Biography Mark Landler
Mark Landler is a famous American journalist who is now working as the New York Times London Bureau Chief. He started as a copywriter for the magazine in 1987, left in 1990 and returned in 1995 as a financial reporter. From 1998 to 2002, he was the magazine’s Hong Kong bureau chief. From 2002 to 2008, he was the European Economic Correspondent. and from 2009 to 2011, he was the Diplomatic Correspondent in Washington.
In addition to his work at The New York Times, Mark is a frequent panelist for the PBS program Washington Week and the CBS Sunday news program Face the Nation. In addition, he actively participates in the Council on Foreign Relations. He has written and published the novel Alter Egos, which the Financial Times named the best book of 2016.
Age Mark Landler
Mark Landler was born in Stuttgart, West Germany on October 26, 1965. He is 56 years old.
Height Mark Landler
Mark stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 in/1.72 m tall.
Mark Landler Family
Mark was born and raised in Stuttgart, West Germany, with the love, support and care of his diligent and devoted parents. Although born in Germany, Mark acquired American citizenship through naturalization and currently resides in London, England.
Mark Ladler Woman
Mark is currently happily married to his lovely and loving wife Angela Tung. Ever since they exchanged vows fifteen years ago, the gorgeous couple has been enjoying their married life. Mark and Angela are very happy to have a wonderful son named Nicholas. The beautiful family of three lives happily in London, England.
Mark Landler training
Mark graduated from a local high school in Stuttgart, West Germany, and later moved to the United States, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in International Affairs from Georgetown University. He was the editor-in-chief of The Hoya at the time.
Salary Mark Landler
Mark earns an annual salary of $92,680.
Mark Landler Net Worth
Mark’s approximate net worth is $8 million.
Career Mark Landler
He is now the London bureau chief of The New York Times. Mark has been with The New York Times since 1987 when he started as a copyboy. Three years later, he left to work as a reporter and media editor for Business Week magazine for the next five years.
In 1995, he returned to The New York Times as a financial correspondent, primarily covering the telecommunications and media industries. He was head of the Hong Kong office from 1998 to 2002. For six years from 2002, he was based in Frankfurt as European Economic Correspondent.
Additionally, from 2009 to 2011, he served as the paper’s Diplomatic Correspondent in Washington, D.C. He was named White House Correspondent in March 2011. Mark has written for publication from 70 different countries in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America.
He is also a published novelist, with two books to his credit. Alter Egos: Obama’s Legacy, Hillary’s Promise, and the Struggle for American Power and Alter Egos: Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and the Twilight Struggle for American Power are the titles of these books. Both of his works discuss politics and how Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton shared a sense of historical destiny but had starkly different views on how to project American power. Both of his books have received four stars.