Career and path
Julia was born to mother Sharon Boorstin who was an author and, father Paul Boorstin who was a TV documentarian. Julia is noted to have attended Princeton University. She graduated with a degree in B.A. in History.
She then began working for Fortune magazine where she was the business writer in 2000. She then joined CNN news where she began working as a contributor of Street Live market wrap-up segment. She is currently working as an editor of CNBC.com’s section Media Money and is also the media and entertainment reporter of CNBC Los Angeles Bureau.
Married and personal life
Julia Boorstin does not have a long dating history. She is married to her husband, Couper Samuelson. The couple married in 2007. Julia Boorstin’s husband, Couper is a mover and shaker at Hollywood. The couple met in Sundance Film festival. The couple took their vacation romance towards the isle in no time. The couple got married in Beverly Hills, California, United States. There have been no reported rumors about extra marital affair or disputes.
Net worth and Salary
Julia Boorstin’s net worth has not been estimated till date. However, it is known that she ears a huge salary from her exceptional work in CNBC. Julia has been doing great in the field of journalism and has kept up with the progress. We hope to see more of Julia Boorstin in the years to come.
Fact, bio and height
Julia Boorstin looks very young and fresh. She has a perfect body measurement. Julia has a hourglass shaped figure. She is known mostly for her red hair. Julia is adored by the public for her hard work and her infectious smile. For her hard work in the field of journalism she was even named as TJFR 30 as 30 lists for Most Promising Business Journalist in 2003, 2004 as well as 2006. She has also been nominated for a News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Live Coverage of a Current News Story – Long Form. The very talented and respected, Julia Boorstin’s bio can be found on various social media sites like Twitter, facebook and more.