Harvey Levin was born on 2 September 1950, in Los Angeles, California USA, which means that he is 68 years old, his zodiac sign is Virgo, and his nationality is American. Harvey is best known as a TV personality who appeared in “Fox and Friends”, “Objectified” and “TMZ Live”, and as the producer of projects such as “The People’s Court”, “TMZ on TV” and “The People’s Court”.
So just how rich is Harvey Levin as of early 2019? According to authoritative sources, Levin has a net worth of over $15 million, accumulated from his career in production and as a TV personality. He hasn’t disclosed any information regarding his assets, such as houses and vehicles, but working steadily, he is able to support himself and be financially stable.
Relationship Status and Partner. Is Harvey Levin Gay?
In 2010, Harvey openly came out as gay, and in the following period spoke about his fear of losing his career if someone found out about his sexual orientation. Harvey’s story was inspirational to many, and he was named one of the most influential voices in LGBT America by Out Magazine. When it comes to his love life, Harvey is in a relationship with Andy Mauer, a Californian chiropractor, and the couple seems to be living a prosperous life together.
Ethnicity, Background and Family
When it comes to Harvey’s ethnicity, he is Caucasian and has gray hair and brown eyes. Judging from the photos available on the internet, Levin has a fit figure and always looks well put together at events he attends, as well as on TV. He was born into a family of Jewish ancestry, and was a student of the Grover Cleveland High School, located in Reseda, Los Angeles, matriculating in 1968 with honors. Harvey then enrolled into the University of California, in Santa Barbara, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in political science in 1972, and followed by studying at the University of Chicago Law School from where he obtained his JD in 1975.
Being in the entertainment field, Harvey is naturally active on social media, such as Twitter, where he is followed by 646,000 people. Some of his latest tweets include a post in which he wrote about renowned rapper Tyga allegedly ripping off a songwriter for his song “Swipe Meet”. He also recently posted a tweet about a fight between “90 Day Fiance” participants, Larissa and Colt. Besides that, he posted a tweet with the caption reading “PABLO ESCOBAR’S BROTHER WE RAISED $10M TO IMPEACH TRUMP … Before GoFundMe Axed Us!”. In addition to that, Levin often helps charities, and shared a post reading “Eden’s wish has made its way to TMZ. Help spread the word! http://tmz.me/jjpTNjL #EdensUnicornWish @fox5dc”. His followers also talk about him a lot, and one fan post a photo of them, stating how excited he was to meet him.
Prior to rising to fame as a TV producer and TV personality, Levin worked as an attorney from December 1975 until 1996, and also taught at the University of Miami School of Law, and at the Whittier College School of Law. In 1978, he caught the attention of the media with the debate surrounding California Proposition 13 on tax reform, and participated in several debates.
Levin then began writing for the Los Angeles Times, spending seven years contributing to that newspaper, and participated in a legal radio show,under the nickname Doctor Law. In 1982, Harvey began working for KNBC-TV, ultimately spending a decade there, notable for his investigative reporting, most importantly covering the O.J. Simpson murder case.
Work in Production
Levin made his debut as a producer in 2001 with four episodes of “The People’s Court”, and followed by working on projects such as “Celebrity Justice”, producing its 52 episodes. As of 2007, Harvey worked on “TMZ on TV”, and in addition to being its producer, he also hosted more than 1,400 of its episodes, gaining more exposure and fame in the media. In 2008, Levin produced 17 episodes of “Rock & A Hard Place” and in the following year served as the executive producer of “Beyond Twisted”. When it comes to his latest projects, Harvey has been involved in “TMZ Live” and “Raq Rants”.
Donald Trump Controversy and Interesting Facts
Levin was good friends with Donald Trump, despite their beliefs being very different, and many of his employees at TMZ were shocked by this. However, their friendship fell through after Trump decided to ban transgender people from military. Speaking about the transitions in his career, Levin said that he suddenly got into investigative reporting and wanted to do that for a long time. In the ‘90s, he spent a lot of time in Los Angeles, where he got to do TV production, and work on “The People’s Court”.