|October 05, 1982
|40 YEARS OLD
James Hamblin is a prominent non-fiction author based in the United States, gaining recognition for his insightful works. As of 2024, his net worth is estimated to be between $100K - $1M. With his compelling writing style and unique perspective, Hamblin has captivated readers and established himself as a distinguished figure in the literary world. Known for his ability to explore complex topics with clarity and depth, he continues to inspire and educate through his thought-provoking publications.
Writer and senior-editor at The Atlantic. He hosts the online series If Our Bodies Could Talk for which he was a Best Web Personality at the Webby Awards.
He was a Yale University Poynter Fellow in journalism at Yale University.
He has lectured at Harvard Medical School, Wharton Business School, Columbia Mailman School of Public Health. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Politico, and NPR.
His grandfather's name was Jim Hamblin.
The Atlantic compared him to Neil Patrick Harris' Doogie Howser.