Kevin D Williamson Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, National Review
Kevin D Williamson Biography
Kevin D Williamson is a well-known political commentator at the moment serving for National Review as a roving correspondent. At first, Williamson served for The New Criterion as a deputy managing editor and theater critic.
Kevin D Williamson Age
Kevin was born in Amarillo, Texas, in the United States, on September 18, 1972. He is 49 years old and on September 18th every year celebrates his birthday.
Kevin D Williamson Height
Williamson stands at an average height of 5 ft 8 inches/Approx 1.72 m tall.
Kevin D Williamson Family
He was born to his caring and loving parents in Amarillo, Texas, in the United States. However, Kevin likes to matters regarding his father, mother, and sibling away from the limelight. At the moment, He has not disclosed any details concerning his family members and siblings, we will update you on this segment as soon as he reveals the details to the public.
Kevin D Williamson Wife
Despite being a public figure, Kevin likes to keep his life private regarding his love life. However, review information concerning his marital status is ongoing and will be updated as soon as available whether He is dating, single, or married.
Kevin D Williamson Salary
Kevin earns an annual salary of $87,107 per year. This is according to National Review Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Kevin D Williamson Net Worth
Williamson has an estimated net worth of $100k to $1 million.
Kevin D Williamson Education
After completing his primary and high school diplomas. Kevin joined the University of Texas at Austin and later on graduated receiving a bachelor’s degree in political science.
Kevin D Williamson Career
Kevin has served for The New Criterion as a deputy managing editor and theater critic. He has also served at the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, the Mumbai-based Indian Express Group, Journal-Register Newspapers, and the Institute for Humane Studies at George Mason Campus where he administered as an adjunct professor in the journalism and communication programs.
Williamson briefly in the year 2018 joined The Atlantic. His employment as a criminal punishment for abortion was terminated after public criticism of a 2014 Twitter discussion in which he suggested hanging and his reiteration of this suggestion in 2014 on his National Review podcast.