Ben Shapiro Net Worth, Wiki, Bio, Business Endeavors

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This Wiki-style bio will cover Ben Shapiro, and his background, political activity, and net worth, among other things.


Who Is Ben Shapiro?

Ben Shapiro is an American political commentator, writer, editor, attorney, media legal consultant, and a podcast host. Shapiro is of Jewish descent and is the brother of lifestyle blogger and conservative commentator Ally Roth (nee Shapiro).

Shapiro is known for his conservative political opinions. Among other things, Shapiro:

At the age of 17, Shapiro became the youngest nationally syndicated columnist in the United States. He also published two books by 21.


Ben Shapiro Bio And Background

Ben Shapiro was born on January 15, 1984.

According to Zman Magazine, Ben Shapiro showed extraordinary intellectual abilities early in his childhood. Zman Magazine writes that he skipped from second grade to fourth because he was doing English on a fourth-grade level and math on a fifth-grade level.

At the age of six, Shapiro also began writing his first attempts at novels.

For his fifth and sixth grades, Shapiro studied at Maimonides Hebrew Academy, where the pace of studying was again slow for him. As a result, Shapiro’s parents soon enrolled him in a public school program for highly gifted children. There, he completed his seventh and eighth grades.

Shapiro skipped ninth grade, began high school as a sophomore, and enrolled in Yeshiva University of Los Angeles (YULA), a private Orthodox Jewish school. After YULA, Shapiro enrolled in University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) where he studied philosophy.

Zman Magazine writes that Shapiro cannot say when he first became interested in politics because “he cannot recall a time when he was not interested” in it. At the age of 12, when he was in the seventh grade, Shapiro wrote a political essay explaining why President Bill Clinton should be impeached.

According to Zman Magazine, Shapiro initially was politically right-inclined, like his parents. After seeing extreme anti-Semitic and anti-Israel attitudes on campus, Shapiro’s Zionist beliefs were reinforced.

Shapiro told Zman Magazine:

The first day on campus, I caught a glimpse of the student newspaper, the Daily Bruin, and saw an article that compared Arik Sharon to Adolph Eichmann. I thought to myself, ‘This is ridiculous.’ I went over to the offices of the Daily Bruin and demanded that I be allowed to write a counterpoint column against that article. They told me, ‘Ok.’

His article made a strong impression on the editors, which prompted them to ask him to write a weekly column for the student newspaper. Shapiro’s column became the most popular in the newspaper and brought him nationwide attention and praise.

After UCLA, Shapiro enrolled in Harvard Law School from where he graduated in 2007. As an attorney, Shapiro for some time practiced law at the Los Angeles office of Goodwin Procter LLP, served as an independent counsel for large media companies, and ran Benjamin Shapiro Legal Consulting in Los Angeles.

In 2012, Shapiro became editor-at-large at conservative news and commentary website Breitbart News. In 2016, he resigned from Breitbart in response to the alleged assault of Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields by the campaign manager of Donald Trump (video later exonerated the campaign manager). Shapiro and Fields said that the reason for their resignation was the inadequate handling of the situation by Breitbart.

Shapiro criticized the company’s management and stated that Steve Bannon (Breitbart’s chairman at the time) “is a bully, and has sold out Andrew’s [Andrew Breitbart, the founder of Breitbart] mission in order to back another bully, Donald Trump.”


Ben Shapiro’s The Daily Wire

In late 2015, Ben Shapiro co-founded media company The Daily Wire with political commentator and film director Jeremy Boreing.

The Daily Wire is a conservative website that publishes news and opinion pieces and runs several podcasts, including The Ben Shapiro Show.

Access to most information on the website – including The Ben Shapiro Show – is free. The Daily Wire reserves some of its content – such as discussions with writers and extra hours for the Ben Shapiro show – for paid users.

The Daily Wire is- as of the time of this writing- primarily monetized via ads from MGID.

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Ben Shapiro is also present on YouTube when he publishes episodes from his podcast and uploads opinion videos on various political developments and news.


Ben Shapiro’s Books

Ben Shapiro has authored a range of books that address the issues connected with “leftism.” His works have received widespread acclaim, and a number of them have become New York Times bestsellers.

Some of his most notable works are:


Ben Shapiro Net Worth

As with many YouTubers, much speculation exists online surrounding Ben Shapiro’s net worth, though there is little concrete information on the subject online.

The Daily Wire website states that the company became self-funding 14 months after its establishment and has ensured its growth from revenue ever since. According to Axios, The Daily Wire grossed $65 million in revenue in 2020.

It is likely Shapiro has made seven figures per year for many years at this point given the success of his books and radio show, but his exact net worth is unknown.


Online Presence And Publicity

Ben Shapiro is present on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

To find out more about Ben Shapiro’s activities, visit his social media profiles, YouTube channel, and The Daily Wire website.





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