Dan Barry Biography
Dan Barry is a famous American journalist working as a longtime reporter and columnist at The New York Times. In September 1995, He started working at the newspaper.
Barry worked as a member of its investigative team at The Providence Journal in Rhode Island before. The team earned a George Polk Award in 1992, for a series on the causes of a state banking crisis while there.
Dan Barry Age
Barry was born on February 11, 1958, in Queens, New York, the United States. He is 64 years old as of 2022.
Dan Barry Height
Barry stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 9 in/1.75m tall.
Dan Barry Education
Barry completed his high school course in Smithtown, New York at St. Anthony’s High School, an all-boys high school. In 1980, Then she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in mass communication from St. Bonaventure University in Allegany, New York. He later went to New York University and earned a master’s degree in journalism.
Dan Barry Family
Barry has not shared information on her parents and siblings to the limelight.
Dan Barry Wife
He is a happily hitched journalist to Mary Trinity. Together, they are blessed to have two kids. Barry’s daughters are Grace Barry and Nora Barry. The family resides in lives in Maplewood, New Jersey.
Dan Barry Children
Barry and Mary are the pround of their two kids, Nora Barry, and Grace Barry. The family stays in Maplewood, New Jersey.
Dan Barry Salary
Barry annually earns a salary of $80,135.
Dan Barry Net Worth
Barry earns approximated net worth is $1 million.
Dan Barry Cancer
He works as a longtime reporter and columnist at The New York Times. Barry started working at the newspaper in September 1995. He worked as a member of its investigative team at The Providence Journal in Rhode Island before.
In 1992, While there, the team earned a George Polk Award for a series on the causes of a state banking crisis. At The New York Times, he has served for The Times’s documentary series, titled.
The Weekly, and Sports Departments, and also Metro, National. Barry has served at the Metropolitan desk as Long Island bureau chief, and police bureau chief. City Hall bureau chief, and general assignment reporter. He has earned various awards throughout the years in addition.