Eric Boehlert Cause of Death: What Killed Eric Boehlert?

Eric Boehlert

Eric Boehlert was an American media critic and writer who was born on December 6, 1965. For 10 years, Boehlert was a senior fellow at Media Matters for America and a staff writer at Salon and Billboard.

As a platform for his opinion, Boehlert launched Press Run in 2020. He called it “an uncensored, impassioned, and unabashedly progressive assessment of the political press in the Trump era.”

Boehlert grew up in Indiana before migrating to Guilford, Connecticut, with his family. Bart, Thom, and Cynthia were his three siblings. He was a guard on his high school basketball team, at 6 feet 4 inches (193 cm) tall.

Boehlert earned a bachelor’s degree in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 1988. According to his longstanding friend and subsequently literary manager, Richard Abate, Boehlert acquired a fondness for music in the 1980s, beginning with fellow Indianan John Mellencamp, with whom “he felt an affinity… at the time.”

What Killed Eric Boehlert?

Eric Boehlert died Monday in a bicycle collision in his New Jersey hometown on April 4, 2022. He was 57.

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