Pilar Queen Biography and Wiki
Pilar Queen is an American celebrity wife best known as the daughter of Makeup and fashion artist, Bobbi Queen, and the wife of Andrew Sorkin. As of now, Pilar Jenny works as an agent for Inkwell Management based in New York City (since June 2003).
Pilar Queen Age and Birthday
Pilar was born in 1981 in New York, New York City, United States of America. Her exact birthday is not available. She is around 41 years old.
Pilar Queen Height
She stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Pilar Jenny Education
She attended Northwestern University in 1999 and graduated from there in 2003 with a degree in literature after finishing high school education.
Pilar Queen Family | Mother
Queen was born to Bobbi Queen and Steven Plofker. Her mother Bobbi Queen is the senior fashion editor for Women’s Wear Daily and the associate fashion editor of “W” magazine, both publications operate in New York City.
Pilar Queen Husband
She is now married to Andrew Sorkin, an American journalist, and author born on February 19, 1977, in New York City. He is the co-anchor of CNBC’s Squawk Box and financial columnist for The New York Times. Sorkin is the founder and editor of a financial news service, DealBook published by The New York Times.
Andrew Ross Sorkin is the chief mergers and acquisitions reporter for The New York Times and is the editor of DealBook, an online financial news report on the Website of The New York Times. He is a graduate of Cornell.
Pilar Queen’s Net Worth
Pillar has an estimated net worth of approximately $1 million. This is estimated from her job as an agent with Inkwell Management based in New York City (since June 2003).
Pilar Queen Agent | Career
Pilar is an American celebrity wife best known as the daughter of Makeup and fashion artist, Bobbi Queen, and wife to Andrew Sorkin. As of now, Pilar Jenny works as an agent for Inkwell Management based in New York City (since June 2003).
Pilar spent the past 10 years at McCormick Literary, where her best-selling clients included Brad Stone, Emily Chang, Cristina Alger, Grant Achatz, Andy Kessler, Steven Davidoff, John Hope Bryant, Nancy Lublin, Debi Mazar, and Simone de la Rue. Queen works out of UTA’s New York office, where the 18-year-plus literary industry vet was expected to sign authors and help the agency’s existing clients create and leverage original content across divisions and platforms.