Quick Facts Dareh Ardashes Gregorian

  • NameDareh Ardashes Gregorian
  • Birth Year1970
  • Birth month03
  • FatherVartan Gregorian
  • NationalityAmerican
  • Birth PlaceAustin, Texas
  • EthnicityWhite
  • ProfessionJournalist
  • MarriedYes
  • Married toMaggie Lindsay Haberman
  • Children Max Gregorian, Miri Gregorian, Dashiell Gregorian
  • SiblingsVahe Gregorian, Raffi Gregorian
  • MotherClare Russel Gregorian

American born Dareh Ardashes Gregorian came to limelight after marrying famous New York Times Journalist Maggie Lindsay Haberman. Moreover, Gregorian is a reporter cum researcher, typist, and part-time reporter.

So if you are curious to know the personal detail of Dareh than you have arrived in the right spot. Let’s explore his Net Worth, Salary & career in the following section.

Who is Dareh Ardashes Gregorian? Bio & Wiki 

Dareh Ardashes Gregorian was born on 24 March 1970 in Austin, Texas. Moreover, he holds American nationality and his ethnicity is white.

Gregorian was raised by his parents Vartan Gregorian (father) and Clare Russel Gregorian (mother).

                 CAPTION: Dareh Ardashes Gregorian working in his office as a reporter.

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Furthermore, Dareh father was the President of the Carnegie Corporation in New York and his mother served in the adult education school as a chairwoman, Literary Partner.

Additionally, he has siblings named Vahe Gregorian and Raffi Gregorian, brothers. Unfortunately, their mom died in 2018.

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Dareh Ardashes Gregorian’s Personal Life 

Dareh is a married man. He tied the knot with the popular Journalist Maggie Lindsay Haberman on 9 November 2003.

In their wedding ceremony, few members from their family, friends, and relatives were involved. They got married after seven years of relationship. Additionally, the couple marriage ceremony was held at the Tribeca Rooftop in Manhattan.

Dareh Ardashes Gregorian with his wife  Maggie Lindsay Haberman & first born child
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The duo locked their eyes for the first time when they were on their job to the New York Post in 1996. After being in a love affair for long enough they decided to turn their boyfriend and girlfriend relationship in the marital bond.

Furthermore talking about Dareh’s wife, she is also an active socialist, political analyst and works for the CNN News Channel.

From their intimate relationships as a husband and wife, the duo has three children who are Max Gregorian, Miri Gregorian, and Dashiell Gregorian.

Reportedly, all of his three kids are attending school at the present. The duo has been enjoying their married life with their three kids while maintaining the low-profile in the media.

Moreover, there is no sign of rumors and controversy in their marital relationship so far.

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Dareh Ardashes Gregorian’s Body Measurement

Dareh is a handsome looking man with an endomorph body structure. Similarly, he stands at a height of 5 feet and 8 inches. Moreover, he has not revealed his exact weight and other body measurement deals are under review.

How Much Is Dareh Ardashes Gregorian’s Net Worth & Salary

Dareh Ardashes has not shared any sorts of information regarding his fortune. However, it’s is not so difficult to estimate his overall wealth.

Gregorian probably has a million dollars in his bank account. He served in the media for 16 years which means he has garnered a hefty amount of net worth from his professional career.

Moreover,  An medium salary of a New York Post employee ranges from $48K – $74K so Gregorian has made a tremendous amount of money from his association with the news portal. On another hand, his wife Maggie’s net worth is around $105k as of 2019.

 Dareh Ardashes Gregorian’s Career

After finishing his education, Gregorian applies for the job in the New York Post as a reporter cum researcher where he started his career in 1992. Later on, he worked as a typist cum part-time reporter from 1993 to 1995.

Furthermore, he became the reporter of the police from 1996 to 1997. Later he worked as a general assignment exchange reporter from 1997 to 1998.