Matt Taibbi Net Worth, Salary, Bio, Age, Parents, Wife, Career

Matt Taibbi Biography

Matthew Collin Taibbi is an author, political writer, columnist and journalist from the United States. He has written reports on politics, the media, business and sports. He has written several books, co-hosted the show Useful Idiots and published the Racket News (previously TK News) on Substack. He was a contributing editor for Rolling Stone in the past.

He started his writing and journalism careers in the 1990s while working as a journalist in Russia. When he eventually came back to the country, he started writing for The Nation and Rolling Stone and quickly became well-known for his in-depth reporting and sharp commentary on politics and finance. In addition to his written work, Taibbi is the host of the well-known podcast “Useful Idiots,” where he speaks with a variety of guests about current affairs and politics.

Matt Taibbi Net Worth

Matt as an estimated net worth of $1 million. His job career is his main source of income. Having worked in the industry for quite some time now, he has been able to secure a decent fortune for himself.

Matt Taibbi Salary

Matt receives a respectable wage from his job as a journalist. He receives an average annual salary of $100 thousand  which  translates to a monthly average wage of $8,333.33.

Year 2023 2024
Matt Taibbi Salary $100 thousand $120 thousand
Matt Taibbi Net Worth  $1 million  $1.5 million

Matt Taibbi Age

Matt Taibbi was born on March 2, 1970 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States of America. As of 2023 Matt will be 52 years old. His zodiac  sign is Pisces.

Matt Taibbi Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Matt stands proudly at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 meters or 165 centimeters), he exhibits an exquisite balance in his physique. Weighing approximately 55 kg (121 lbs), his body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.

Matt Taibbi Parents

NBC television reporter Mike Taibbi, who was raised by an Italian-American couple after being adopted as a baby, is the father of Matt Taibbi.

Matt claims that his last name is a Sicilian name with Lebanese origins; however, because his father was adopted, he neither has Sicilian nor Lebanese ancestry.

Through his mother, he has also claimed to be of Irish ancestry. Taibbi was raised in a suburb of Boston. He was primarily raised by his mother after his parents divorced when he was a young child.

Matt Taibbi Wife

Matt Taibbi, the accomplished journalist and author, is in a loving and contented marriage with his wife, Jeanne Taibbi. Their enduring union began in the year 2010, when they celebrated their marriage in a heartfelt ceremony. Since that day, they have embarked on a journey of togetherness, facing life’s ups and downs hand in hand.

Their relationship is a testament to the strength of their bond and the happiness they find in each other’s company. Through the years, Matt and Jeanne have grown together, supporting each other’s dreams and ambitions. Their shared laughter, shared dreams, and shared moments have created a beautiful tapestry of love that continues to flourish.

Matt Taibbi Kids

Matt Taibbi and his wife are blessed with three children. However they keep their children’s information of the public eye.

Matt Taibbi Education

Matt Taibbi’s early years were spent in the suburban landscape on the outskirts of Boston, where he began his educational journey.His high school years saw him attending Concord Academy in Concord, Massachusetts, where he laid the foundation for his future intellectual pursuits.

Later enrolled at New York University for his freshman year. In this vibrant and culturally diverse environment, he had the opportunity to explore his interests and broaden his horizons.

However, Matt transferred to Bard College, nestled in the picturesque town of Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. He continued his undergraduate studies, immersing himself in a liberal arts curriculum that encouraged critical thinking and intellectual exploration.

In 1992, Matt successfully completed his undergraduate studies at Bard College, emerging from this period of his life with a strong foundation of knowledge and a thirst for deeper insights. These formative years of education and self-discovery would later play a significant role in shaping his career as a prominent journalist and author.

Matt Taibbi Career

The career of Taibbi has been nothing short of extraordinary. He started his career as a freelance journalist and ended up in the former Soviet Union. His fearless reporting brought him to Uzbekistan, where he dared to criticize President Islam Karimov. As a result of this brave act, he was expelled.

The adventures of Taibbi didn’t end there. He demonstrated his adaptability by assuming the role of a sports journalist for The Moscow Times. But his varied abilities were shown in more ways than just his writing. In addition, Taibbi ventured into the world of professional sports, competing in professional baseball in Uzbekistan and Russia as well as professional basketball in Mongolia.

As if that weren’t enough, he also added a fascinating new chapter to his life’s narrative by working as an investigator at a private investigation firm in Boston. However, it wasn’t until 1997 that he took a crucial step, going back to Russia to edit the tabloid Living Here. He soon became a co-editor of the competing tabloid The eXile, however, due to his restless nature.

Taibbi returned to the country in 2002 and made the audacious decision to start The Beast, a Buffalo-based newspaper. He started working as a columnist for the New York Press in 2003 as a result of his unrelenting quest to tell compelling stories.

In 2004, Taibbi discovered political journalism to be his true vocation. He joined the staff of Rolling Stone, where his astute political reporting earned him three outstanding columns and a National Magazine Award in 2008.

In 2019, co-hosting “Useful Idiots” with Katie Halper, the never-one-to-rest-on-his-laurels Taibbi entered the world of podcasting. He adopted self-publishing for his online writings in 2020 and is still contributing to Rolling Stone’s print publication and the podcast Useful Idiots.

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