Who is Bari Weiss?

Bari Weiss is an American opinion writer and editor. "Vanity Fair" magazine has recently called Weiss the Times's "star opinion writer". "The Jerusalem Post" has also named Bari the seventh most influential Jew in the world. She was a senior editor at Tablet, the online magazine of Jewish news, politics, and culture, where she edited the site's political and news coverage. Before her resignation, she was an op-ed staff editor and writer about culture and politics at "The New York Times".

Famous For

  • her tenure as an op-ed staff editor and writer about culture and politics at "The New York Times"
  •  Being an op-ed and book review editor at "The Wall Street Journal".

Early Life of Bari Weiss

Bari Weiss was born on March 25, 1984, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. She holds an American nationality and belongs to Jewish ethnicity. Her Zodiac sign is Aries. She is a follower of Judaism.  Her father's name is  Lou, a carpet salesman and mother's name is  Amy Weiss, a department store makeup buyer. She has three younger sisters named Molly Weiss, Suzy Lee Weiss, and Casey Weiss. She was raised up in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood and graduated from Pittsburgh's Community Day School and Shady Side Academy. She earned a major in history from  Columbia University in 2007. 

Career of Bari Weiss 

  • After her graduation from Columbia University, She began working for Israeli Newspaper "Haaretz" and the Jewish-American newspaper "The Forward" in 2007.
  • She served as senior news and politics editor at American Jewish online magazine "Tablet" from 2011 to 2013.
  • From 2013 until April 2017 she worked as an op-ed and book review editor at "The Wall Street Journal" which is an American business-focused, English-language international daily newspaper based in New York City.
  • From 2017 to 2020, Weiss was an op-ed staff editor and writer about culture and politics at "The New York Times".
  • Her famous written article or book entitled "How to Fight Anti-Semitism" was published in September 2019.
  • Weiss announced her departure from The New York Times on July 14, 2020.
  • Her new written article or book entitled  "The New Seven Dirty Words" is scheduled to be published this year. 

Personal Life of Bari Weiss 

Bari Weiss is a divorced woman. She was married to Jason Kass, an environmental engineer, in 2013. However, after 3 years of the marriage relationship, the couples got divorced in 2016 without having any children. Previously, Bari dated the American actress, comedian, and writer  Kate McKinnon while studying at Columbia University from 2002 to 2006. Currently, she is single. 

Body Measurement of Bari Weiss 

Bari Weiss is a good looking woman with hourglass shape body physique. She stands 5 ft 5 inches tall and weighs 50 Kg. She has a straight sexual orientation. Her eye color and hair color both are black. She has a medium length straight hairstyle. Her shoe size is 6 (US) and the dress size is 8(US). 

Net worth of Bari Weiss 

As of 2020, The net worth of Bari Weiss is estimated to be the US $1 Million - $5 Million (Approx.). She has accumulated her income by being a successful writer and op-ed staff editor. From 2013 until 2017 she earned a decent salary by being an op-ed and book review editor at "The Wall Street Journal" and From 2017 to 2020 by being a writer and op-ed staff editor at  "The New York Times". 

10 Real Facts of Bari Weiss 

1. She is the eldest of four daughters born to her parents. 

2. Her youngest sister named Suzy Lee Weiss is also a good writer. 

3.  Her name "Bari" is named after a local actress. 

4. After her High School years in the USA, she took a year gap from the regular studies and attended the Jewish program in Israel for a year.

5. she attended the Tree of Life Synagogue and had her bat mitzvah ceremony there.

6. Bari has been on Bill Maher's popular HBO show multiple times.

7. She is against feminists supporting anti-woman practices.

8. She has profile Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren for Wall Street Journal, also play writer David Mamet.

9. She calls herself a Liberal Zionism. 

10. She is critical of Bibi Nethanyahu's govt. policies in Israel.