Quick Facts of Robert Costa

  • Full NameRobert Costa
  • Date of Birth14 October, 1985
  • BirthplaceRichmond
  • Ethnicity White
  • ProfessionJournalist
  • Nationality American
  • EducationUniversity of Cambridge
  • Horoscope Libra
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    Robert Costa is a famous name in the area of journalism. Currently, he works as a national political reporter for The Washington Post and is a political analyst for NBC News and MSNBC. Moreover, Costa is also the moderator of American public broadcaster PBS that is aired by Washington Week.

  • Relationship HistoryYes

Robert Costa is a famous name in the area of journalism. Currently, he works as a national political reporter for The Washington Post and is a political analyst for NBC News and MSNBC. Moreover, Costa is also the moderator of American public broadcaster PBS that is aired by Washington Week.

Is Robert Costa Married?

With more than 527,700 and 7,309 followers on Twitter and Instagram, respectively, Costa is quite a famous journalist. But he has never revealed his romantic attachments yet. Although he posts photos of his nieces and cousins, he has never made public confessions about love life.

Costa with his goddaughter and niece Dilon at Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History on May 26, 2018
Costa with his goddaughter and niece Dilon at Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History on May 26, 2018.
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Costa is a very enthusiastic person who loves to spend time with his beloved family and friends whenever he is free. He is fond of taking his cousins and nieces out every time he has the chance. Besides that, he prefers keeping his matters away from the public view.

Robert Costa’s Net Worth And Salary 

Talking about net worth, Robert owns an estimated net worth of $1 million, which is a decent amount. He has assembled his earning by working as a political analyst. He has a residence in Washington, D.C., and owns a car. 

In general, a political journalist in the United States earns between $27,829 and $43,717, whereas the average figure is around $33,911. But political analyst like Costa who works with more than one news agencies makes more than the average. 

Early Life Of Robert Costa

34-year-old Costa was born to attorney parents Thomas E. Costa and Anne-Dillon D. Costa in Richmond, Virginia, on October 14, 1985. He grew up with his three siblings in Lower Makefield Township, Bucks County of Pennsylvania, and attended Pennsbury High School.

Costa with former American president Barack Obama in 2017
Costa with former American president Barack Obama in 2017.
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Later, he joined the University of Notre Dame for B.A. in American Studies. From there, he graduated in 2008 and attended the University of Cambridge. Costa graduated in 2009 with a master’s degree in politics from Cambridge.

Career Of Washington Post Journalist, Robert Costa

Initially, Costa interviewed music bands and music concerts during his high school years. He was meant to be a famous journalist from a very young age. Alongside the interviews, he also did a review for the concerts in Philadelphia and professional and local sports for PHS-TV, which was the student television station.

Costa hosts a one-on-one debate with Chris Matthews on MSNBC, just minutes before the presidential debate on September 28, 2016
Costa hosts a one-on-one debate with Chris Matthews on MSNBC, just minutes before the presidential debate on September 28, 2016.
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Costa’s career made a head start when the conservative magazine National Review hired him to work as a reporter in 2010. After nearly two years, he received a promotion to the post of Washington editor in December 2012.

He also reported news for CNBC and MSNBC while working for National Review. Similarly, he was named “the most important reporter in the country over the past few weeks” for his reporting on the Republican party of Congress in 2013.

Costa(left) hosting in-depth interviews with politician Beto O'Rourke
Costa(left) hosting in-depth interviews with politician Beto O’Rourke.
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Robert resigned from National Review in November 2013 and joined The Washington Post in January 2014. He was selected as the political analyst for NBC and MSNBC on December 10, 2015. Likewise, he also made an appearance in PBS’Charlie Rose as a guest host in March 2017.

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