was beginning to climb significantly.
Krauthammer was certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in 1984, and the same year his essay, ‘The New Republic’ won an award for essays and criticism. In 1987, he was awarded the ‘Pulitzer Prize.’ for commentary virtue of his contributions to The Washington Post, perhaps his greatest achievement. He was offered a position as panelist for Inside Washington, to contribute a weekly political roundabout, and he remained with the show from 1990 until December 2013 when it ceased production. Since then he has been a commentator and political analyst for Fox News. His net worth has grown accordingly.
He was also selected by the Financial Times as America’s most influential commentator, which stated that he had played an important role in influencing foreign policy in the US for over two decades through his contribution in the development of ‘The Reagan Doctrine,’ released in 1985. He also published ‘The Unipolar Moment,’ an essay that explained the role of the US as a superpower.
In 2002, he was appointed to the Presidential Council on Bioethics, where he opposed euthanasia, human cloning and human experimentation. In 2004, Krauthammer delivered a speech dubbed ‘Democratic Realism’ after winning the Irving Kristol Award, setting out a framework that he believed would tackle the post-9-11 world. His main agenda was promoting democracy in all regions of the Middle East. In 2009, he was invited to the White House by the president, Barack Obama, to sign an executive order, but declined because of his conservative views, and so opposition to some of the president’s policies. Regardless, in a press conference in 2010, former US president Bill Clinton called him a brilliant man.
Krauthammer published his book ‘Things That Matter: Three Decades of Passion, Pastimes and Politics,’ in 2013 which remained as one of the best selling books on The New York Times list for 22 weeks, 10 of which were at number one. Besides the Pulitzer Prize and Irving Kristol Award, Krauthammer has received other international recognitions, including Award for Excellence in Opinion Journalism by Eric Breindel Foundation, the Tuck/Champion Award for Economic Understanding, and the First Amendment Award for the People by the American Ways and Award for Media Excellence by William F. Buckley. He is also a member of the Council of Foreign Affairs.
In his personal life, Charles married Robyn in 1974, and has one child with her. His wife was a lawyer when they met, but stopped practicing in order to concentrate on her talent as an artist. Krauthammer is an avid chess player, and and a member of Chess Journalists of America.
Charles Krauthammer is founder of the non-profit organization known as Pro Musica Hebraica, that focuses on presenting classical music for Jews in a concert-hall setting.
|Full Name||Charles Krauthammer|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Date Of Birth||March 13, 1950|
|Place Of Birth||New York City, New York, United States|
|Profession||Journalist, Commentator, Physician, Psychiatrist, Writer, Columnist, Author|
|Education||Harvard Medical School, McGill University, Balliol College, Oxford|
|Spouse||Robyn Krauthammer (m. 1974)|
|Parents||Schlum Krauthammer, Thea Krauthammer|
|Nicknames||Dr. Charles Krauthammer|
|Awards||Pulitzer Prize for Commentary (1987)|
|Nominations||Irving Kristol Award (2004, Honor)|
|Movies||Celsius 41.11: The Temperature at Which the Brain... Begins to Die (2004, documentary), Bill Moyers' Journal (2010, documentary), Generation Zero (2010)|
|TV Shows||Tucker Carlson Tonight (2017), Special Report with Bret Baier (2010-2017), Media Buzz (2013-2017), The Daily Show (2013), The Kelly File (2013-2017), On the Record w/ Brit Hume (2013-2014), The Five (2013), Fox News Sunday (2013)|
|1||Hobbies include baseball and chess (which he quit because he was too addicted to it).|
|2||Since his uncles were doctors, they were the inspiration for Charles and his brother to attend medical school.|
|3||Was a speechwriter for Walter Mondale in 1980.|
|4||When he was a medical student, had a diving accident, in Massachusetts in July 1972, which injured his spinal cord and left him paralyzed. Later regained the use of the upper part of his body.|
|5||Good friend of George Will. They share a love of baseball.|
|6||Won the Pulitzer Prize in 1985.|
|7||Son, Daniel Krauthammer, was born in 1986.|
|8||Older brother, Morcel Krauthammer, 59, died from cancer in 2006. They were very close and did everything together, when they were younger.|
|9||His mother, Thea Krauthammer, was from Belgium. His father, Schlum Krauthammer, was a real estate developer.|
|10||Met his wife, Robin, when they were students at Oxford University in England. She was from Australia and worked as a law clerk for the chief justice's office.|
|11||Graduated, with a Doctor of Medicine, from Harvard Medical School in 1975 and went on to complete a residency in psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital. In 1984, became board-certified in psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.|
|12||His first job was as a sailing instructor, when he was 16-20, at a day-camp.|
|13||Fox News contributor.|
|14||Raised in Montreal, Canada, where he attended Herzliah High School and McGill University and obtained an honors degree in political science and economics in 1970.|
|15||He is a contributing editor to "The Weekly Standard" and "The New Republic".|
|16||Pulitzer Prize-winning syndicated columnist and commentator. His weekly column appears in the Washington Post and is syndicated in more than 200 newspapers.|
|Special Report with Bret Baier||2010-2017||TV Series||Himself - Panelist / Himself / Himself - Fox News Contributor|
|Tucker Carlson Tonight||2017||TV Series||Himself - Fox News Contributor|
|Media Buzz||2013-2017||TV Series||Himself - Fox News Contributor|
|The First 100 Days||2017||TV Series||Himself - Fox News Contributor|
|The Kelly File||2013-2017||TV Series||Himself - Fox News Contributor / Himself / Himself - Syndicated Columnist|
|The O'Reilly Factor||2010-2016||TV Series||Himself / Himself - Fox News Contributor / Himself - Syndicated Columnist|
|Fox Files||2014-2015||TV Series||Himself - Panelist|
|On the Record w/ Brit Hume||2013-2014||TV Series||Himself - Fox News Contributor / Himself - Syndicated Columnist|
|Fox News||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|Fox News Sunday||2013||TV Series||Himself - Panelist / Himself - Power Player of the Week, Part 2 / Himself - Power Player of the Week|
|Inside Washington||2007-2013||TV Series||Himself|
|Fox and Friends||2013||TV Series||Himself - Fox News Contributor / Himself - Syndicated Columnist / Himself|
|The Five||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|Lou Dobbs Tonight||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|Charlie Rose||2013||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|The Daily Show||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|Bill Moyers' Journal||2010||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|The Big Story||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|Celsius 41.11: The Temperature at Which the Brain... Begins to Die||2004||Documentary||Himself|
|Media Buzz||2014-2016||TV Series||Himself - Fox News Contributor / Herself - Fox News Contributor|
|The Greg Gutfeld Show||2015||TV Series||Himself - Fox News Contributor|
|The Kelly File||2014-2015||TV Series||Himself - Fox News Contributor|
|War Made Easy: How Presidents & Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death||2007||Documentary||Himself|