Eric Boehlert Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Ethnicity, Salary, Children and Wiki Bio

Eric Boehlert was an American media critic and writer has a Net Worth of $18 Million know all about his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Ethnicity, Salary, Children and Wiki Bio in this blog

Eric Boehlert Wiki Bio


Eric Boehlert

Date Of Birth

 6 December 1965

Age ( 2022 )

American media critic and writer


Montclair, New Jersey, United States






University of Massachusetts Amherst

Last Update

March 2022

Eric Boehlert Parents and Early Life

Now we are discussing his parents and Family.His parents always supported his career.Boehlert was born in Utica, New York, on December 6, 1965.  Boehlert grew up in Indiana with his family before moving to Guilford, Connecticut. Bart, Thom, and Cynthia were his three siblings. He was a guard on his high school basketball team, at 6 feet 4 inches (193 cm) tall. Boehlert earned a bachelor’s degree in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 1988.

Eric Boehlert Family ( Mother, Father and Sibling )



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Bart, Thom, and Cynthia

Eric Boehlert Wife and Children

Boehlert was married to Tracy Breslin for 29 years.They had two adult children, Jane and Ben Boehlert.Boehlert died on April 4, 2022, after being struck by a NJ Transit train in Montclair, New Jersey while cycling.NJ Transit released a report on April 5 that a train on the Montclair Boonton Line struck and killed an adult male riding a bicycle.

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Jane and Ben

Eric Boehlert Net Worth

Eric Boehlert has an estimated Net Worth of $18 Million  in 2022.He earns a good fortune from his hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.

How much Does Earn Eric Boehlert and What is His Net Worth?


Eric Boehlert

Net Worth 

$18 Million

Income Source

American media critic and writer

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Under Review

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Last Update

March 2022

Eric Boehlert Income Source and Salary

Here we discuss about his Salary, Income and Career Earnings.He earns a handsome salary from his profession.Via his sources of income, he has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle with his family members.

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Eric Boehlert Age, Height and Weight


56 years




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Eric Boehlert Professional Career

Boehler worked as a contributing editor for Rolling Stone as a music writer before joining Billboard as a senior staff writer in 1992. Later, he became a founding editor at Salon, an online news and commentary publication. Boehlert examined corporate misconduct in the music industry for Billboard. When Pearl Jam filed a lawsuit against Ticketmaster with the US Justice Department in 1994, Boehlert authored a series of reports, several of which were carried on the front page of Billboard.

Boehlert got the Deems Taylor Award for music journalism from the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers in 2002 for a series of pieces about the radio industry he wrote for Salon in 2001. The series was also shortlisted for the Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism.

In 2006, Boehlert joined the content analysis group Media Matters for America (MMFA). The same year, Boehlert published Lapdogs: How the Press Rolled Over for Bush, in which he contended that the mainstream media failed to adequately evaluate the George W. Bush administration. Bloggers on the Bus, which he published in 2009, was on the rise of blogging in American politics. Its title is a play on Timothy Crouse’s novel The Boys on the Bus (1973).

Boehlert was a harsh critic of Donald Trump and the media’s coverage of him.Boehlert stayed with MMFA for ten years, eventually rising to the position of senior fellow, before founding his own online newsletter, Press Run, in 2020 on the Substack platform.”We can’t fix America if we don’t fix the press,” he said, explaining why he launched the leftist newsletter.

In his thrice-weekly commentaries, Boehlert frequently contended that reporters for many publications, especially The New York Times, were unfairly critical of Democrats while being overly deferential towards Republicans. On the day he died, his final essay for Press Run was published. He questioned journalists’ coverage of the Biden administration in it, arguing that the news media was downplaying the president’s accomplishments.

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