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About Bob Greene
Bob Greene gained public notice as a result of his outstanding journalistic contributions in the United States. He published the book “Hang Time: Days and Dreams with Michael Jordan” in 1992. The book became one of the bestselling books of the period.
Greene was born and raised in Bexley, Ohio. His alma mater is Northwestern University.
The journalist began a marital relationship with Susan Koebel Greene and he has two children with her.
Upon completing school, he worked as a writer at the Chicago Sun Times for a while and around 1977, he was employed to work with the Chicago Tribune. He made appearances on television shows such as the Nightline.
He served as a columnist for the network, and a few years later, his columns were seen in close to 100 newspapers. His column covered all subjects and has also written an article on personalities like Michael Jordan and Alice Cooper.
Bob Greene spent close to 20 years working for the tribune until in 2002, after he had admitted to engaging in a pre-marital relationship with a high school student, he left the tribune.
Other successful books he published are “Late Edition: A Love Story”, “Fraternity: A Journey in Search of Five Presidents” and “Once Upon a Time: The Miracle of the North Platte Canteen”.
Greene was the recipient of the National Headliner Award for best column in 1977.
The American journalist in 1980 helped the police arrest a man who wrote to him that he would be going on a killing hunt.
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F.A.Q. about Bob Greene
When is his birthday?
Bob Greene's birthday is on March 10, 1947.
In how many days is his birthday?
Bob's birthday is in 101 days
How old is he?
He is 76 years old.
Where is Bob from?
He was born in Bexley, Ohio, U.S..