Patrick Radden Keefe Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, The New Yorker

Patrick Radden Keefe
Patrick Radden Keefe

Patrick Radden Keefe Biography

Patrick Radden Keefe is a journalist, author, and writer as of now, he is working since 2006 at The New Yorker as a Staff Writer.  Keefe has published  Chatter, Say Nothing, The Snakehead, and four books Empire of Pain as an author. He has also written several publications for  Slate. The New Yorker, and The New York Times Magazine. Keefe serves podcast as the host of the Wind of Change in addition.

Patrick Radden Keefe Age

Keefe was born in 1976, in the United States of America. He is 45 years old.

Patrick Radden Keefe Height

Keefe stands at an average height of 5 ft 7 inches/ 1.74 m tall.

Patrick Radden Keefe Education

Keefe attended Milton Academy for his high school education. He earned a Master of Science degree from the University of Columbia in 1999 later on.

Patrick Radden Keefe Family

Keefe likes to keep his life private away from the limelight. Hence no information regarding his father, mother, and siblings.

Patrick Radden Keefe Wife

Keefe is a secretive person when it comes to personal matters. Hence no information regarding his marital status.

Patrick Radden Keefe Salary

Keefe receives an annual salary of $56,900, in accordance with New Yorker anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Patrick Radden Keefe Net worth

Radden has an estimated net worth of $2 million U.S dollars.

Patrick Radden Keefe Career

Keefe is a journalist, author, and writer as of now working since 2006 at The New Yorker as a Staff Writer. As an author, he has published  Chatter, Say Nothing, The Snakehead, and four books Empire of Pain.  Keefe has also written several publications for  Slate,  The New Yorker, and The New York Times Magazine.

In addition, he serves podcast as the host of the Wind of Change. Moreover, Keefe has won Feature Writing Award from the National Magazine Award. And covered A Loaded Gun on the mass shooter Amy Bishop for his story. Keefe also reported finalist in 2015 and 2016  at the National Magazine Award. He is also  New York Public Library writer and for Scholars as a reporter at Cullman Center.

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