Who is Ari Melber Wife? Drew Grant, Bio-Wiki, Age, Birthday, Husband, Education, Children, Parents, Wikipedia, Twitter, Net worth

Drew Grant Biography

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Drew Grant Age, Birthday

Grant’s real names are Sarah Drew Grant. She is 37 years though she will be turning 38 years on May 25th. Grant was born on 1984 May 25th in Park Slope, New York City, USA. Thus, Drew blows off her birthday candles on May 25th every year and her zodiac sign is Gemini.

Drew Grant Husband

Grant is currently divorced. She was married to her ex-husband, Ari Melber, an Emmy-winning reporter, and an MSNBC anchor. The two met Ari at a social event and they dated each other for two years prior to getting married. She married Ari Melber in 2014 and get divorced in 2017. The cause of their divorce is not specified. Currently, Drew is dating Richard Alexander.

Drew Grant Education

Upon completing high school level, Drew went on and joined Oberlin College where she attained a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2006, earning a major in English Language and Literature.

Drew Grant’s Parents, Siblings

She is the daughter of Mr. Steve Grant and Mrs. Lynn Grant. She was brought alongside her sister, Hannah Grant.

Drew Grant Height and Weight

Sarah stands at an estimated height of 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs around 59 kg.

Drew Grant Wikipedia

Grant was born and raised in Park Slope, New York City, the USA by her loving parents. She is the Senior Editor at the dot.LA, a Los Angeles-located tech news Firm.Upon graduating she began working for the website 236 as their Pop Culture Editorial Assistant, staying on staff there for 1 year and above.

Upon graduating from Oberlin College in 2006 earning a Bachelor’s Degree in English Language and Literature, Drew operated as a writer and editor at various firms, including the New York Observer.

She also served as an editor for “Jossip Initiatives”, and as a blogger for the website “Nerve”. In 2011 she connected to the Media Group as a pop culture writer and also worked briefly for NBC as a staff writer, but she eventually became the entertainment editor for “The New York Observer”. She also launched the firm titled “TV Download”, and joined the publication in 2017 “RealClearLife”.

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