Mark Landler Bio, Age, Family, Wife, School, Salary, Net Worth, New York Times

Mark Landler Biography

Mark Aurel Landler is an American writer who has worked as The New York Times’ White House Correspondent in Washington, D.C. since March 2011.


How old is Mark Landler? – Age

Landler was born on October 26, 1965, in Stuttgart, Germany. He is 56 years as of 2021.

Where did Mark Landler go to school? – Education

He earned a B.S. in international affairs from Georgetown University, where he also served as the editor-in-chief of The Hoya. In 1997, he was a Reuters Foundation Fellow at Oxford University.

Mark Landler – Family

There’s no information about Landler’s parents and siblings.

Landler’s Wife

Landler is a married man who lives in London with his wife, Angela Tung, and their kid, Nicholas.

Mark Landler The New York Times' correspondent
Mark Landler The New York Times’ correspondent

What is Landler’s Salary?

His salary is under review.

Landler Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.

Mark Landler Career

Landler began his work as a copy boy at The New York Times in 1987. He worked as a reporter and media editor for Business Week magazine from 1990 until 1995. Landler returned to The Times in 1995 as a financial correspondent, covering the media and telecoms industries. From 1998 until 2002, Landler was the Times’ Hong Kong bureau chief. From 2002 until 2008, he was posted in Frankfurt as the European Economic Correspondent. He was the newspaper’s Diplomatic Correspondent in Washington from 2009 to 2011, covering Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.  Landler is a senior writer at the Times and has reported for the paper from 70 countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East.
In 2007, he won an Overseas Press Club award for his work on a series about China and the environment.                                                                                                      Landler is the author of Alter Egos (Random House, 2016), a comparative study of the foreign policy of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, which was named the best book of 2016 by the Financial Times. He is a regular panelist on the PBS program Washington Week and the CBS Sunday news magazine Face the Nation.            Landler is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
In March 2011, he became a White House Correspondent, first covering President Barack Obama and then President Donald J. Trump.