Sasha Frere-Jones Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Net Worth

is an American writer, music critic, and musician. He has written for Pretty Decorating, ego trip, Hit It And Quit It, Mean, Slant, The New York Post, The Wire, The Village Voice, Slate, Spin, and The New York Times. He was on the staff of The New Yorker from 2004 to 2015. In January 2015, he left The New Yorker to work for Genius as an executive editor. Frere-Jones left Genius after several months to become critic-at-large at The Los Angeles Times. He left the Times in 2016.

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Sasha Frere-Jones Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth January 31, 1967
Birth Day January 31
Birth Years 1967
Age 55 years old
Birth Place United Kingdom
Birth City
Birth Country United Kingdom
Nationality American
Famous As Writer
Also Known for Writer
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Occupation Writer

Also Known by the Full name , is a Good Writer. He was born on January 31, 1967, in United Kingdom

Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Frere-Jones attended the Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn from 1972 to 1984. He won an award from the Young Playwrights Festival in 1983 for his play “We Three Kings.” After graduating from St. Ann’s in 1984, Frere-Jones attended Brown University for three years but did not graduate. He subsequently attended the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU, concentrating on Dramatic Writing, then transferred to Columbia University in 1991. He graduated from the Columbia School of General Studies with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology in 1993.

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Net Worth

has a net worth of $1.5 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Writer. Famously known as the Writer of United Kingdom. He is seen as one of the most successful Writer of all times. Wealth & Primary Source of earning is being a successful American Writer.

Sasha entered the career as Writer In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $0.5 Million to $1.5 Million Approx
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Personal Life, Relationships and Dating

He was born Alexander Roger Wallace Jones on January 31, 1967, in Manhattan, the elder child of Elizabeth Frere and Robin C. Jones. His younger brother, Tobias Frere-Jones, is founder of the typeface design company Frere-Jones Typography, and is on the faculty of the Yale School of Art. Tobias and Alexander both legally changed their surnames from Jones to Frere-Jones in 1981.

He is a grandson of Alexander Stuart Frere, the former chairman of the board of William Heinemann Ltd, the British publishing house, and a great-grandson of the novelist Edgar Wallace, who wrote many popular pulp novels, though he is best known for writing the story for the film King Kong. (Merian C. Cooper wrote the screenplay.)

In 1983, Frere-Jones played Capulet in a St. Ann’s production of Romeo and Juliet directed by Nancy Fales Garrett. Mia Sara played Juliet. In 1984, Frere-Jones’s We Three Kings was one of ten plays chosen for the Young Playwrights Festival. The original reading starred John Pankow and Željko Ivanek. The final production at the Public Theater starred Adam Klugman, Jack Klugman’s son. His follow-up play, Jump Down Turn Around, was performed at St. Ann’s and starred Frere-Jones and actor Josh Hamilton.

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Social Network

Born on January 31, 1967, the Writer is Probably the most famous person on social media. Sasha is a popular celebrity and social media influencer. With his huge number of social media followers, he frequently shares numerous individual media files for viewers to comment with his massive amount of support from followers across all major social media sites. Affectively interact with and touch his followers. You can scroll down for information about his Social media profiles.

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Life Story & Timeline

2015

Frere-Jones published his final column for The New Yorker on January 15, 2015. He left the magazine to work for the media annotation website Genius.com to work as an executive editor.

2010

In an “Ask the Author” feature on The New Yorker’s Web site, Frere-Jones revealed he was working on a collection of pieces that would include an extended version of “Paler” that would expound upon his thesis and address responses to the original piece. [1] Frere-Jones is completing a short book on Michael Jackson due for publication in 2010 by Ecco Press.

2009

Frere-Jones also appears in the 2009 documentary Strange Powers by Kerthy Fix and Gail O’Hara, about Stephin Merritt and his band, The Magnetic Fields, in which he further discusses his ideas of race in pop music.

On March 9, 2009, The New Yorker published his first profile, of British pop singer Lily Allen.

At the end of 2009, he helped bring mainstream attention to then-unsigned indie rock band Sleigh Bells when he wrote that, “After shows at Le Poisson Rouge and Public Assembly, I knew they were my favorite band in New York.”

2008

In 2008, Frere-Jones was named one of the top 30 critics in the world by Intelligent Life, the lifestyle publication from The Economist.

