Who is S.E. Cupp?
S.E. Cupp is an American broadcast journalist, television host, and political commentator. She serves as the host of a political panel show titled ‘S.E Cupp Unfiltered’ which airs every Saturday on CNN.
S.E. Cupp Real Name
You may wonder why the CNN journalist has names abbreviated like big companies. Her birth name is Sarah Elizabeth Cupp.
Cupp holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in art history from Cornell University. She also received a Master of Arts degree from New York University with a concentration in religious studies.
S.E. Cupp Age
Cupp is 43 years old as of 2022. She was born on February 23, 1979, in Oceanside, California, USA.
S.E. Cupp Height
Cupp stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches.
S.E. Cupp Religion
Cupp has been an atheist for more than twenty years, but she has frequently stated that she is open to theism. She once said in a C-SPAN interview that she genuinely hopes to be a person of faith one day.
Despite being an atheist herself, she stated on The Cycle on July 5, 2012, that she would never vote for an atheist president. When asked for an explanation, she stated that she believed a president shouldn’t merely speak for 10 to 15 percent of the American people and that faith acted as a “check” on the presidential power.
S.E. Cupp Husband & Wedding
Cupp is married to John Goodwin. The couple welcomed their son, John Davies Goodwin III in December 2014. Her husband works as the Head of Communications for The Weather Channel.
The CNN political commentator and her husband started dating in 2011. Their love blossomed and the couple got engaged in September 2012. Cupp and her husband held their wedding in November 2013, The couple will celebrate their 10-year anniversary in November 2023.
S.E. Cupp Salary and Net Worth
Cupp earns an average salary of $162,728. She works as a television host, and political commentator at CNN. Her net worth is estimated to be around $5 million.
S.E. Cupp CNN
After graduating from Cornell University, Cupp worked for a public relations firm and an online publication. She also contributed to Politico.com’s The Arena and has previously been frequently on CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC, the three cable news networks.
She started presenting The Cycle on MSNBC on June 25, 2012, along with senior Salon political writer Steve Kornacki, pop culture critic Touré, and political strategist Krystal Ball.
On June 26, 2013, CNN revealed that Cupp would participate in a new season of Crossfire, which would feature panelists Van Jones, Stephanie Cutter, and Newt Gingrich. As a result, she stopped appearing on MSNBC and The Cycle and her final appearance was on June 27, 2013.
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S.E. Cupp Political Affiliation
Cupp describes herself as a mainstream conservative. She did, however, declare that she would vote for Joe Biden in the 2020 US presidential election on August 20.
Aside from that, Cupp is a Log Cabin Republican (LCR).LCR is a group that supports LGBT+ Americans’ equal rights within the Republican Party. According to her, the Republican Party ought to endorse gay marriage.
S.E. Cupp Weight Gain
Cupp trained in ballet from the age of six till her late teens. She struggled with eating disorders while at ballet school and had a setback in her college years. She acknowledged being “impressionable” and “insecure,” and said that her fears about being too fat overshadowed her adolescent years.
The CNN journalist claims to have control over her eating problems now that she is more mature and wiser. Despite how challenging being on TV might be, she resists giving in to her old cravings. Thus she stops doing “frenzied workouts” and decides to be overweight rather than underweight.