Mark Levin Bio, Age, Family, Career, Net Worth, Height, Activism and Show
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- What does Mark Levin do for a living?
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Who is Mark Levin?
Mark Levin is an American author, lawyer and radio personality. He hosts The Mark Levin Show which is a syndicated radio show as well as Life, Liberty & Levin on Fox News. Levin previously worked as chief of staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese during President Ronald Reagan’s administration.
Levin was also the former president of the Landmark Legal Foundation and New York Times best selling author of a total of seven books. In addition, he developed and contributes commentary to media outlets including National Review Online. Levin has also worked as the chief editor of the Conservative Review since 2015 which has made him known for his incendiary commentary. In fact, CNN, New York Times and Politico has described Levin as right-wing.
He is also known for criticizing Democrats and encouraging primary challenges to congressional Republicans whom he considers to be Republicans by name only. In the 2016 presidential primary, Levin endorsed Ted Cruz and then declared never to support Donald Trump. However, after Trump became president, he has delivered pro-Trump commentaries.
Mark Levin’s Career
Legal and Political Career
After completing law school, Levin went to work for Texas Instruments. Starting in 1981, Levin served in President Ronald Reagan’s administration. He started working at ACTION which was a federal agency that oversaw volunteer agencies including VISTA. Levin then moved to work at the U.S Department of Education as deputy assistant secretary for elementary and secondary education. Also, he served as deputy solicitor of the U.S Department of the Interior. Levin eventually became the chief of staff to Edwin Meese who was then-Attorney General. On leaving the administration of Reagan, he joined the private sector to practise law.
Levin later joined Landmark Legal Foundation in 1991 which is a public interest law firm. He became the director of legal policy as well as the Center for Civil Rights of the foundation which was based in Washington. In 1997, he became the president of the foundation. In 2000, the Landmark Legal Foundation filed a complaint claiming that the National Education Association which is the U.S’ largest teachers union did not reveal their spending on political activity. They filed the complaint with the Federal Election Commission. In addition, the foundation, under Levin’s presidency, filed similar complaints in 2002 with the United States Department of Labour concerning political activity and NEA.
In 2001, Levin received a Ronald Reagan Award from the America Conservative Union for his achievements at Landmark Legal Foundation. later In 2014, Politico made an announcement that Levin got a salary of over $300,000 annually as president of Landmark Legal which was a non-profit foundation. Later in 2018, he resigned from his position as president but retained a seat at the board of directors.
Levin started his career in radio broadcasting as a guest in conservative radio stations’ talk programs. He contributed to legal opinions on The Rush Limbaugh Show for many years. However, he started making more regular appearances after the development of the Monica Lewinsky Scandal. Levin then drew the attention of Sean Hannity who began to feature him in his radio show. Starting in 2002, Levin got a slot for his own radio show on WABC which initially aired on Sundays and eventually took the timeslot after Hannity’s show in 2003. In 2006, Cumulus Media Networks started syndicating the Mark Levin Show across the nation.
Levin has taken part in Freedom Concerts which is a benefit concert to help families of fallen soldiers held annually. In addition, he uses his radio show to promote helping such families. He has also participated in Move Forward America that is a charity that is involved in sending care packages to soldiers overseas. Levin also signed a contract that was to last for 10 years with Westwood One that will take the Mark Levin Show through 2025 which will be its 19th year on February 11, 2016. Levin joined the National Radio Hall of Fame on November 16, 2018.
From 2014, Levin has been Conservative Review’s founding editor in chief which is an online multi-platform network. However, the network later merged with TheBlaze which was Glenn Beck’s terrestrial network to form Blaze Media in 2018. Fox News announced in November 2017 that it signed Levin for Life, Liberty & Levin, a weekend show that would air on Sunday nights starting February 2018.
How Old is Mark Levin?
Levin was born on September 21, 1957, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is currently 63 years old.
Mark Levin’s Family
Who are Mark Levin’s parents?
Levin was born to Jack E. Levin who passed away in 2018 and Norma Levin.
Does Mark Levin have siblings?
Levin has two brothers one of whom is named Dough Levin.
Mark Levin’s Education
Levin attended Cheltenham High School and graduated in 1974. He skipped his senior year of high school and enrolled at Temple University Ambler after which he graduated Magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Political science in 1977 at the age of 19. Levin then earned a J.D in 1980 from the Temple University School of Law.
Mark Levin’s wife
Levin married Julie Prince with whom they have two children. Levin previously married Kendall Levin but they separated.
Mark Levin’s Children – Kids
Levin has two kids named Chase Levin and Lauren Levin.
Mark Levin’s Net Worth
Levin’s net worth is currently estimated at $6 million.
Levin is 1.84 m tall and weighs about 185 pounds.