Andrew Ross Sorkin CNBC, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Eyes & Net Worth

Andrew Ross Sorkin Biography

Andrew Ross Sorkin is an American journalist currently working for CNBC’s “Squawk Box” as a co-anchor and at “The New York Times” as a financial columnist. Sorkin is also a writer and an editor as well as the founder of a financial news service published by The New York Times called “DealBook.”

As an author, he wrote the best-selling book “Too Big to Fail” which became a movie whereby he became a co-producer of HBO Films adopted the was. Moreover, Andrew also co-created “Billions”, a Showtime series.

Andrew Ross Sorkin Age/Birthday

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Sorkin is 46 years old. He was born in New York City, U.S.A. on February 19, 1977. Sorkin celebrates his birthday every 19th February year with his family and friends.

Andrew Ross Sorkin Height and Weight/ Measurements

He is an above-average tall man. Andrew has a height of 6 feet, 3 inches (1.9 m) with a body weight of 60 kg. READ MORE: Matt Quayle CNBC, Bio, Age, Family, (Rebecca Quick), Salary & Net Worth

Andrew Ross SorkinParents and Siblings/Family Background

Ross is the son of his parents, Joan Ross Sorkin and Laurence T. Sorkin. Andrew’s father works as a partner at the law firm Cahill Gordon & Reindel while his mother is a playwright. Further, there is no detail in the public domain relating to Andrew’s siblings at the moment.

Andrew Ross Sorkin Wife/Spouse and Children

Sorkin married his beloved wife Pilar Jenny Queen on 2007, 9 June. The couples are proud parents of three children named Henery, Robin, and Sidney. Their last born child was born on January 4, 2017.

Andrew Ross Sorkin Eyes/ Eye

Sorkin has a condition called coloboma, a condition that shows a hole in one of the structures of the eye like the retina, choroid, iris, or optic disc. Andrew has this condition in his left eye that at times makes him seem like he has two different colored eyes.

Andrew Ross Sorkin’s Salary

He earns his salary as a CNBC correspondent. Andrew’s average salary is estimated at $ 650, 000 per year.

Net Worth of Andrew Ross Sorkin

Ross has been able to accumulate a huge amount of wealth since the beginning of his active career life. through his books and as a journalist as well as other investments, he has managed to be among the rich journalists in the country. Sorkin’s estimated net worth is $10 Million.

Andrew Ross Sorkin CNBC Wikipedia

Sorkin is CNBC’s “Squawk Box” (M-F, 6 AM-9 AM ET) co-anchor, a signature morning program. He is also the founder and editor of The Times ” DealBook” and also works for the network as a financial columnist.

Furthermore, Andre began writing for The New York Times on unusual circumstances. At that time, he was still an undergraduate in 1995.

Andrew Ross Sorkin and Aaron Sorkin, are they related?

The two are not related despite sharing a common surname. Andrew is not related to the American attorney Ira Lee Sorkin and the American playwriter, actor, and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin too.

Andrew Ross Sorkin Joe Kernen

A hit debate erupted between Andre and Joe during CNBC’s “Squawk Box”. Kernen criticized Andrew for being too pessimistic during the coronavirus outbreak which resulted in the shouting on air in exchange.

Andrew Ross Sorkin Rick Santelli

Santelli and Andrew had a hit debate over what many Americans refer to as inconsistencies in the coronavirus pandemic lockdown rules. The debate trickled after the announcement amount the closure of restaurants came in while big-box retailers remain open.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom made it public that a new stay-at-home order will include closing bars, hair salons, and personal services businesses as well as restrict restaurants to take out and offer services only.

Too Big To Fail Andrew Ross Sorkin

Andrew wrote the book “Too Big to Fail” which chronicled all that took place in the 2008 financial crisis. The book is “The Inside Story of How Wall Street and Washington Fought to Save the Financial System—and Themselves”.

Further, “Too Big to Fail” book earned the Gerald Loeb Award for Best Business Book 2010. Moreover, it was also the 2010 Financial Times Business Book of the Year Award as well as the 2010 Samuel Johnson Prize. Nonetheless, the book that has hit the best-selling book record was also adopted by HBO Films in 2011.

During this time, the financial columnist and author of “Too Big To Fail”, Ross, contributed to it as a co-producer. Moreover, the film also received 11 Emmy Awards nominations.