John Reinstein is an experienced professional actor, writer and performer with over two decades of experience in the industry.
At a young age, he began acting, writing and performing plays. Additionally, his stand-up comedy career was very successful, leading him to perform at clubs all along the East Coast.
Early Life and Education
John Reinstein spent his early life living with his mother and brother in upper Darby, Pennsylvania. He attended local public schools before earning a bachelor’s degree from Brooklyn College of the City University of New York.
He then earned a Juris Doctor from the New York University School of Law, followed by time as an attorney with the ACLU of Massachusetts before joining Harvard Law School as professor.
He has made significant contributions to television news journalism. As editor-in-chief of Boston’s beloved “Chronicle,” as well as NBC’s flagship evening program “Today,” his accomplishments are numerous and his courage in telling the truth never wavered.
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Reinstein has been at the forefront of medical science, a renowned psychiatrist with a specialization in treating mental health patients. He is best known for prescribing antipsychotic clozapine to many Illinois Medicaid recipients, according to records.
Achievements and Honors
John has earned himself the reputation as a member of the honorable order of police department, earning him numerous awards and accolades over his nearly 30 years on duty. Most notably, John was given the coveted title of Department Head at Lieutenant rank for his no-nonsense leadership style. Additionally, he is proudly affiliated with Phi Delta Phi chapter – an organization for philanthropists – which currently counts him among their list of prestigious honorees. These include numerous most notable officer awards, Phi Phi honorable mention as well as other merit badges and honors; most recently four and half consecutively receiving this prestigious distinction since 2009.
John Reinstein’s wife Phyllis has spent years trying to unravel his mysterious past. Through letters, books and old newspapers she has pieced together a narrative of political passion, rebelliousness and family secrets that spans generations.
She has also learned of a Buffalo pharmacist who traveled to czarist Russia and then returned as one of Moscow’s leading proponents for communism. It is an experience she never could have predicted when her first child was born.
Victor, the eldest son, achieved great success as both a doctor and lawyer. A state park in Cheektowaga is named in his honor, while Reinstein Library on Harlem Road houses an extensive archive of family papers.
Reinstein currently has a net worth of $5 Million, which he earned through his successful Ophthalmologist Career.
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She hosts her own show, Erin Burnett OutFront, for which she reportedly earns $6 million annually – further increasing her net worth.