Robin Young Biography
Robin Young is an American radio personality, and television working at NPR. As a host of Here & Now which is broadcasted on WBUR. She co-hosts Here & Now along with Tonya Mosley and Scott Tong which reaches at least 4.5 million listeners weekly.
Robin Young Age
Robin Young was born in Long Island, New York, in the United States. However, She is around 71 years old. Young has managed to keep her exact age and year of birth away from the public.
Robin Young Height
She stands at a modarate height of 5 ft 6 inches/ approx 1.68 m tall.
Robin Young Education
Young is a graduate of Ithaca College.
Robin Young Family
She was born in Old Bethpage, Long Island, in the United States to her caring and supportive parents Floyd Youngs and Muriel Youngs .Floyd Youngs was an insurance salesman while her mother was a homemaker.
She was raised along with her three siblings John Savage, Jim, and Gail. All of Robin’s siblings are well-renowned actors additionally. Young brother, John is an American veteran filmmaker.
Robin Young Husband
Young is reserved and likes to keep about her marital status. Hence, it’s not known whether she is single, dating, engaged, married, or divorced.
Robin Young Salary
Young receives an annual salary of $135,000, according to NPR News Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Robin Young’s Net Worth
She earns an estimated net worth of $3.5 million US dollars.
Robin Young Career
Since 2000, Young has been serving at NPR as the host of Here & Now which is broadcasted at WBUR. She has also served for USA Today as an anchor during her career as a journalist.
Young began her journalism career while serving on Channel 38 in 1973 as a secretary. Later joined WBZ in 1975, she as an on-air radio announcer. Young made her first TV appearance on WBZ-TV in 1977 in Evening Magazine furthermore.
Also, she served for WHDH (then WNEV-TV ) as an evening anchor along with Tom Ellis between 1982 to 1983.For her coverage of The Los Altos Story which promoted HIV/AIDS awareness was the recipient of the Peabody Award in 1990.
Young has also been awarded a regional Wilbur Award, Jews Gold Award, an Edward R. Murrow award, etc during her career as a journalist.