Rachel Cooke Net Worth is
Rachel Cooke Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Rachel Cooke (born 1969-70) is a British journalist and writer.Born in Sheffield, the daughter of a university lecturer, Cooke attended Oxford University, before beginning her career as a reporter on The Sunday Times. She has written for the New Statesman, where she is television critic, and is a writer at The Observer newspaper. In 2006 she was named Interviewer of the Year at the British Press Awards and Feature Writer of the Year at the What the Papers Say Awards. In 2010 she was named Writer of the Year at the PPA Awards for her interviews in Esquire. In the 'Lost Booker Prize' for 1970, announced in March 2010, Cooke was one of the three judges.Cooke's Her Brilliant Career: Ten Extraordinary Women of the Fifties, the writer's first book, was published in the autumn of 2013. Amanda Craig wrote in The Independent that Cooke's "writing does not delve deep but is eloquent, concise, fair-minded, witty and elegant." Katharine Whitehorn wrote in The Observer that "this excellent book should go far towards setting the record straight" about women's increasing experience of having professional careers rather than being confined to a life as a housewife as accounts of the 1950s commonly assume.Cooke is married to the film critic and novelist Anthony Quinn.
|Profession||Miscellaneous Crew, Music Department|
|Yogi Bear||2010||assistant: Mr. De Line & Ms. Rosenfelt, NZ|
|The Lovely Bones||2009||production assistant: cast|
|The World's Fastest Indian||2005||assistant: Roger Donaldson, New Zealand|
|Seven Periods with Mr Gormsby||2005||TV Series production coordinator|
|School Rules||2002||TV Series music researcher|