2007

On October 22, 2007, The New Yorker published “A Paler Shade of White”, an essay in which Frere-Jones examined the changing role of race in pop, specifically indie rock and hip-hop of the last two decades. In the piece Frere-Jones charges indie with being too white and therefore not sounding black enough and hip hop for being too black. The piece was roundly criticized by numerous pop music critics for Frere-Jone’s seeming lack of knowledge regarding pop and rock music history, and controversial understanding of race in relation to music. proved to be controversial, eliciting responses from Playboy, The Village Voice, Slate, and Simon Reynolds, among dozens of other news outlets and blogs. The Stereogum music blog declared the controversy a ‘war’ between music writers. The New Yorker received more mail about “A Paler Shade of White” than it did for any other essay since “Escaping Picasso”, Adam Gopnik’s December 16, 1996 essay about Pablo Picasso. Frere-Jones published follow-ups to his article to address some of the criticism and where he is cited as writing: “…and also says that when he called Michael Jackson and Hall and Oates “equally gifted,” it was not a typo.”

2004

Frere-Jones debuted as The New Yorker’s pop critic on March 8, 2004 with “Let’s Go Swimming”, an essay on Arthur Russell. He followed in the footsteps of the magazine’s past critics Ellen Willis, Mark Moses, Elizabeth Wurtzel, and Nick Hornby. He has covered independent acts like Arcade Fire, Joanna Newsom, Grizzly Bear, Manu Chao, and Bon Iver, as well as mainstream successes like Neil Diamond, Mariah Carey, Wu-Tang Clan, Lil Wayne, and Prince. Three essays originally published in the magazine have appeared in Da Capo Press’s Best Music Writing anthologies.

1994

In 1994, he married lawyer Deborah Holmes, with whom he has two sons. They divorced in 2006.

1987

Frere-Jones plays bass, guitar, and various electronics. He founded the band Dolores during his time at Brown. The band made two full-length tapes: one in 1987 and one in 1990. After moving to New York in 1988, the band played for two years before breaking up. (Their only recordings during this period were two contributions to a compilation on Fang Records called Live At The Knitting Factory.) In 1990, Frere-Jones co-founded the instrumental, two-bass rhythm band Ui with Clem Waldmann. They played their first live show in 1991, and spent the following eight years touring across the United States and Europe, opening for bands like Stereolab and Tortoise.

1983

In 1983, Frere-Jones played Capulet in a St. Ann’s production of Romeo and Juliet directed by Nancy Fales Garrett. Mia Sara played Juliet. In 1984, Frere-Jones’s We Three Kings was one of ten plays chosen for the Young Playwrights Festival. The original reading starred John Pankow and Željko Ivanek. The final production at the Public Theater starred Adam Klugman, Jack Klugman’s son. His follow-up play, Jump Down Turn Around, was performed at St. Ann’s and starred Frere-Jones and actor Josh Hamilton.

1972

Frere-Jones attended the Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn from 1972 to 1984. He won an award from the Young Playwrights Festival in 1983 for his play “We Three Kings.” After graduating from St. Ann’s in 1984, Frere-Jones attended Brown University for three years but did not graduate. He subsequently attended the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU, concentrating on Dramatic Writing, then transferred to Columbia University in 1991. He graduated from the Columbia School of General Studies with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology in 1993.

1967

Sasha Frere-Jones (born Alexander Roger Wallace Jones in 1967) is an American writer, music critic, and musician. He has written for Pretty Decorating, ego trip, Hit It And Quit It, Mean, Slant, The New York Post, The Wire, The Village Voice, Slate, Spin, and The New York Times. He was on the staff of The New Yorker from 2004 to 2015. In January 2015, he left The New Yorker to work for Genius as an executive editor. Frere-Jones left Genius after several months to become critic-at-large at The Los Angeles Times. Frere-Jones left the Times in May 2016.

He was born Alexander Roger Wallace Jones on January 31, 1967, in Manhattan, the elder child of Elizabeth Frere and Robin C. Jones. His younger brother, Tobias Frere-Jones, is founder of the typeface design company Frere-Jones Typography, and is on the faculty of the Yale School of Art. Tobias and Alexander both legally changed their surnames from Jones to Frere-Jones in 1981.

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