Mallory Rubin Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, The Ringer

Mallory Rubin
Mallory Rubin

Mallory Rubin Biography

Mallory Rubin is an editor and journalist as of now, she is working as a reporter at The Ringer and co-hosts alongside the Binge Mode pop culture podcast. As of now, Rubin is one of the Ringer founding editors and now serves at The Ringer as Editor-In-Chief.

After completing her high school education joined Syracuse Univerity. She earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Syracuse later on.

Mallory Rubin Age

Rubin was born on September 15, 1986, in Baltimore, in the United States. She celebrates her birthday on September 15th every year. Rubin is 35 years old as of 2021.

Mallory Rubin Height

Rubin stands at a height of  5 ft 6 inches/ 1.65 m tall.

Mallory Rubin Education

Rubin after completing her high school education joined Syracuse Univerity.  She earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Syracuse later on.

Mallory Rubin Family

Rubin was born to his caring and supportive parents in Baltimore, in the United States.

Mallory Rubin Husband

Rubin is married to her handsome and hardworking husband Adam Levine. The duo has been together for several years and is proud of each other.

Mallory Rubin Salary

Rubin receives an annual salary of $57,967, according to Ringer anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Mallory Rubin Net worth

Rubin has an estimated net worth that ranges between $1 Million – $5 Million U.S dollars.

Mallory Rubin Career

Rubbin began working at The Ringer as an editor and writer. In addition, she also served at  Game of Thrones discussion shows as a co-host of the after the Thrones on HBO alongside Chris Ryan. And colleague Ringer employees Jason Concepcion as well as Talk the Thrones on Twitter.

However, in 2019, Rubbin also served at SXSW as a panelist at a session about Game of Thrones. She is an editor and journalist currently working as a reporter. At The Ringer and co-hosts alongside the Binge Mode pop culture podcast. As of now, Rubin is one of the Ringer founding editors and now serves at The Ringer as Editor-In-Chief.

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