Philip Oltermann Biography and Wiki
Philip Oltermann is an American media personality serving as The Guardian‘s Berlin bureau chief. He is also the author of Keeping Up With the Germans: A History of Anglo-German Encounters.
Philip Oltermann Age and Birthday
He is 40 years old. He was born in Schleswig-Holstein in 1981.
Philip Oltermann Height
He is tall in stature. However, his height is undisclosed.
Philip Oltermann Nationality
Oltermann is a German-born British.
Philip Oltermann Education
He studied English and German literature at Oxford University and University College London.
Philip Oltermann Parents
Oltermann grew up in Schleswig-Holstein. In 1996, in the middle of watching an ill-tempered football match between England and Germany, his parents told him that they were leaving their home city Hamburg behind and move to London. However, it is not known whether he has siblings or not.
Philip Oltermann Wife
Philip lives in Berlin with his wife and son.
The media personality hasn’t disclosed any information about his wife and son. Therefore, their identity is unknown.
Philip Oltermann The Guardian
Oltermann is a Berlin bureau chief for The Guardian.
He studied English and German literature in Oxford and London before beginning a career in journalism, for both German and English-language media. His articles have appeared in Granta, the London Review of Books, Prospect, The Nation, and Süddeutsche Zeitung, among others.
He is also the founder of the English Writers Football Team, where his running style was once described as “looking entirely italicized”.
Philip Oltermann The Guardian Books
Oltermann is the author of the following books;
- The Stasi Poetry Circle: The Creative Writing Class that Tried to Win the Cold War 1. It was published by Faber & Faber in 2020.
- Keeping Up With the Germans: A History of Anglo-German Encounters. It is a witty look at the lighter side of Anglo-German relations over the last 100 years. It was published in 2012.
- How to Write. It was published in 2012. This book draws together the material from The Guardian’s 2008 ‘How to Write’ supplements and includes a full directory of useful addresses, from publishers and agents to professional societies and providers of bursaries. Whether you’re looking to polish up your writing skills or you want to ensure that your manuscript finds its way into the right hands, How to Write will prove essential reading.
Philip Oltermann Salary and Net Worth
His salary and net worth are under review.