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Anna Quindlen

Pranish Published On Thu Dec 12 2019   Modified On Thu Dec 12 2019
Anna Quindlen

Facts of Anna Quindlen

Full NameAnna Marie Quindlen
First NameAnna
Middle NameMarie
Last NameQuindlen
Birth NameAnna Marie Quindlen
ProfessionFormer Journalist and Author
Birth CityPhiladelphia
Birth CountryThe USA
Father NameRobert Quindlen
Mother NamePrudence
Gender IdentityFemale
Sexual OrientationStraight
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseGerald Krovatin
No Of Children3
AwardsPulitzer Prize
EducationBarnard College
Networth$800 k
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Date of BirthJuly 8,1952
Age68 years
Married Date1978


    Body and Relation Status of Anna Quindlen

    What is Anna Quindlen marital status ?Married
    How many children does Anna Quindlen have ?3
    Who is Anna Quindlen married with?Gerald Krovatin
    When was Anna Quindlen married?1978

    One of the famous authors, as well as a former journalist, Anna Marie Quindlen, aka Anna Quindlen, also works as an opinion columnist. She is best known for her book, New York Times column, Public and Private, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in 1992. Not to mention, he is the third woman to win this reputed award.

    The Pulitzer Prize Award-winning author, Anna was born on 8 July 1952 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the USA, under the sun sign, Cancer. Moreover, her ethnic background is white, and her nationality is American. 

    Relationship Status: Married

    Anna is currently a married woman. She is now in a happy marital relationship with her long-time boyfriend turned husband, Gerald Krovatin. Gerald is a prominent attorney of New Jersey. The two exchanged their wedding vows of husband and wife in 1978 in front of their close friends and relatives.

    Anna and her husband, Gerald in a party
    Image: Anna with her husband, Gerald Krovatin
    Source: Getty Images

    Now the married couple, Anna and Gerald, first met each other in their college days. Together, they attended Barnard College and started their love story from there. She graduated from there in 1974, so they might have met in 1970. 

    Anna and Gerald sitting on sofa and posing for a picture
    Photo: Anna and Gerald sitting together
    Source: Getty Images

    It's been 41 years of their marriage, and the lovey-dovey couple is still sharing a great bonding until now. For now, the pair is living blissfully with their children without any divorce rumors and controversies regarding love life.

    Shares Three Children With Her Husband

    Not only the pair are sharing a healthy relationship, but they are also enjoying their parenthood. They share 3 children from their marital relationship. Their names are Quin, Christopher, and Maria. Whatsoever, the two of them are being tight-lipped concerning the details about their children's birth date.

    Anna's daughter, Maria
    Picture: Anna's actress daughter, Maria Korvatin
    Source: Maria Krovatin

    Anna's sons, Quindlen and Christopher, have published authors as of 2019, and her daughter, Maria Krovatin, is a prominent actress, comedian, and writer. Similarly, they are also the grandparents of two children of their children.

    Net Worth Of Anna Quindlen

    Anna's net worth is estimated at around $800,000 as of 2019 which is similar to fellow authors Sara Cox and Jay Carney. She collects most of her money from her career as an author. To date, she has written many critically acclaimed books such as the New York Times column, Public and Private, and One True Thing. Later in 1998, a film was released with the name of her book and book story where Meryl Streep and Renee Zellweger starred as Kate and Ellen Gulden.

    As a matter of fact, the film became box-office hit and earned $26,616,840 worldwide. Besides her books, she adds a decent amount of money to her fortune as a journalist for the New York Post. Further, she might be earning pretty well as a opinion columnist.

    From Journalist To Author (The Journey)

    Anna began her career as a journalist from her college days when she used to do a job of a part-time reporter for the New York Post. At that time, she was still a student at Barnard College. After her graduation, she went on to be a full-time reporter of NYP.

    Further, she has also served NYP as a deputy metropolitan editor from 1981 to 1983. Later in 1995, she left her career in journalism and started staying at her home, caring for her sons, and being a full-time author. To date, she has written nine novels, including One True Thing and New York Times column, Public and Private, which were famous among audiences.


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