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
|Real Name||Joan Acocella|
|Age||75 years old (As of 2020)|
|Known For||Staff writer for The New Yorker|
|Height/ Tall||In feet - 5'6"|
|Bra Cup Size||Not Known|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Parents||Father: Not Known
Mother: Not Known
|Siblings||Brother: Not Known
Sister: Not Known
|Previous Dating?||Not Known|
|Education||University of California, Berkeley|
|Net Worth||Approx $500 K – $1 million USD (As of 2020)|
|Source of Wealth||Writing Career|
|Social Media Links||Instagram, 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).