Mark Levin Bio, Early Life, Family, Career, Net Worth, Measurements

Mark Levin
Tags: Journalist
Profession: Journalist
Date of birth: Sep 21, 1957
Age: 64
Net worth: 5 Million
Birth Place: Philadelphia, PA
Height (m): 1.84
Religion: Christianity
Relationship Status: Married

Mark Reed Levin is an American celebrity activist, journalist, and radio host. He’s the host of syndicated radio show The Mark Levin Program, as well as Fox News’ Life, Liberty & Levin. Levin worked under President Ronald Reagan’s administration and served as chief of staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese. He is Landmark Legal Foundation’s former president, a best-selling author of seven books. Levin also contributes articles to various media outlets such as National Review Online. Levin was editor-in-chief of the Conservative Review since 2015 and is also popular for his reporting on the flames.

Mark Levin

Caption: Mark Levin
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The journalist was famous as a “conservative” and “right-wing”. He is popular for his harsh criticism of Democrats and for urging congressional Republicans to face primary challenges that he calls “RINO”. He endorsed Ted Cruz in 2016 Republican presidential primary and declared himself “Never Trump”. However, he reluctantly endorsed Donald Trump after Trump won the Republican nomination. Since the start of the Trump presidency, Levin’s commentary has turned staunchly pro-Trump.

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Mark Levin: Early Life, Education, and Family

Mark Reed Levin, was born into a Jewish family on 21 September 1957 in Philadelphia.  He grew up in both Erdenheim and Elkins Park with his two more brothers. His boss, Jack E. Levin, writes many books. After three years in 1974, he graduated from Cheltenham High School. Skipping his high school year, Levin enrolled at Temple University Ambler and graduated with a BA in summa cum laude, and Phi Beta Kappa. In 1977, at age 19, in Political Science. In 1977, Levin won election to the Cheltenham school board on a plan to cut property taxes. Levin received a JD in 1980. The Beasley School of Law at Temple University.

Mark Levin: Career and achievements

Mark Levin’s Political Career:

Following law school, Levin worked for Texas Instruments. Starting in 1981, Levin served as a counselor to several members of the cabinet of President Ronald Reagan. Levin started out at ACTION, the federal department administering VISTA and other charitable organizations, before working as the U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary for Elementary and Secondary education. Education Department, and U.S. Deputy Solicitor Interior department. He later became the associate director of presidential personnel and then chief of staff to Edwin Meese, attorney general.

Levin practiced law in the private sector after quitting the Reagan administration. In 1991, he founded the Landmark Legal Foundation, a public interest law firm. The firm specializes in constitutional law, promoting free enterprise, and restricting governmental power.

In 2001 Levin was awarded the Ronald Reagan Award by the American Conservative Union for his work with Landmark Legal. In 2014, Politico revealed that Levin earned an annual salary of more than $300,000 as president of the non-profit Landmark Legal Foundation, including the Sarah Scaife Foundation, the Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation, and ExxonMobil. Levin stepped down as Landmark Legal’s president in 2018 but remained on its board of directors.

Radio Career:

Levin launched his broadcasting career as a guest on conservative radio talk programs. Additionally, he was a frequent contributor to legal opinions to The Rush Limbaugh Show for many years, where Limbaugh referred to him on-air as “F. Lee Levin,” a tongue-in-cheek reference to defense counsel F. Bailey Lee. He was also a contributor to The Sean Hannity Show and eventually got his own radio show on WABC, beginning in 2002 on Sundays, then in the time slot that preceded Hannity’s 2003 series. In 2006 Cumulus Media Networks began to syndicate The Mark Levin Show nationwide. Hannity dubbed Mark Levin the “Great One.”

Levin has taken part in Freedom Concerts, an annual benefit concert to help fallen soldiers ‘ families, and is using his radio program to promote aid to military families. The journalist is also involved with the charity Move America Forward, which sends packages of care to soldiers serving overseas. Levin signed a ten-year contract extension with Westwood One on 11 February 2016, which will be taking his show to 2025, his 19th year. He was inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame on 16 November 2018.

Television Career:

Levin has been the founding editor-in-chief of Conservative Review since 2014, an online multi-platform television network that later merged to form Blaze Media with Glenn Beck’s terrestrial network TheBlaze in 2018. In November 2017, Fox News announced it had signed Levin to air on Sunday nights at 10:00 p.m. for a weekend show titled Life, Liberty & Levin. Eastern as of February 2018.

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Caption: Mark Levin in Fox News
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Mark Levin as a writer:

Levin also authored the 2005 book Men In Black: How The Supreme Court Is Destroying America, in which he presented his research on the Supreme Court as activist judges. Saving Sprite: A Dog Lover’s Tale of Joy and Anguish is a non-fiction work written in 2007 by Levin on his experience of rescuing a dog called Sprite from a shelter of local animals. Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto was published in 2009 and became the #1 bestseller of the New York Times for eleven of twelve weeks, as well as #1 on Nielsen BookScan and #2 on Amazon.com’s 2009 bestselling list. Ameritopia: America’s Unmade came out in 2012.

In Ameritopia, through works by some of the leading figures in American history, Levin explores the roots and growth of both the modern-day conservative and liberal political philosophies, the latter of which he refers to as “statist.” Levin wrote Plunder and Deceit: The Exploitation of Young People and the Future by the Big Government in 2015, and the Rediscovery of Americanism and the Tyranny of Progressivism in 2017. On 21 May 2019, Levin released his book ‘Unfreedom of the Press’.  The book became the number one best-selling book on  Amazon.com  three days before its official release, as a result of pre-order sales.

Mark Levin's Ameritopia

Caption: Mark Levin’s Ameritopia
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Mark Levin: Personal Life and wife

The 62-year-old activist is married to Julie Prince. Besides, Levin has also been in several news headlines for his comments and statements. In June 2017, Levin accused Senator Bernie Sanders of being “a radical Marxist who believes in violence”. Similarly, according to the political scientist at Rutgers University, Stephen Eric Bronner, he tends to use “socialism” as a “catch-all term to co-exist,” according to Politico in May 2009.

Mark Levin & Julie Strauss Levin

Caption: Mark Levin & Julie Strauss Levin
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In 2013, Levin argued that “the Muslim Brotherhood has invaded our government” and called President Obama a “sympathizer” of the Muslim Brotherhood. In February 2015, Levin said that President Obama was “seeking to destroy Israel” because “Obama has an affinity for Islam much more than Christianity or Judaism.” Levin also blamed Obama for the Ebola crisis, stating “the political policies of that administration”.

Mark Levin: Net Worth and social media

Mark Levin is an American activist, radio host, and author with a net worth of $5 million. The journalist has earned his net worth as host of The Mark Levin Show, an American syndicated radio show. He also served in President Ronald Reagan’s administration; besides, he was also chief of staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese.

Levin is available on Twitter by the name ‘marklevinshow‘  and has 2 million followers. However, he is not available on Instagram or any other social media platform.

Mark Levin: Body measurements

Levin is 1.84 meters tall and weighs 84 kgs. Talking about his eye color, he has brown eyes. However, further information regarding him is not accessible.