Who is David Ignatius of The Washington Post? Bio-wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Education, Parents, Wife, Wikipedia, Awards, Net worth, And Twitter

David Ignatius Biography

David Ignatius born in David Reynolds Ignatius is an American novelist and journalist working for The Washington Post as a columnist and associate editor. Besides, as a columnist, he is focused on foreign affairs. Nevertheless, David has written 11 spy novels including Body of Lies which in 2008 was made into a film featuring Russell Crowe and Leonardo DiCaprio. Also, he is an award-winning journalist and Senior Fellow to the Future of Diplomacy Program. Ignatius was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and currently resides in Washington.

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David Ignatius Age/ Birthday

How old is David Ignatius? David is 71 years as of this writing but will turn 72 years as of 2022. He was born on May 26, 1950, and therefore celebrates his birthday on 26th May every year. Also, his zodiac sign is Gemini.

  • Age: 71 years
  • Date of Birth: May 26, 1950
  • Birth Sign: Gemini

David Ignatius And Weight

David was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, by his parents. Later, they moved to Washington D.C., where he was brought up. Besides, he is the son of Paul Robert Ignatius (father) and Nancy Sharpless (mother).

Nevertheless, David’s father, Paul worked as the president of the Air Transport Association, former president of The Washington Post, and former secretary of the Navy. Moreover, he has a sibling brother named Adi Ignatius who works as editor-in-chief of Havard Business Review.

David Ignatius Wife And Children

David is married to his beautiful wife Dr. Eve Thornberg who is a computer scientist. Besides, the couple exchanged their vows in 1980 and have been married for more than 40 years. Moreover, the two have been blessed with three daughters, Sarah Ahun, Alexandra Sarah, and Elisa Helen.

David Ignatius Wikipedia

After completing his studies, Ignatius started working at The Washington Post as an editor of the Sunday Outlook section. Afterward, in 1990, he was promoted to foreign editor and after three years he became a managing editor for business news. Moreover, in 1998 he started writing as a column and went on even when he was an executive editor at the International Herald Tribune in Paris for 3 years.

Prior to becoming a columnist for Washington Post, David was served at The Wall Street Journal reporting about the CIA, steel industry, Senate, Departments of State and Justice, and the Middle East. Apart from being a journalist, Ignatius is also a novelist having written 11 spy novels.

Some of those novels include Bloodmoney, The Quantum Spy, Siro, A Firing Offense, The Director, The Paladin, Body of Lies which was made into a film, among others. Also, he is a Senior Fellow to the Future of Diplomacy Program and a member of the Trilateral Commission.

David Ignatius Honors And Awards

Following his career, Ignatius has received numerous awards and honors including the 2004 Edward Weintal Prize, Overseas Press Club Award for Foreign Affairs Commentary, Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, Gerald Loeb Award for Commentary, Urbino International Press Award among others.

David Ignatius Net Worth

Ignatius has an estimated net worth of approximately $ 3.2 million as of 2022.

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