Peter Sagal Bio-Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Children, NPR, PBS, Running, Books, Net Worth, and Salary
Peter Sagal Biography
Peter Sagal is an American humorist, writer, and host of the National Public Radio game show Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! and the PBS special Constitution USA with Sagal. Here is all you need to know about Peter Sagal Bio-Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Children, NPR, PBS, Runnin, Books, Net Worth, and Salary.
Peter Sagal Age and Birthday
Peter is 55 years old as of 2020, he was born on 31 January 1965 in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, United States.
He celebrates his birthday on 31 January 1965.
Peter Sagal Height and Weight
Peter stands at an average height and moderate weight. He appears to be quite tall in stature if his photos, relative to his surroundings, are anything to go by.
Details regarding his actual height and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We are keeping tabs and will update this information once it is out.
Peter Sagal Family and Siblings
Peter is the son of Matthew, his father, and Reeva Sagal, his mother. Matthew was working as a telecommunications executive and his mother was a school teacher but became a stay-at-home mom.
Sagal has two brothers, his elder brother, Douglas, became a rabbi and serves Temple Emmanu-El in Westfield, New Jersey. His younger brother, Roger, is an attorney in Ridgway, Colorado.
Peter Sagal Wife and Children
Peter was married to Beth Albrecht and had three children before they divorced. He got married to Mara Filler in 2018. They are blessed with three children Gracie Sagal, Rosie Sagal, and Willa Sagal.
Peter Sagal Npr and Wiki
In 1998 Sagal became the host of NPR’s Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! news quiz program. Sagal and the Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! the team also indulged in a different kind of journalism, Sandwich Monday.
These were the contributions to The Salt, NPR’s food blog. In 1997 Sagal was asked to be a panelist on a new NPR show to be produced by WBEZ Chicago called Wait Wait…..Don’t Tell Me!
Peter Sagal Running
Sagal is a long-distance runner. He began running with his father at the age of 15. Afterward, he began running marathons in 2005 with the Chicago Marathon. He finished the run after over four hours. He later joined a group for serious training.
In 2006 he went back to the Chicago Marathon and took 40 minutes off. Since that race, Sagal has run a total of 14 marathons. This includes four Boston Marathons, four consecutive Chicago Marathons, the New York City Marathon, the Philadelphia Marathon, and the Twin Cities Marathon. He set his personal record in Philadelphia in 2011 with a time of 3:09:25.
Peter writes the Road Scholar column in Runner’s World magazine. He wrote about his humorous observations on running and life in the best-seller, The Incomplete Book of Running( a nod to Jim Fixx’s 1977 book The Complete Book of Running).
Peter Sagal Chernobyl
Sagal also co-hosted the WBEZ podcast Nerdette Recaps Game of Thrones with Sagal until Game of Thrones ended in 2019, which also saw him co-host the companion podcast to the miniseries Chernobyl with that series’ creator, Craig Mazin.
Peter Sagal Salary
Sagal took in $395,185, helped along by a $62,000 bonus. The chief content officer at NPR, Kinsey Wilson, was the highest-paid executive, topping out at more than $570,000, including a bonus of nearly $148,000, according to IRS records.
Peter Sagal Net Worth
Peter is estimated to have a net worth of about $1 million- $5 million. He has enjoyed a long career in the entertainment industry. Through proceeds from his work as an actor, he has been able to accumulate a modest fortune.
Peter Sagal Books
- 2018: The Incomplete Book of Running
- 2015: NPR the Best of Carl Kasell
- 2007: The Book of Vice: Very Naughty Things( And How to Do Them)
- 1999: Denial: A drama in Two Acts
- 1999: Most Wanted: A Full-Length Comedy In One Act