David Ridgen Biography
David Ridgen is a popular independent Canadian award-winning writer and filmmaker currently working as the host, writer, and producer of CBC Radio’s true-crime podcast series called The Next Call and Someone Knows Something. Moreover, he has worked for NPR, TVOntario, MSNBC as well as CBC Television.
David Ridgen Age
David Ridgen was born in Stratford, Ontario, Canada. He may be around 53 years old, but he has not shared with the public his personal details including his exact age, or dates of birth.
David Ridgen Height
Ridgen stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m).
David Ridgen Family
David was born to his stalwart father Eric, and his staunch mother Lois in Stratford, Ontario, Canada. Nevertheless, he has not shared paramount intelligence regarding his devoted parents or if he has any siblings.
David Ridgen Wife
David is blissfully hitched to his devoted and caring wife. Nonetheless, David has not gone public with the identity of his wife or her whereabouts.
David Ridgen Children
David is a proud dad to Owen Ridgen. Nevertheless, David has not given further details concerning his son.
David Ridgen Education
In 1987, he attended Queen’s University where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in Film in 1991. Moreover, David matriculated at New York University in 2011 and graduated with a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts in Screenwriting in 2013.
David Ridgen Salary
David Ridgen Net Worth
David Ridgen has managed to amass quite a good affluence in his career and has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
David Ridgen Career
As of now, David serves as a creator, writer, and podcast host at CBC located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada since September 2015. There, he hosts the podcast series called Someone Knows Something which was first released back in March 2016. In addition, the podcast series is also produced by Chris Oke while Arif Noorani works as the executive producer.
There, David conveys a nonfiction story concerning a criminal cold case over multiple episodes using investigative journalism. Additionally, David hosts The Next Call podcast. There, he works with victims’ police, eyewitnesses, and family members to get answers.