Quinn Bradlee

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Thu Jul 29 2021
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Quinn Bradlee is an author and filmmaker who is known for producing the documentary film titled Life with VCFS in 2007. The film is about the syndrome and the VCFS International Center at State University of New York Upstate Medical University.

Other than that, he works for the website named Friends of Quinn as a webmaster. It was created in 2008 for learning disabled individuals. Moreover, he is known as the son of late journalist Ben Bradlee, who first served as managing editor of post-World War II United States. He died on October 21, 2014, at 93. 

Here is everything to need to know about Quinn.

Who is Quinn Bradlee Married?

39 years old Quinn Bradlee is married twice. As of now, he's living a healthy marital relationship with his second or new wife, Fabiola Roman. They tied the knot on August 4, 2018, in the hush-hush ceremony. 

Quinn Bradlee Is Now Married To His New Wife, Fabiola Roman Since 2018
Image: Quinn Bradlee Is Now Married To His New Wife, Fabiola Roman Since 2018
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On the other hand, his first or former wife is none other than, Pary Anbaz-Williamson. She is a personal trainer, as well as a yoga instructor and also take classes at the yoga studio, Tranquil Space. Before him, her first marriage had ended in divorce. 

They exchanged the wedding vows in October 2010 Sunday in Washington. Their big day took place at the National Cathedral in Washington in the presence of their friends and the entire family. But, I Can’t Do This, but I CAN Do That's associate producer and his wife, Pary, the daughter of Cheryl Osgood and Mozaffar Anbaz, announced their separation in 2014. 

 Quinn Bradlee and Pary Anbaz-Williamson Were Married From 2010 to 2014
Photo: Quinn Bradlee and Pary Anbaz-Williamson Were Married From 2010 to 2014
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Thus the former spouses were married for four years.

Ben Bradlee Was Married Thrice 

Yes, Quinn's later dad, Ben Bradlee had been married three times with different women in his entire life. At first, he and his first wife, Jean Saltonstall, the graduated from Harvard, got hitched on August 8, 1942. 

Together, they shared a sob named Ben Bradlee Jr., born on August 7, 1948. He worked as a managing editor at The Boston Globe for 25 years. Later, they divorced in 1956 after 14 years of marriage. Then from 1957 to 1975, he went to marry Antoinette Pinchot Pittman.  

Ben Bradlee and His Third Wife, Sally Quinn
Photo: Ben Bradlee and His Third Wife, Sally Quinn
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Together, they had two children, a son Dominic Bradlee, and a daughter, Marin Bradlee. His third marriage was with The Washington Post reporter Sally Quinn in 1978. They welcomed one child, Quinn Bradlee in 1982.

How Much is Ben Bradlee Net Worth? 

Ben Bradlee has an estimated net worth of $1 Million in early 2021. He makes an impressive amount from his own professional career as an author, and filmmaker. 

As an associate producer, he worked for the 2010 HBO Family documentary film I Can't Do This But I CAN Do That: A Film for Families About Learning Differences. Also, he is a producer of several videos named Life With VCFS, and You Are Not Alone.

Moreover, he has written the memoir titled A Different Life: Growing Up Learning Disabled and Other Adventures in 2009. Also, he co-authored the book A Life's Work: Fathers and Sons in 2012 with his dad.

On the other hand, his late father, Quinn Bradlee had a whopping net worth of $4 Million at the time of his death. He was known to be the well-known journalist of World War II and also served as executive editor in The Washington Post from 1965 to 1991.

Quinn Bradlee: Bio, Wiki and Early Life

Quinn Bradlee was born on April 29, 1982, in Georgetown, Washington, D.C., the United States as Josiah Quinn Crowninshield Bradlee. His parents are Ben Bradlee, the executive editor at The Washington Post, from 1965 to 1991 and Sally Quinn, the Journalist. He has three half-siblings Marina Murdock, Ben Bradlee, Jr., and Marina Bradlee from his father's side. 

At age of 14, he was diagnosed with DiGeorge syndrome, also known as 22q11 in 1996. Moreover, he studied at The Lab School of Washington and then completed his graduation in 2002 from the college-preparatory Gow School. Afterwards, he enrolled at the New York Film Academy, Landmark College and American University in special programs. 

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