Journalist

Joan Acocella (Journalist) Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, Spouse, Facts

Joan Acocella (born 1945) is a well known American journalist who is a staff writer for The New Yorker. She has written books on dance, literature, and psychology.

Joan Acocella Net Worth

  • As of 2020, Joan Acocella net worth is estimated around $500 K – $1 million USD.
  • Her primary source of income is her journalism career which she is using very properly.
  • She is talent bundle and earns a good amount of money through her writing and fluent speaking skills.
  • She charges a good amount of money for taking interviews and also for writing any columns for newspapers.

Joan Acocella Spouse

  • As of 2020, Joan Acocella is a married lady.
  • She has kids as well.
  • As per her previous dating history, it is not known in public domain.

Joan Acocella Age, Height & Weight

  • As of 2020,Joan Acocella age is 75 years old.
  • She stands on a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
  • She weighs around 65 Kg.
  • She has brown hair and has dark brown eyes.
  • She wears a shoe size of 6 UK.

Joan Acocella Quick Facts

Wiki/Bio
Real NameJoan Acocella
Nick NameJoan
Born1945
Age75 years old (As of 2020)
ProfessionJournalist
Known ForStaff writer for The New Yorker
BirthplaceNew York
NationalityNew York
SexualityStraight
ReligionChristianity
GenderFemale
EthnicityWhite
HoroscopeAries
Physical Stats
Height/ TallIn feet - 5'6"
Weight65
Body Measurements
(Chest-Waist-Hips)
Not Known
Bra Cup SizeNot Known
Eye ColorDark Brown
Hair ColorBrown
Family
ParentsFather: Not Known
Mother: Not Known
SiblingsBrother: Not Known
Sister: Not Known
Personal Life
Marital StatusMarried
Previous Dating?Not Known
Boyfriend/ DatingNone
Husband/SpouseYes
ChildrenYes
Qualification
EducationUniversity of California, Berkeley
Net Worth
Net WorthApprox $500 K – $1 million USD (As of 2020)
Source of WealthWriting Career
Online Contacts
Social Media LinksInstagram, Twitter, Facebook (Inactive)

Joan Acocella Education

  • As per her education, in 1966, Acocella received her B.A. in English from the University of California, Berkeley.
  • She earned a Ph.D. in comparative literature at Rutgers University in 1984 with a thesis on the Ballets Russes.

Joan Acocella Facts

  • Acocella has written for The Village Voice, has served as a senior critic and the reviews editor for Dance Magazine, and was the New York dance critic for the Financial Times.
  • Her writing also appears regularly in the New York Review of Books.
  • She began writing for The New Yorker in 1992 and served as its dance critic from 1998 to 2019.
  • Her books include Creating Hysteria: Women and Multiple Personality Disorder (1999); Mark Morris (1993), a biography of modern dancer and choreographer Mark Morris; and Twenty-Eight Artists and Two Saints (2007), which explores the virtues common among extraordinary artists.
  • She also edited The Diary of Vaslav Nijinsky: Unexpurgated Edition (1999), André Levinson on Dance (1991), and Mission to Siam: The Memoirs of Jessie MacKinnon Hartzell (2001), her grandmother.
  • Her New Yorker article “Cather and the Academy,” which appeared in the November 27, 1995 issue, received a Front Page Award from the Newswomen’s Club of New York and was included in the “Best American Essays” anthology of 1996.
  • She expanded the essay into Willa Cather and the Politics of Criticism (2000).

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