Harvey Levin is a famous American lawyer, legal analyst, actor, reporter, screenwriter, television producer, editor, and journalist. He is well-known as founder and managing editor of TMZ.com, the world-famous celebrity gossiping website. Harvey Levin hosted and produced the TMZ television series. Currently, Harvey Levin hosts ‘Objectified’ on Fox News Channel. Continue reading to find the net worth of Harvey Levin as of 2019.
Early Life & Biography:
Harvey Levin was born as Harvey Robert Levin on 2nd September 1950 in Los Angeles, California, the USA, to a Jewish family. In 1968, Harvey Levin graduated with honors from Grover Cleveland High School, Reseda in Los Angeles. In 1972, Harvey graduated with a BA in political science from University of California, Santa Barbara. In 1975, Harvey Levin got his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Chicago Law School.
Harvey Levin and Andy Mauer, a chiropractor of Southern California, are publicly known to be partners. Together, they own several properties and joint ventures since the 1990s.
Career, Awards & Nominations:
Harvey Levin practiced law in California from 18th December 1975 to 1st January 1996. Around the 70s, Harvey was a law professor at University of Miami School of Law and the Whittier College School of Law. In 1978, his debate on the Proposition 13 of California famed him resulting him to air legal advice on radio shows as ‘Doctor Law.’ Also, Harvey worked as a journalist for the Los Angeles Times for seven years.
Harvey Levin first appeared as a legal analyst covering legal trials for television series for KNBC-TV, Los Angeles (1982-1992). He became famous after covering the dishonored murder case of O. J. Simpson.
Harvey Levin earned most of the wealth from his legal roles in the entertainment industry. In 1998, Harvey Levin neutralized his California Bar License and moved to New York. There, he appeared as the legal analyst and host of ‘The People’s Court,’ television series from 1998. Harvey Levin’s appearance in ‘The People’s Court’ helped him win the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program (2015). Earlier, in 1985, Harvey Levin had written and published his book, ‘The People’s Court: How to Tell it to the Judge.’
Between 2002 and 2005, Harvey Levin established and served as the executive producer of ‘Celebrity Justice.’ Around November 2008, Harvey Levin founded and served as the managing editor of ‘TMZ.com,’ the celebrity gossiping site. Later, TMZ.com expanded and became the world’s largest website. Harvey Levin hosted and produced the TMZ television series that ran for 1,400 episodes between 2007 and 2010. TMZ shows made Harvey Levin famous in the entertainment business.
Harvey Levin established and served as executive producer of ‘Rock & A Hard Place’ since 2008. Around 2017, Harvey Levin commenced hosting ‘Objectified,’ the television series for News Channel for Fox.
Harvey Levin has made a name for himself as an actor appearing in movies namely ‘Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!’ and ‘Volcano.’ Also, Harvey Levin has enacted in many episodes of television series including ‘Empire,’ ‘Family Guy,’ ‘JAG,’ and ‘The Sopranos.’
Net Worth & Earnings:
The net worth of Harvey Levin is $17 Million. Most of Harvey Levin’s income comes from his profession as an American lawyer, legal analyst, celebrity reporter and television producer. His own established celebrity gossip website, TMZ.com, helped him earn this net worth. Around 2013, Harvey Levin’s house in West Hollywood was evaluated to be worth around $5,300,000.
Harvey Levin hosts ‘Objectified’ on News Channel of Fox since November 2016 when the first episode was broadcast. Harvey Levin had interviewed Donald Trump before the American Presidential election. Since September 2017, Fox News television series is broadcast on every Sunday at 8:00 pm (Eastern Time) with Harvey Levin as the host.