Sean Patrick Hannity Net WorthReal Name: Sean Patrick Hannity
Date of Birth: 12/30/1961
Place of Birth: New York City, New York
2017 Net Worth: $60 Million
2016 Earnings: $30 Million
Profession: Radio/Television host, author, political commentator
Sean Hannity Biography
Sean Hannity was born in New York City in December of 1961. He grew up in the Franklin Square, New York, area and attended St. Pius X Preparatory Seminary high school. Hannity dropped out of both Adelphi and New York University. Hannity began his career hosting a radio talk show in 1989. Later, he was hired by KSCB, then finally by radio station WVNN.
It wasn’t until 1992, when he joined WGST, that he gained popularity. He has changed radio stations many times, but reached true fame in his television show “Hannity and Colmes”, hosted by the Fox News Channel. This show became so successful that in 2001, the show was changed to simply The Sean Hannity Show, which has become an icon in conservative television and radio shows. The Sean Hannity Show began national syndication in 2001 on over 500 stations nationwide. In the summer of 2008, Hannity signed a $100 million, 5 year contract and as of October of 2013, Hannity’s program is heard by more than 13 million listeners every week. Hannity joined Premiere Networks in 2013 and is currently on year 18 of his 20 year contract with Fox News, where he is host of one of the most highly rated talk shows on cable news network.
Hannity is also a popular author, with 3 New York Times Bestselling books under his belt. He is well paid on the speaking circuit as well. He has received many awards for his work including 2 Marconi Awards, the Network Syndicated Personality of the Year award from the National Association of Broadcasters, as well as being ranked #2 in the “100 Most Important Radio Talk Show Hosts” list that was printed in Talkers Magazine in 2009. Hannity lives in New York with his wife. He has a current net worth of $60 million, which is sure to increase in the coming years as his popularity continues to rise.