Valeria Wasserman Chomsky | Biography, Age, Height, Net Worth (2021), Relationship, Family, Education, Facts, Wiki

Valeria Wasserman Chomsky biography

About Valeria Wasserman Chomsky

Valeria Wasserman Chomsky is a Brazilian personality who has contributed her toils in literature and is also famously acknowledged as the wife of Noam Chomsky. She was born in 1963 in a city in Brazil. As of 2021, she is 57 years old with a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.



Even though literature was not her first and foremost career, she managed her way to become one of the most talked-about and preferred writers and translators. She started writing when she was working as an investment analyst in 1992. After 17 years of her hardships and dedication, she got the chance to work as a translator for ArtVentures Cultural Projects and Translations.

Since then, she has been showing her linguistic expertise and time management skills to the globe. Her major translation projects include Hope and Religion by David Lehmann, The environmental impact of mining in the state of Sao Paulo by Andrea Mechi e Djalma Luiz Sanches and appreciably more.

Educational qualification background 🎓

Valeria Wasserman Chomsky achieved her doctorate in law from Universidade Federal Fluminense in 1984. Having said that, she was also attending Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro to procure her degrees in linguistics. She never took a chance to waste her opportunity to learn new things and literature was in her blood.

Valeria Wasserman Chomsky Family, Parents, & Siblings 👨‍👩‍👦‍👦

Regarding her family ancestry, she appears to keep most of her details under the curtains. However, reckoning on her current status and personality, we can speculate that Valeria came from a well-groomed distinguished family.



Relationship, Husband, & Children 💑

Prior to Valeria Wasserman Chomsky‘s marriage with Noam Chomsky, Valeria lived a quiet and private life surrounded by her profession and career. Following her marriage with Noam Chomsky who is 35 years senior to Valeria, she became the talk of the town. Some people were seen supporting their relationship while some threw negative response to Valeria’s choice.

She showed to all bad commenters out there that When you truly love someone, age is just a digit. The only thing that matters in a relationship is love and care for one another. On top of that, she did not have to witness the pain of child-bearing as Noam Chomsky had three children named Aviva Chomsky, Diane Chomsky, and Harry Chomsky from his previous wife late Carol Doris.

Earnings, Income, & Net Worth (2021) 💲

Valeria Wasserman Chomsky had a blasting career as a translator, writer, social activist, and theoretician. Even though she has kept her earning’s details under wrapped, we can guesstimate that this Brazilian wise woman makes abundant of riches through her expertise.  




Biography & Wiki Quick Summary

NameValeria Wasserman
Full Real NameValeria Wasserman Chomsky
CountryBrazil
NationalityBrazilian
Profession
translator, writer, social activist, and theoretician
Age57 years old (2021)
Height5 feet 7 inches
BirthplaceBrazil
Date of Birth (Birthday) 🎂1963
Net Worth (2021) 💲In Review
Education Qualification 🎓
Graduated
School/college 🏫Universidade Federal Fluminense, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro
Marital statusMarried
Relationship Status ❤ In a relationship
Husband NameNoam Chomsky
Children/Kids3
Son NameHarry Chomsky
Daughter NameAviva Chomsky, Diane Chomsky

Some facts of Valeria Wasserman Chomsky

Valeria Wasserman Chomsky with her husband Noam Chomsky
  • Her full date of birth has not been disclosed so far.
  • At the time of her wedding with Noam Chomsky, she was 51 years old and Noam Chomsky was 86 years old.
  • Chomsky married her after six years of her first wife Carol Doris’ death.
  • She has not given biological birth to Chomsky’s child so far.

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