Steve Hilton (Fox News) Net Worth, Salary, Age, Wife, Height, and Family
Who is Steve Hilton?
Steve Hilton is a British political commentator and former political adviser. He has hosted a weekly current affairs show called The Next Revolution on Fox News. Hilton has also worked as the director of strategy for the British Prime Minister David Cameron from 2010 to 2012. He was a Crowdpac co-founder, but resigned as CEO in 2018 owing to ideological differences with the company.
Steve Hilton Age, Birthday
Hilton is 52 years old as of 2021. He was born on August 25, 1969, in Barnet, London, England. He celebrates his birthday on August 25th every year.
Steve Hilton Height and Weight
Hilton stands at an average height of 5 feet 9 inches.
Steve Hilton Education
Hilton graduated after studying at New College of Oxford University. He is also an alumni of Christ’s Hospital School in Horsham.
Steve Hilton Family
Hilton was born to his Hungarian parents in London, Britain. His father István Hircsák, was an ice hockey and field hockey player.
Hilton was was brought up by his mother after his parents divorced when he was five years old.
There is no information about his childhood or siblings. This section shall be updated soon.
Steve Hilton Wife, Children
Hilton is married to his wife, Rachel Whestone. In their marriage, Hilton and his wife were godparents to David Cameron’s son, Ivan, who died at the age of six. Hilton and Rachel married in 2008. Rachel is a former political secretary to Michael Howard. She has also worked previously at Google as head of communications.
Steve Hilton Salary and Net worth
Hilton earns an estimated salary of about $250,000 and a total net worth of $5 million.
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- Age: 40 years
- Birthday: February 7
- Height: 5 feet 9 inches
- Nationality: American
- Wife: Sarah
- Occupation: Journalist
- Salary: $250 k
- Net Worth: $5 million
Steve Hilton Fox News
Hilton joined Fox News in 2016 as a writer. In a Fox News column published in November 2016, Hilton declared his support for Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton in the presidential election.
Hilton has hosted the weekly Fox News show The Next Revolution since 2017. He was blasted for failing to respond to his guest Ann Coulter when she falsely claimed that a recording of migrant children crying after being separated from their parents by the Trump administration was staged.
In March 2019, Hilton said that CNN, MSNBC, former CIA Director John Brennan, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, and Democratic congress members Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell were “true agents of Putin” for “dividing” the US over Trump’s supposed ties with Russia.