Robert Krulwich Biography
Robert Krulwich (Robert Louis Krulwich) is an American radio and TV journalist that currently serves as a science correspondent for NPR and was a co-host of the program Radiolab.
Robert Krulwich Age
Krulwich was born on August 5, 1947, in the U.S. He is 73 years old as of 2020.
Robert Krulwich Height
Krulwich’s body measurements are still under review.
Robert Krulwich Family
Krulwich likes to keep his personal life private hence has not yet disclosed any information about his parents or siblings.
Robert Krulwich Wife
Krulwich is married to his wife, Tamar Lewin, a national reporter for The New York Times. The couple has two children, Jesse (who graduated from Earlham College in 2007) and Nora Ann (Bowdoin College, in 2011).
Robert Krulwich Education
Krulwich attended Oberlin College where he earned his bachelor’s degree in U.S. history in 1969. Later, he got his Juris Doctor degree from Columbia Law School in 1974.
Robert Krulwich Career
Krulwich has worked for ABC, CBS, National Public Radio, and Pacifica as a full-time employee. He’s worked on ABC’s Nightline and World News Tonight, as well as PBS’ Frontline, NOVA, and NOW with Bill Moyers.
He was NPR’s business and economics correspondent from 1978 to 1985. Also, he recorded an opera called “Rato Interesso” to illustrate interest rates, among other things. Later, he became the host of the PBS arts series Edge.
He joined CBS in 1984 and appeared on This Morning, 48 Hours, and Nightwatch with Charlie Rose on a regular basis. He co-anchored the CBS program America Tonight. In the first Gulf War, he joined ABC in 1994.
Krulwich made his first appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in 1992 as a contestant. In 1999, he anchored an eight-part primetime series called Brave New World for ABC Nightline. He took over as host and managing editor of the PBS science show NOVA scienceNOW in 2004. From mid-2004 to January 2020, he co-hosted the Radiolab program with Jad Abumrad.
Robert Krulwich Net Worth
Krulwich’s net worth ranges from $1 million to $5 million.