Timeline of Kevin Peraino
|Date of Birth:||1976 , June-7|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
Kevin Peraino pursued his career in the writing field as an author. He first book was “Lincoln in The World: The Making of Statesman and The Dawn of America Power”. The book highlights Lincoln’s foreign policy. The book was awarded as one of the Best Books on President Lincon.
Piraino joined Newsweek magazine as a writer, during his working days he gathered news from all around the world. He was a finalist fro the Livingston Award for his foreign affairs writing. Talking more about his talent, he has published The Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy and much more. Further, Kevin made his appearance on Morning Joe and PBS NewsHour.
Accounting his personal life, Kevin married to his girlfriend Reena Ninan, after having an affair for years. His wife Renna is a CBS News television journalist, The beautiful couple has two children, Jack and Kate. Kevin holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnicity.
Currently, Kevin is working for CBS news. According to the source, Kevin Peraino has a net worth more than $1 million. And as an author and journalist, he receives a large amount of salary.
Kevin Peraino facts on timeline
Born in United States OF America.1976
An author and journalist Kevin Peraino was born on 7th of June in 1976 in California, United States. He is American by nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
Joined Newsweek magazine1999
Peraino joined Newsweek magazine as a writer in 1999. There he served until 2010. During his time at Newsweek magazine, he spotted and reported news from all around the world.
Released First Book2013
In 2013, Peraino released his first book named “Lincoln in The World: The Making of Statesman and The Dawn of America Power”. The Washington Post described the book as “revealing and fresh… There is much here that will interest even though steeped in the vast Lincoln Literature.”
As of 2017, Kevin has a net worth of around $1 million. According to the source, his second book, “A Force So Swift: Mao, Truma, and the Birth of Modern China” will release in September 2017.