Sean Hannity Net Worth: Sean Hannity is an American television host, populist, author, and conservative political commentator who has a net worth of $80 million dollars. Born Sean Patrick Hannity on December 30, 1961, in New York City, NY, US, he is known nationwide as the host of the talk radio show The Sean Hannity Show. In addition, he hosts Hannity on Fox News Channel, and he is the author of three bestselling books that highlight his conservative political viewpoint. To reach this stage of his career, Hannity has been long honing his hosting and interview skills on both radio and television. Nowadays, millions across the country listen to his radio show, in addition to the millions who watch his prime time TV show, each weekday. It was back in 1989 that Hannity started his radio career at college station KCSB in Santa Barbara, California. However, it didn't take long for him to land some more serious professional engagements. In three years, he has risen from that college station to WVNN in the Huntsville, Alabama, market to WGST in Atlanta. In 1996, Hannity was hired by the Fox News Channel as a co-host of Hannity & Colmes, which featured the more liberal Alan Colmes as a counterpoint to Hannity's conservatism. Next, he took his radio show to WABC in New York City, building further his radio brand as the program began to be syndicated to stations across the country. On TV, Hannity & Colmes was renamed Hannity with Hannity as the sole host following Colmes leaving the program. In his hosting career, Sean Hannity has been honored with two Marconi Awards from the National Association of Broadcasters and has repeatedly won Radio and Records awards for National Talk Show Host of the Year. When it comes to his private life, he is married with two children.
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Writer, Author, Presenter, Radio personality, Commentator, Actor
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5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)
Sean Patrick Hannity
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