John Stossel FOX Bio, Age, Wiki, Books, Wife, Height and Net worth

John Stossel Profile

John Stossel is an American Emmy award-winning television presenter, author, consumer journalist, political activist, and pundit, working for FOX Business in the capacity of a host. He was previously working at ABC as a Host.

John Stossel
John Stossel

John Stossel Fox News

Stossel works as a host at FOX News. This followed after he left ABC News where he had the same role to work for FOX News Channel and FOX Business News. This news was announced in September 2009. He conveyed a weekly program with a duration of one hour for FOX Business Network and also some one-hour specials for FOX News Channel. He also appears every week on The O’Reilly Factor, which is a show that airs every Tuesday on FOX News Channel. In addition to that, he has appeared on various occasions as a guest on other FOX News Shows.

The inaugural episode of Stossel’s show debuted on the Fox Business Network on December 10, 2009. This program addressed a wide range of subjects, including the business of health care, free trade, and civil rights. It concentrated on themes pertaining to free-market capitalism, individual liberty, and limited government. The final episode of the season premiered on December 16, 2016.

At his age, Stossel continued, he wants to support the development of a new generation of journalists who share his views, which is why he will keep making guest appearances on Fox programs and helping to create content for Reason TV. A retrospective showcasing significant events from the show’s seven-year run was included in the final episode. You can follow his blog, Stossel’s Take, on FoxBusiness.com and FoxNews.com.

John Stossel Age

On March 6, 1947, in Chicago Heights, Illinois, Stossel was born. He is 76 years of age as of 2023.

John Stossel Family

Stossel was born in the Illinois community of Chicago Heights. His parents were Jews who emigrated from Germany prior to Hitler’s rise to power; he is the youngest of their two children. He was a native of Germany. Growing up, Stossel was raised Protestant, and upon moving to the US, they became members of a Congregationalist church. He was raised in Chicago’s upscale North Shore neighborhood.

John Stossel Height

He stands at an average height of  5ft 10in.

John Stossel Wife

Stossel is happily married to Ellen Abrams, and together they have two children; Lauren and Max. The family lives in New York City.

John Stossel Education

He completed his education at New Trier High School. It is located close to the place where he was raised. As the “superstar of the family,” Stossel describes his older brother, Tom, saying that while he was playing poker, and out having fun Tom was working hard in school, receiving high grades, and applying to Harvard Medical School.

Stossel says he daydreamed through half of his Princeton classes and that his drive and conviction that graduate school was the ideal path for a twenty-one-year-old who wanted to grow in life drove him to apply. He admits that he had difficulties in his undergraduate studies. He says he was an indifferent student.

Stossel was tired from his studies and felt that getting a job would give him a new purpose and motivation to return to his graduate studies. Even though he has already been admitted to the University of Chicago’s School of Hospital Management.

John Stossel Wrestling

Wrestling fans applauded as David Schultz struck Stossel. The reality of the professional wrestling world is that it’s a demanding field with genuine competitive encounters. Risk is included in the choices. Many suffer from minor to major injuries.

This is precisely the argument Schultz was putting out. Wrestling is a sport because it involves physical contact. Stossel found this out the hard way after asserting that wasn’t the case. Conversely, Schultz behaved illegally. Stossel’s legal action was entirely appropriate. Clearly, the $4250,000 award was too high.

John Stossel Religion

Stossel refers to himself as agnostic during an episode of Stossel on 16th December 2010. He explained why he didn’t believe in God but was also open to the fact that he might exist.

John Stossel Show

He hosts a talk show every week called Stossel. The show entails Modern consumer issues from a democratic view.

John Stossel Electric Cars

Physicist Mark Mills of the Manhattan Institute was reported by Stossel as saying, “Electric cars are amazing. The amount of oil used or carbon dioxide emissions, however, won’t significantly alter in the near future.

John Stossel Books

  1. Give Me a Break: How I Exposed Hucksters, Cheats, and Scam Artists and Became the Scourge of the Liberal Media… (Paperback ed.). Harper Paperbacks. 2005. ISBN 978-0-06-052915-4.
  2. Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity: Get Out the Shovel – Why Everything You Know is Wrong (Paperback ed.). Hyperion. 2007. ISBN 978-0-7868-9393-5.
  3. No, They Can’t: Why Government Fails – But Individuals Succeed. Threshold Editions. 2012. ISBN 1451640943.

John Stossel Salary

Stossel’s annual salary falls somewhere in the range of $70,000 and $90,000 on average.

John Stossel Net Worth

It is estimated that Stossel’s net worth falls somewhere in the range of $700,000 to $5 million. His primary source of financial support comes from his work as a television personality.