Julia Boorstin is an American television journalist who works as the Senior Media & Entertainment Correspondent for CNBC’s Los Angeles Bureau. She previously worked as a regular assignment reporter for CNBC.
The well-known journalist and her husband, William Couper Samuelson, have happily settled their married life by supporting each other in their professional lives. Scroll down for more information on her love life!
Relationship Status: Single?
Julia Boorstin and William Couper Samuelson first met in 2004, when Couper’s friends dragged him to Sundance. They married on December 16, 2007, in Beverly Hills, California, after dating for nearly three years.
The New York Times carried a front-page story about Julia Boorstin and Willam Couper Samuelson’s wedding.
The couple welcomed their first child, a baby boy named Henry, into the family on July 13, 2011. Despite being active on Twitter, Boorstin rarely shares pictures or updates about her family life.
Julia’s husband, an actor and producer by trade, is also an Executive Vice President at Universal Pictures’ Blumhouse division. Boorstin is encouraging of her husband and his career. The television journalist also congratulated her husband on his Oscar win for his film Whiplash.
Julie Boorstin lives in Los Angeles with her husband and son, and no rumors of their divorce have surfaced to date.
Julia Boorstin Biography: Wiki, Career, Age, and Salary
Julia Boorstin was born in 1978 to Paul and Sharon Boorstin, both producers and writers of television documentaries. Julia, 39, celebrates her birthday on December 4th.
A television journalist with an impressive height who graduated from Princeton College with a B.A. in history. During her graduation, she worked as an editor for the Daily Princetonian.
Julia worked as a business writer and reporter for Fortune Magazine on CNBC in 2000. In the same year, she was a contributor to CNN Headline News’ Street Life. In 2003, 2004, and 2006, she was named to the Journalist and Financial Reporting newsletter’s “TJFR 30 under 30” list of the most promising business journalists.
Julia later developed a concept and launched the CNBC Disruptor 50 in 2013. She researched economic changes and challenges in established industries and was featured on CNBC’s Disruptor 50. Throughout her journalism career, she has primarily covered news details focusing on the intersection of media and technology.
In terms of net worth, Julia Boorstin has a total net worth of $100 million, with a salary ranging from $600,000 to $690,000 per year.