Drew Grant (Ari Melber’s Ex-Wife) Age, Family, Job, Net Worth, Husband
Who is Ari Melber’s Ex-Wife Drew Grant
Drew Grant is an American television writer, editor, producer, and tv host. She worked as a pop culture reporter at The New York Observer. However, she is popularly known as the ex-wife of Ari Melber, the chief legal correspondent for MSNBC, and host of The Beat with Ari Melber.
Drew Grant Age
Grant is 39 years old. She was born on May 25, 1972.
Drew Grant Family Background
Grant was born and raised in Delaware. She graduated from Oberlin College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2006, with a major in English Language and Literature.
Drew Grant Ex-Husband
Grant and Ari Melber met at a social event and instantly fell for each other. They dated for two years before getting married in 2014. Unfortunately, the couple divorced in 2017. Grant is now in a relationship with Richard Alexander.
Drew Grant Reporter
Grant works for Rotten Tomatoes as a television writer. She writes the weekly scripts for RottenTomatoes OTT programming on Roku and Peacock since November 2020. Grant began her journalism career in February 2007 working for 236.com as a pop culture editorial assistant. She was then the editor for Jossip Initiatives from August 2008 to May 2009.
In April 2009, Grant joined crushable.com as a staff writer. She then joined Salon Media Group as a pop culture writer in New York. In September 2011, she worked for New York Observer as a senior editor. While there, she launched a popular vertical tvDownload in 2014, which saw explosive growth to 6m readership in one year. Concurrently, she was a senior editor for Observer Media and the founder of Observer’s television vertical, tvDownload.
From November 2017 to April 2018, she worked for RealClear Media Group as a managing editor. As a senior editor, she oversaw the publishing of multiple long-form features daily. Grant then joined Collider as a senior editor until June 2019. From June 2018, she worked for various companies as a freelance contributing writer.
Grant wrote for various publications such as The New York Times, Maxim, Cosmopolitan, Forbes, AdWeek, HuffingtonPost, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Nerve, Jossip, Grit Daily News, Ranker, AV Club, Decider, Blackbook, and Collider.
Drew Grant Net Worth
Grant has an estimated net worth ranging between $50 k- 200 k as a journalist and writer.
Drew Grant Ari Melber
Ari is MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent, covering the DOJ, FBI, and the Supreme Court, and an NBC News Legal Analyst. He won an Emmy Award for his Supreme Court coverage.
He was among the first journalists to report that the firing of FBI Director James Comey could trigger an investigation into obstruction of justice. On 9 May 2017, Melber reported, the day James was fired, that a former FBI official told him the firing had raised the question of potential obstruction by President Trump.
He interviewed former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski in Feb. 2019 about whether Trump asked him to interfere in the Mueller probe. Melber later reported that Lewandowski’s response was false. In September 2019 during a congressional impeachment hearing, Lewandowski was questioned about his false answer.
He broke a story live on MSNBC that Democrats on the Ways and Means Committee “intend to request President Trump’s tax returns.” This was on the night of the 2018 midterm elections. United States House Committee on Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal carried out that plan, formally requesting Trump’s tax returns from the IRS in April 2019.
He previously served as the host of The Point which is a Sunday evening program on MSNBC focused on legal and political topics, as a cohost of MSNBC’s talk shows The Cycle, and also as a substitute host for other MSNBC shows, such as The Rachel Maddow Show, All In with Chris Hayes, and The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell.
He was also a correspondent for The Nation. His writing focused on law, politics, organizing, civil rights, and technology issues. Melber’s writings have also appeared in The Atlantic, Reuters, and Politico. He wrote a report about Organizing for America and has contributed to several books. Melber is a member of the New York State Bar Association.