Dareh Ardashes Gregorian is an American political reporter who is currently serving at the NBC News. Previously he worked for NY Daily News as well as NY Post. Apart from his professional life, he is also famous for being the husband of the journalist, Maggie Lindsay Haberman.
Dareh was born to father Vartan Gregorian and mother Clare Russell Gregorian on March 24, 1970, in Austin, Texas, and raised alongside two brothers: Vahe and Raffi Gregorian.
We might know much about his professional career and who she is married to but here are a few more things you might not know about him.
5. More Famous for His Marital Relationship Than Profession
As his wife, Maggie Haberman, Dareh Ardashes Gregorian also invested his time in the journalism world and gained massive success as a reporter. Though this, he isn’t as famous for it as for being the husband of his partner.
To be more precise, his work in the Supreme Court as their official reporter earned him the New York City Police Department’s Crimestoppers Award. However, if we talk about his public recognition and compare his professional life with marriage, his marital relationship will take over.
Like him, his spouse, Maggie, is a journalist, and she is one of the best in the industry right now. Dareh’s wife Maggie has served many respected publications and broadcasts as a political analyst and correspondent. She worked for The New York Post, Politico, CNN, New York Daily News, and The New York Times.
With years of hardship, Maggie’s work routine was even documented by Liz Garbus. She was one of the stars in the documentary series, The Fourth Estate. Here’s more to Maggie Haberman‘s life if you want to know more about her.
Coming back to Dareh, though his marriage shed most portion of the limelight, he is also quite renowned for his professional success. His professional journey began in 1992 as a reporter and researcher at New York Observer. Then after a year, he joined New York Post, where over the years, he initiated his action as a general assignment exchange reporter, Supreme Court reporter, and Police reporter.
In 2013, he started working for New York Daily News, where he still serves as a political editor. In addition to that, he also works for NBC News.
4. Shares Three Kids with Wife Maggie Lindsay Haberman
Dareh Ardashes Gregorian tied the knot with Maggie Lindsay Haberman, on November 9, 2003. Their wedding ceremony was performed by the United States District Court’s chief judge, Edward R. Korman, at the Tribeca Rooftop in Manhattan.
Before sharing a lifelong journey as a married couple, they stayed in a boyfriend-girlfriend relationship for seven years.
The lovely couple is parents to their three children, Max, Miri, and Dashiell Gregorian. Sources claim their kids are busy on their studies and still undergrads. Unfortunately, more information on them is unavailable.
3. A Net Worth of $1.5 Million
The American journalist Dareh Ardashes Gregorian holds an estimated net worth of $1.5 million as of 2020. It is believed that he earned a salary of up to $80,000 while working for New York Post.
Though it’s an estimation and his actual fortune hides behind the curtains, every reliable source is confident that he is a millionaire, and together with his wife, he is worth almost $5 million.
2. A Graduate of Boston University
The veteran journalist Dareh Gregorian was born to parents, Vartan and Clare Gregorian. His father was the Carnegie Corporation President, whereas his mother stays active as the Chairwoman of Literacy Partners in Manhattan.
Speaking of his education, he passed out of Trinity School and later on, graduated from Boston University in 1992. His old man was also a part of Brown University, as he was the President from 1989 to 1997.
1. Thin Social Media Presence
Talking about the social media presence, the 50-years- old Dareh Gregorian is active on Twitter, frequently tweeting. He’s over 3 thousand followers at the time of this writing.
Besides Twitter, he also uses Facebook; however, it seems he hasn’t used his account for a while now. His final FB post was on June 18, 2016.
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there is a pretty big mistake here — his dad, Vartan, was the president of BROWN UNIVERSITY, AND NOT B.U.
worth correcting on-line, if you can I think. …
thanks for your reply..I’ll recheck the details and update the article!