Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity Age, Wiki, Height, Education, Wife, Net Worth

Sean Hannity is a Republican political pundit and talk show host from the United States. Hannity is the nationally syndicated talk radio show The Sean Hannity Show host. He also presents Hannity, a Fox News commentary show.

In 1989, Hannity served as a general contractor and volunteered as a talk show host at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He went on to work for WVNN in Athens, Alabama, and subsequently, WGST in Atlanta.

He served at WABC in New York until 2013 after exiting WGST. Hannity has done at WOR, a radio station, till 2014.

NameSean Hannity
Full NameSean Patrick Hannity
ProfessionTalk Show Host and Political Commentator
Personal Life
Date of Birth30 December 1961
Age [as of 2023]61 years
BirthplaceNew York, United States
HometownNew York, United States
ReligionNot known yet
Zodiac SignNot known yet
SchoolSacred Heart Seminary in New York
High SchoolSt. Plus X Preparatory High School in Uniondale, New York
CollegeNew York University, Adelphi University
Highest QualificationLeft the College before Graduation
Physical Stats
Heightin centimeters- 182 cm
in meters- 1.82 m
in feet inches- 5'10"
Weightin kilograms- N/A
in pounds- N/A
Eye ColorBrown Eyes
Hair ColorBlack & White Mixed
Body Measurement34-30-36 inches
Relationships & Affairs
Marital StatusDivorced
WifeJill Rhodes [m. 1993–2019]
ParentsFather- Hugh Hannity
Mother- Lillian Hannity
ChildrenSon- Hugh Hannity
Daughter- Merri Kelly Hannity
Net Worth (approx.)$250 million
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Early Life & Family [Parents & Siblings]

Sean Patrick Hannity was born in New York City, New York, USA, on December 30, 1961. Hugh Hannity, his father, was a family court officer and a lawyer. Seans’s mother, Lillian Hannity, worked as a stenographer and a correction officer in county jail.

His ancestors are of Irish heritage, and his grandparents moved to the United States from Ireland many years ago.

He is the eldest of three sisters. He is the youngest of four brothers and sisters.

Education & Degrees

During his early years, he enrolled in Sacred Heart Seminary in Hempstead, New York, and afterward attended St Pius X Preparatory Seminary High School in Uniondale, New York.

Sean studied at New York University and UC Santa Barbara before transferring to Adelphi University and dropping out after two years owing to financial difficulties.

Career of Sean Hannity

Hannity began a house-painting service in 1982. He worked as a building contractor in Santa Barbara, California, for many years after that.

Sean conducted his first talk radio show at KCSB-FM, UC Santa Barbara’s volunteer college station, in 1989. He continued to operate as a contractor throughout this time. The show aired for a total of 40 hours on television.

During both of Hannity’s episodes, LGBT topics were discussed aggressively. After a scandal, his weekly show was canceled after less than ten years of employment.

Sean Hannity career

On Hannity’s behalf, the Santa Barbara chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union ran a campaign.

The Union alleged that Sean was mistreated and asked that KCSB apologize to Hannity. Sean did not return to KCSB after the station failed to apologize publicly.

Outside of KCSB

After placing an ad in radio publications, Hannity was hired by WVNN, an Athens radio station. In the station, he hosted an afternoon talk show. In 1992, Hannity departed WVNN for WGST in Atlanta and took over for Neal Boortz, who had gone to work for WSB.

In September 1996, Hannity was hired by Roger Ailes, co-founder of Fox News, to host a tv show called Hannity and LTBD.

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Later that year, Sean moved to New York from WGST. He served as a stand-in for WABC’s afternoon drive-time host during Christmas.

Hannity was hired full-time by WABC in January 1997 and was assigned to the late-night time slot. Sean has been in WABC’s afternoon time slot since January 1998.

Until December 2013, the midday slot was shown. Hannity has been the host of the 3:00–6:00 p.m. time slot on WOR since January 2014.

The Sean Hannity Show

Sean hosts a conservative political talk show on the radio, and his beliefs and comments on politics and current events are featured. On September 10, 2001, The Sean Hannity Show was broadcast nationally for the first time.

In 2004, Hannity extended his five-year contract with ABC Radio for $25 million until 2009. In 2006, the show was broadcast on the Armed Forces Radio Network. Citadel Communications purchased ABC Radio in June 2007.

Sean got a five-year contract worth $100 million in the summertime of 2018. As of 2018, the program reaches over 13.5 million weekly listeners. Sean was placed 72 on Forbes’ “Celebrity 100” list in 2013 and number 2 in the 2017 Heavy Hundred Talkers Magazine.

