Mark Levin is a radio presenter, lawyer, and author from the United States. The journalist worked in the administration of former United States President Ronald Reagan and as the chief of staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese.
Mark Levin Age
Mark Levin was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America on September 21, 1957. He is 65 years old.
Mark Levin Height
Mark stands at a height of 6 ft 0 in/1.83m tall.
Mark Levin Family
Mark grew up in Erdenheim Elkins Park with his two brothers. Jack E. Levin, his father, was born in 1925 and died in 2018. He wrote several works before his death.
Mark Levin Wife
Mark married his ex-wife, Kendall Levin, whom he later divorced. He is currently married to his second wife, Julie Prince. The journalist experienced a heart attack in 2000, necessitating open-heart surgery. On the June 13, 2021, episode of Life, Liberty, and Levin, Mark revealed that he has heart illness.
Mark Levin Education
In 1974, Mark received his high school graduation from Cheltenham High. He skipped his senior year of high school and instead went at Temple University Ambler, where at the age of 19 in 1977 he earned a B.A. in Political Science. Later that year, the journalist was elected to the Cheltenham school board on the promise of lowering property rates. In 1980, he graduated from Temple University School of Law with a J.D.
Mark Levin Salary
Mark earns an annual salary of $73,285.
Mark Levin Net Worth
Mark’s approximate net worth is $3 million.
Mark Levin Career
Mark began his media career as a guest on conservative talk radio shows. For several years, Mark contributed legal insights to The Rush Limbaugh Show, where he appeared more frequently as the Monica Lewinsky controversy unfolded. Sean Hannity noticed Mark at the time, and he began to appear on Hannity’s radio show.
Since 2002, the show has broadcast on Sundays, and in 2003, it took over Hannity’s time slot. He has participated in an annual benefit event, Freedom Concerts, to assist the families of deceased troops. He also utilizes his radio show to encourage help for military families.
In addition, the writer is active with Move America Forward, a foundation that delivers care packages to veterans fighting overseas. On February 11, 2016, Mark signed a ten-year contract extension with Westwood One. The arrangement will keep his show running until 2025, when it will be in its 19th year.
He was previously the president of the Landmark Legal Foundation. Seven of his books went on to become New York Times best-sellers. Aside from hosting, Mark adds analysis to media venues such as National Review Online. Since 2015, the journalist has served as the Conservative Review’s editor-in-chief.
He is most well-known for his fiery remarks. Mark is described as “right-wing” by the New York Times, CNN, NPR, and Politico. He is well-known for his venomous critiques of Democrats as well as his support for primary challenges to congressional Republicans. Mark regards this as “Republican In Name Only” (RINO).