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Anne Sinclair was born Anne-Élise Schwartz in New York City to Micheline Nanette Rosenberg and Joseph-Robert Schwartz (whose last name was changed to Sinclair in 1949).
Anne Sinclair conducted a one-hour conversation with a prominent French or worldwide celebrity every Sunday at 7 p.m. François Mitterrand and Nicolas Sarkozy of France, Bill Clinton of the United States, Helmut Kohl and Gerhard Schröder of Germany, Hillary Clinton, King Hassan II of Morocco, and Prince Charles were among the figures she spoke with.
She started writing daily comments on the US and global political news on her blog Two Or Three Things From America in October 2008. It is now among the top twelve political blogs in France. She released a book on her grandfather in 2012 called '21 Rue La Boétie', and as of 2022, she serves as editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post in French.
Anne Sinclair has a net worth of about $200 million.
Anne Sinclair's exact annual income has not been estimated.
Anne Sinclair is 5 ft 6 in (168 cms) tall.
Anne Sinclair turned 74 in 2022.
Anne Sinclair is the granddaughter of Paul Rosenberg, one of the most prominent art dealers in France and then New York. Her parents, who had escaped with Paul Rosenberg and his wife from the Nazi persecution of Jews during the 1940 German invasion of France, were both Jews born in France.
The family moved back to France a few years after her birth. She went to the private school Cours Hattemer. She majored in law at the University of Paris and politics at the Paris Institute of Political Studies.
Anne Sinclair was first married to Ivan Levaï ( French journalist), and she has two sons with him.
In 1991, she married Dominique Strauss-Kahn, politician/economist and the 2007-2011 managing director of the IMF. She divorced him in August 2012. The couple divorced in March 2013.
Anne Sinclair has lived with Pierre Nora (French historian) since the separation from Strauss-Kahn. In 2014, she published 'My Grandfather's Gallery' ( a memoir of her grandfather).
Anne Sinclair held her first job as a radio interviewer at Europe 1, one of the top national radio networks. Later, Anne Sinclair hosted a 7/7 weekly news and political program on TF1 that had one of the biggest audiences in France between 1984 and 1997. For the thirteen-year run of the show, she conducted more than 500 interviews and became one of the most recognized journalists in the nation.
Even though her show was mostly about politics, it featured A-listers like Madonna, Paul McCartney, Sharon Stone, George Soros, and Woody Allen. Anne Sinclair has interviewed members of the French cultural community, including Elie Wiesel, Alain Delon, Johnny Hallyday, Yves Montand, Simone Signoret, and Bernard-Henri Lévy.
Anne Sinclair quit the program in 1997 when her husband Dominique Strauss-Kahn was appointed France's finance minister to prevent a conflict of interest. Before going back to her previous line of work in journalism, she founded and led a TF1 Internet subsidiary company for four years.
Anne Sinclair hosted a French version of NPR's cultural radio show known as Libre Cours in 2003 on France Inter.Additionally, she penned the political bestsellers Deux ou trois choses que j'en sais d'eux (Grasset, 1997) and Caméra Subjective (Grasset, 2003).
In September 2014, Farrar, Straus, and Giroux released 'My Grandfather's Gallery.'
Three Sept d'Or, the French version of the Emmys, went to Sinclair for her commendable work in TV journalism.
Writing is another thing the radio personality enjoys. Besides being a radio interviewer and a host on a prime tv channel, Anne Sinclair has authored 'My Grandfather's Gallery: A Family Memoir of Art and War,' 'Caméra Subjective,' 'Cyberspace' (Wildcats, Science And Technology), 'Chronique d'une France blessé', and many more.
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