In January 2007, Hannity agreed on a three-year agreement with Clear Channel Communications as a group.

KFYI Phoenix, WREC Memphis, WPGB Pittsburgh, KTRH Houston, WKRC Cincinnati, WOOD Grand Rapids, WFLA Tampa, and WOAI San Antonio are the most prominent group stations.

Sean secured a long-term contract with Premiere Networks in September 2013. At the start of 2014, he signed agreements to broadcast on various Salem Communications stations.

WWRC Washington, D.C., WDTK Detroit, KSKY Dallas, and WIND Chicago are the stations.

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Sean on the Television

Hannity and Colmes, a Fox News Channel political “point-counterpoint” show, was co-hosted by Hannity and Colmes. Sean provided conservative viewpoints, while Alan provided liberal views.

Sean has spoken out in favor of birth control, resulting in on-air spats with guests such as Rev. Thomas Euteneuer, president of Human Life International.

In January 2007, Sean launched Hannity’s America, a new Sunday night television show on Fox News. In November 2008, Alan announced his retirement from Hannity & Colmes.

On January 9, 2009, Hannity presided over the time slot with his news show, Hannity.

Sean conducted country music-themed Freedom Concerts to raise money for charity from 2003 through 2010.

Books by Sean Hannity

He’s written three books so far. Regan Books published Let Freedom Ring: Winning the War of Liberty over Liberalism in 2002 and Deliver Us from Evil: Defeating Terrorism, Despotism, and Liberalism in 2004.

These books made it to the nonfiction New York Times bestseller list, with the second staying for five weeks.

Hannity has stated that he is too busy to write many books and that he transcribed a large portion of his two books onto a recording device while driving to his radio program.

Conservative Victory: Defeating Obama’s Radical Agenda, his third book, was published by HarperCollins in March 2010. This was his third New York Times Best Seller. Live Free or Die, his fourth book, was released in 2020.

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Jill Rhodes Hannity

Alabama University awarded her a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism. In 1991, Rhodes served as a political journalist for the Huntsville Times when Sean Hannity, a conservative radio talk show presenter, contacted her and pleaded for her help with story ideas.

Jill Rhodes was always her husband’s best friend and confidante. “Let Freedom Ring: Winning the War of Liberty Over Liberalism,” his first book, was devoted to his spouse.

Jill is presently an editor for Sean Hannity’s Fox show “The Hannity Show.” Since Bill O’Reilly and Megyn Kelly left Fox last year, Hannity’s performance seems to have become a nightly staple on the conservative network.

Despite allegations of sexual harassment, she continued to support her husband. Rumors began to circulate in 2013 that Sean Hannity and other prominent Fox commentators had sexually assaulted female employees.

Roger Ailes, the president of Fox News, and Bill O’Reilly, a commentator, departed the network last year after sexual harassment allegations surfaced.

Debbie Schlussel, a conservative writer, accused Hannity of inviting her to his hotel room and blacklisting her from the cable network after declining.

Relationship, Wife, and Affairs

Sean Hannity is a conservative talk show host. In 1993, Hannity married Jill Rhodes, and The pair declared in June 2020 that they had divorced the previous year but had been apart for years. Since then, Hannity has started dating Ainsley Earhardt, a coworker.

Sean Hannity wife Jill Rhodes
Sean Hannity’s wife, Jill Rhodes

Vanity Fair reports that despite their employees’ notice of their affair, the two haven’t declared their relationship and have been keeping it under wraps.

Sean and Jill are dedicated to collaborating for their children’s best interests. They reached a peace deal and continue to be close as parents to their kids.

Sean Hannity’s Children

With his ex-wife, Rhodes, he has two children: a son, Sean Patrick, and Merri Kelly’s daughter. Patrick was born in 1988, and his daughter Merri was born in 2001.

Physical Appearance

Sean stands at an average height of 1.82 m and weighs a healthy amount. If his images are anything to go by, he appears to be quite tall in his surroundings. However, his exact height and other bodily parameters are still unavailable.

Net Worth

Hannity has amassed a large fortune. He has amassed a net worth of approximately $250 million from his long career.

His primary source of wealth has been his gains from his contributions to the world of news and political concerns, for which he received a salary of almost 29 million dollars per year, according to the source.

He is a great talk show host who has worked hard to acquire his current level of popularity. He is well-liked for his strong political opinions and hosting abilities. He and his wife are living in New York with their two children.

Sean Hannity awards net worth

Awards and Achievement

Sean Hannity is one of the most divisive figures in the journalism industry. He has been nominated for various awards and has a long record of accomplishments.

The most significant achievement is receiving the prize for Network and Syndicated Personality of the Year. He also won the national talk show host of the year award.

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