James Wolcott is a journalist and novelist from the United States. He is the cultural critic of Vanity Fair and a contributor to The New Yorker. He maintains his own blog on the main page of Vanity Fair magazine, which won a Webby Award in 2007.
|date of birth
|December 10, 1952
|70 years old
|5 feet 9 inches
|5 million dollars
Age and Early Life of James Wolcott
James Wolcott was born in Baltimore, Maryland on December 10, 1952. He killed his mother, father and sister in their home in Georgetown, Texas when he was 15 years old. Wolcott was not found guilty of his insanity though. He has been practicing Transcendental Meditation since 2007. He is American by nationality, and North American by nationality. James spent two years at Frostburg State College in Maryland. He then moved to New York to work for The Village Voice.
James Wolcott Height and Weight
James Wolcott is 5 feet 9 inches tall. It weighs about 65 kg. She has lovely warm hazel eyes and golden brown locks. There is no information about his chest, waist and hip measurements, dress size, shoe size, biceps and so on.
James Wolcott Net Worth
What is the net worth of James Wolcott? His salary was not disclosed. As of August 2023, his net worth is $5 million.
James began his career at The Village Voice, initially in the circulation department, making phone calls. He quickly got a job as a receptionist. After that, he started working as a writer for Esquire’s media and pop culture magazine. He then worked as a writer for Harper’s Magazine, The New Yorker, The New York Review of Books and New York Magazine.
Wolcott soon began working for Vanity Fair. He was hired at Vanity Fair by the late Leo Lerman, who was the magazine’s editor at the time. Wolcott’s debut book, The Catsitters, was published in 2001. He wrote “Attack Poodles and Other Media Mutants” in 2004, a critique of the right-wing media in the United States. Furthermore, he has just written the foreword to Geoffrey Beene’s next book, Identity. In October 2011, his book “Lucking Out: My Life Getting Down and Semi-Dirty in Seventies New York” was published.
Wolcott gave the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee 14 gifts between 2015 and 2016. He also contributed $200 to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. Wolcott received the 2014 “PEN/Diamonstein-Spielvogel Award for the Art of the Essay” for Critical Mass.
Wife and Marriage of James Wolcott
Who is James Wolcott’s wife? James Wolcott has been married for a long time. He is married to Laura Jacobs, editor of Vanity Fair. There is no information available about their dating history. The date of their wedding is also unknown. For now, there is no information about their children. The couple has been married for several years and their marriage is going well.