American television journalist, Julia Boorstin serves as the Senior Media &Entertainment Correspondent for CNBC's Los Angeles Bureau. Previously, she was serving to CNBC as a regular assignment reporter.
The well-known journalist has settled her married life with her husband, William Couper Samuelson happily by supporting each other in their professional life. For more insights on her love life, scroll down the article!
Julia's Personal Life: Living a Blissful Married Life
Julia Boorstin and William Couper Samuelson met for the first time in 2004 when Couper's friends dragged him to meet Julia at Sundance. After dating for almost three years, they got married on 16 December 2007 in Beverly Hills, California.
The gossip regarding Julia Boorstin and Willam Couper Samuelson about their wedding was headlined in New York Times.
Julia Boorstin and her husband, William Couper Samuelson at their wedding in 2007. (Photo: New York Times)
On 13 July 2011, the duo welcomed their first child, a baby boy named, Henry in the family. Boorstin rarely shares picture or updates of her family life though she is active using Twitter.
Julia's husband, who is an actor and a producer by profession, is as well an Executive Vice President at Blumhouse at Universal Pictures. Boorstin is supportive towards her husband and to his career. The television journalist had also congratulated her husband for winning the Oscar awards for his movie, Whiplash.
Julie Boorstin is happily residing in Los Angeles with her husband and a son, and no rumors about their split have hit the media till the date.
Julia Boorstin's Bio: Wiki, Career, Age, Salary
Julia Boorstin was born in 1978 to parents Paul Boorstin, a producer, and writer of the television documentaries and Sharon Boorstin, an author. Julia, aged 39 celebrates her birthday on 4 December.
Television journalist who stands tall at an impressive height graduated with a B.A. degree in history from Princeton College. She was once an editor on the Daily Princetonian during her graduation.
In 2000, Julia was a business writer and reporter in CNBC from Fortune Magazine. On the same year, she was a contributor to Street Life on CNN Headline News. She was named in the "TJFR 30 under 30" list of the most promising business journalist by the Journalist and Financial Reporting newsletter in the year 2003, 2004 and 2006.
Later, in 2013, Julia created a concept and launched the CNBC Disruptor 50. She studied the economic changes and challenges in the established industries and was listed in the show, CNBC Disruptor 50. During her entire news career, she mainly covers the news detail focusing on the intersection of media and technology.
Talking about her net worth, Julia Boorstin has the total net worth of $100 Million with the handsome salary range from $600K to $690K.