Gideon Rachman Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Financial Times

Gideon Rachman Biography

Gideon Rachman is a British journalist currently serving for the Financial Times as the chief foreign affairs commentator which he joined in July 2016.

Gideon not only received the Orwell Prize for political journalism In 2016 but also he was awarded the Commentator Award at the European Press Prize awards.

Before joining the Financial Times, Rachman served for The Economist as a senior editor and correspondent for fifteen years. Rachman served as a foreign correspondent in Washington, Brussels, and Bangkok and has reported from all over the world including  Russia, China, India, and Afghanistan.

Gideon Rachman Age

Gideon Rachman was born in 1963, in England, United Kingdom. He is 59 years old.

Gideon Rachman Height

Rachman stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches (Approx. 1.72 m).

Gideon Rachman Education

He attended Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge where  Rachman studied history. He gained a first-class honors degree from Cambridge University in 1984.

Gideon Rachman Family

Gideon was born in England by Jewish South African parents. He spent some of his childhood in South Africa. His brother  Tom Rachman is the author of The Imperfectionists the novel. Rachmans sister named Carla serves as an art historian, and their sister Emily died of breast cancer in 2012. His uncle called Ronnie Hope served at The Jerusalem Post as a news editor.

Gideon Rachman Wife

He is happily married to his beautiful wife Olivia. Gideon posts his wife on his social media accounts and invites her to his fancy dinner parties with his colleagues.

Gideon Rachman Salary

Gideon’s average salary is $78,568 per year. This is according to Financial Times anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.

Gideon Rachman Net Worth

Rachman has an approximate net worth of $ 1 million – $ 5 million.

Gideon Rachman Career

Gideon serves for the Financial Times as the chief foreign affairs commentator since July 2016. Before joining the FT in July 2016, Rachman served for The Economist as a senior editor and correspondent.

At The Financial Times,  He writes on international politics, with particular stress on the European Union, American foreign policy, and geopolitics in Asia.

He started his career with the BBC World Service in 1984. From 1988 to 1990, Racman served as a reporter for The Sunday Correspondent newspaper, based in Washington, D.C. Rachman spent 15 years as its deputy American editor at The Economist newspaper, first as its deputy American editor and as its Southeast Asia from a base in Bangkok. Later, before taking on the post of Britain editor from 1997 to 2000. He served as The Economist’s Asia editor.

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