Ellis Henican

Ellis Henican Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Book, FOX and Net Worth

Ellis Henican
Ellis Henican

Ellis Henican Biography

Ellis Henican is a columnist for the American newspaper Newsday and the New York radio station AM New York. In addition to that, he works for Fox News Channel as a political analyst. Ellis is the voice of the character “Stormy” on the Cartoon Network series Sealab 2021, in addition to hosting a weekend show that is nationally syndicated on Talk Radio Network. He is one of the authors of the book “The Party’s Over: How the Extreme Right Hijacked the GOP and I Became a Democrat,” which became a bestseller in The New York Times.

Ellis Henican Age

Ellis was born on October 9, 1958, in Virginia.  He is 64 years old.

Ellis Henican Family

Elis was born in Virginia, but he was raised in New Orleans, Louisiana because that is where his father, C. Ellis Henican, Jr. (1933-2015), a graduate of Tulane University Law School, practiced law for 57 years until his death at the age of 81. Elis was born in Virginia, but he was raised in Louisiana. Patricia McGraw was the woman who would later give birth to Henican. Peggy Henican Wilson, a Republican who served on the New Orleans City Council in the past, is his aunt. She is one of his aunts.

Ellis Henican Education

At Hampshire College, Ellis completed the requirements for a bachelor’s degree in political science. He attended the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where he was awarded the most prestigious student award, the Pulitzer Traveling Fellowship. He went on to get a master’s degree in journalism. It was at The Kentucky Post and the Albany (New York) Knickerbockers News where he got his start in journalism.

Ellis Henican Wife

Ellis and his wife Stephanie Carvin, who practices federal criminal defense law, make their home in the Tribeca section of Manhattan, but Ellis is always trying to find a reason to travel back to his hometown of New Orleans.

Ellis Henican Fox News

In recent years, Ellis has established a powerful presence on television and radio, making appearances on the majority of the major broadcast and cable networks. Since 1999, he has been making appearances on the Fox News Channel. He has been a guest on a variety of programs, including The O’Reilly Factor, Fox News Watch, and Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld, among others. Ellis was a contributor to the coverage of numerous big issues, including the 2008 presidential election, the Iraq war, and others.

Early in his career, Henican had the opportunity to work in television by co-hosting a weekly transit program on NY1, which is New York’s all-news channel. On the USA Network, his irreverent and weekly “Culture Clash” segments were a popular midday fixture. These segments took a look at television, movies, and emerging trends in popular culture.

The Ellis Henican Show

The Ellis Henican Show, Ellis’s weekend radio program, is distributed nationally by Talk Radio Network and may be heard on stations all over the United States. In addition, he has filled in as the host for shows that were hosted by Alan Colmes, Michael Savage, Bob Grant, and Jerry Doyle. In addition, he is a co-host of Henican & White, which airs on WOR in New York, and he has a weekend show on WBBR that focuses on news.

Ellis Henican Book

In 2010, Ellis and Sean Payton, head coach of the New Orleans Saints, published the book Home Team. Recounting the narrative of post-Katrina New Orleans and the Saints’ run to the Super Bowl championship in that same year, the book became a New York Times Best Seller. Ellis collaborated with NASCAR driver Michael Waltrip to write another best-selling book entitled “In the Blink of an Eye: Dale, Daytona, and the Day that Changed Everything.” This book was published in 2011 to mark the ten-year anniversary of NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt’s passing.

His work for Simon & Schuster includes a best-selling motivational business book as well as an insider’s account of the nation’s largest drug treatment program. Both of these books were published under a pen name. His writing has appeared in a number of national publications, such as The New Republic, Cosmopolitan, and Penthouse, among others.

Ellis was the author of the subway column for Newsday. He was a member of the Newsday staff in 1992 when they were awarded the Pulitzer Prize for spot reporting for their coverage of the New York City Subway train crash at 14th Street and Union Square.

Ellis Sealab 2021

On the popular show Sealab 2021, broadcast on Cartoon Network, Ellis supplied the voice for the character Derek “Stormy” Waters. On the DVD for the third season of Sealab 2021, there is a bonus feature called “Stormy Waters, Pundit,” which animates his political analysis with footage of Stormy Waters in and around Sealab. Ellis also provided his voice for the character of pundit Harper Ellis on the animated series Frisky Fido, which was produced by the same people who were responsible for Sealab 2021.

Ellis Henican Net Worth

His estimated net worth ranges between $500k – $1 million.





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