Who is Darran Simon ? Biography, Wiki, Age, Found Died, Wife, Children,

Darran Simon
Darran Simon

Darran Simon Biography – Wiki

Darran Simon was a Reporter of Washington Post. Simon joined the Washington Post in late January as a reporter focusing on D.C. government and politics. He was born in London and raised in Guyana, New York, and New Jersey.

Simon was reportedly found dead inside his apartment on Thursday, according to a newsroom memo sent out to The Washington Post staff.


He was 43 years old.


He earned his bachelor’s in history from the University of Rhode Island and his master’s in journalism from Northwestern.


Simon had just joined the Post’s roster in March to cover government and politics. No further information about his death has been made available.

Prior to the Post, Simon worked at CNN as a senior news writer and online anchor, and held reporting positions at the Miami Herald and the Times-Picayune in New Orleans, according to a Post report announcing Simon’s hire in January.

Simon covered a plethora of frontpage headlines including Kobe Bryant‘s helicopter crash and Trump’s impeachment hearings. He also penned a “series of accountability stories” about school rebuilding after the hurricane during his time in New Orleans.

Darran Simon Found Dead in His House

It has been reported that Washington Post journalist Darran Simon was found dead in his D.C. apartment on Thursday, April 9. The news was reported by the Washingtonian — according to the outlet, a newsroom memo from Tracy Grant, the Washington Post’s managing editor for staff development and standards, confirmed Simon’s death. His cause of death has not been announced.

The newsroom memo started by confirming that Darran Simon was found dead in his apartment.

Grant’s message spoke about Darran’s time with Washington Post:

Darran joined us as a DC government and politics reporter last month from CNN. He made an immediate impact on his arrival. Darran proved himself to be dogged, as when asking Mayor Bowser questions at her daily press briefings, and deeply humane, as when he told the story of a former “Jeopardy” contestant who died of covid-19. He was entrusted to write several of Metro’s coronavirus leadalls, in large part because he worked so well with everyone and because he was a clear and fluid writer.

Grant’s newsroom memo acknowledged the difficult time employees are already facing, and provided them with resources to cope with the sudden loss of their colleague. She said: “Our sympathy goes out to Darran’s family; we will share information about how best to express your condolences shortly.”