Julia Boorstin, born on 4th December 1978, has been a famous and prominent U.S. journalist. She presently works with CNBC as its Senior Media and Entertainment Correspondent. She dwells on the media’s intersection with technology. Prior to this assignment, she wrote for a magazine named Fortune during the years 2000 to 2006.
Julia took birth in Los Angeles, California, where she spent her early life. She had been born to mother Sharon Boorstin and father Paul Boorstin. Her father had been a producer of television documentaries whiles her mother a teacher in English. Julia joined Harvard Westlake School, and accomplished her high school studies from there. Next, she enrolled herself in Princeton University, and did her graduation in History from there.
While studying at Princeton University, she had been the editor of the newspaper entitled “Daily Princetonian”. She has been conversant with several languages that include English, French, and Italian. Julia is an American national, and her ethnicity is White.
Julia Boorstin is married. She married William Couper Samuelson who has been a mover and shaker in the Hollywood. They first met each other in PG-13 weekend of Sundance Film Festival. The news about their relationship had also been published in the New York Times. They dated each other for several years before tying the knot in 2007. They have together a son named Henry. They are leading a happy married life with their son. There has not been any rumor of extra-marital relationship. Julia appears to be currently satisfied with her private life, and has not divorced his husband as yet.
Julia Boorstin has maintained herself excellently, and looks stunningly beautiful as well as healthy. Most of her body statistics are unknown. However, her hair color is red, and her eye color is dark brown.
Julia Boorstin’s professional career started during her days in college where she had been the editor of the newspaper “Daily Princetonian”. Next, she worked with a magazine entitled Fortune as its business writer in the year 2000 to 2006.
During the days with Fortune, she covered several stories emanating from the companies related to media that included the trends in business in real market. She has also worked with “Street Life” as its contributor. Julia joined CNBC in 2006, and has still been working with them. She had started her career with CNBC as an Entertainment Correspondent, but now she heads the “Media & Entertainment Section” of the CNBC from the year 2015.
Julia has interviewed several eminent personalities so far such as DINSEY’s Chairman, CEO of Bob Iger, CEO of GoPro Nick Woodman, CEO of Pinterest Ben Silbermann, CEO of Electronic Arts Andrew Wilson and the Chief Executive Secretary of Discovery to name just a few. She had been one of the most talented journalists under thirty years of age for the years 2003, 2004, and 2006. There is no record she won any awards. Julia has been quite active on social media sites such as Facebook, and Twitter. As per her biography, her net worth is estimated at $100 million.
18 Oct, 2018