Is Harvey Levin Married? His Wife, Partner, Gay, Family, Height and Net worth

Is Harvey Levin married? No, he isn’t. Regarding his sexual orientation, Levin is openly gay and is in a relationship with his partner named Dr. Andy Mauer. He publicly confirmed his identification as gay in April 2010 while serving as the event speaker for the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association. He and his boyfriend Mauer has been dating for a long time and is the owner of several properties together. Both of them are loyal to each other and are supporting their professional life. However, the duo has not revealed the date of their wedding but might be thinking about it. Let’s explore in detail about Levin’s biography below:


Who is Harvey Levin?

Harvey Levin is an American television personality, celebrity reporter, producer, lawyer and legal analyst. He is popular for being the founder of celebrity news website TMZ. He regularly appears n the Fox News Channel as the host for the show entitled OBJECTified. He is satisfied with his achievements in the successful career journey during which Levin has won nine Emmys for his broadcast work.


Early Life and Education

The American television producer was born as Harvey Robert Levin on September 2, 1950, which makes his age be 70 years old as of 2020. His place of birth is in Los Angeles County, California, the United States of America. He was born and raised in a Jewish family and is of white ethnic background.

Regarding his education and academic achievements, Levin attended Grover Cleveland High School from where he completed his high school graduation with honors in 1968. For his further education, Levin went to the University of California, Santa Barbara where he studied political science and completed his B.A. degree in 1972. He accomplished graduation with a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School in 1975.


Career and Professional Life

From December 18, 1975, to January 1, 1996, Levin contributed as an active attorney in the state of California. Earlier, he used to teach at the University of Miami School of Law in the mid-’70s. Later, he worked at the Whittier College School of Law.

In 1978, Levin was the center of attraction because of his amazing public debate performances surrounding California Proposition 13. Soon, he turned as the legal advice on a radio show where he became popular by the name “Doctor Law.” Soon, he started serving Los Angeles Times by as a columnist for which he contributed for seven years.

In 1962, Levin initiated his television career by joining KNBC-TV based in Los Angeles. He used to cover various legal issues. Later, he was employed by KCBS-TV where he presented and served the investigative reporting and legal analysis at the station for about a decade. He was the center of attraction for covering the O. J. Simpson murder case during which Levin used to appear in the camera very often.


Levin also contributed to the American arbitration-based reality court show named The People’s Court. His legal analysis capabilities made every of the crew members impressed. He became the co-executive producer of the show in March 2007. He has served the show for around 25 years of his professional life. He was focused on the entertainment and television career and therefore he deactivated his bar registration in the year 1996. In 2002, he produced a news show/nontraditional court show named Celebrity Justice which started its telecast from 2002 to 2005.

Levin launched TMZ which is a tabloid news website with AOL and Telepictures Productions on November 8, 2005. Levin was the managing editor for the site. The website made quick progress by covering the stories of Mel Gibson’s DUI arrest. It started by presenting the stories of high-profile celebrities including Chris Brown abuse to Rihanna. The coverage of Michael Jackson’s death by TMZ was named as its biggest story that the website has covered by the Los Angeles Times. On March 7, 2017, political analyst Levin met with American President Donald Trump in the Oval Office. They talked for about half an hour.

As an author, Harvey Levin authored a book entitled “The People’s Court: How to Tell It to the Judge” published in 1985. The book provides reviews and commentary on different cases that were presented during the television program The People’s Court.


Personal Life

Moving to his personal life, Harvey is not married yet and has no biological children to expand his family. In April 2000, he revealed his sexual orientation of being gay. As of now, he is in the relationship with Dr. Andy Mauer who is a Southern California chiropractor. Besides him, no information about Levin’s other affairs and the relationship has been traced.


Body Measurements

The reason behind a massive fan following of American producer is his impressive personality I addition to his other traits. Harvey Levin stands at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches (1.7 m). He has an average build body structure and appears in black colored hair and brown eyes. Analyzing his fitness level, Levin must be under a dietician and physical trainer’s instructions.


Salary and Net worth

It’s been multiple decades of Harvey’s contribution to the industry. Harvey Levin has a net worth of 15 million USD which includes a 4 million worth of house sale in Hollywood Hills West which was listed in the sale. This massive remuneration, returns from his investment and earnings from his other ventures have contributed to Levin’s net worth.


Wiki and Facts

One of the interesting facts about Harvey is that he often appears carrying a coffee mug in front of the camera. One can find the American analyst’s biography prepared by various wiki sites including IMDb and Wikipedia. He is also active on social media, mostly on his Twitter profile which is reachable @HarveyLevinTMZ where he has amassed over 650,000 followers. Join him on Facebook @TMZHarveyLevin. Harvey Levin has not provided his email address online.

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