Buck Sexton Biography
Buck Sexton (James Buckman Sexton), is a conservative political pundit, author, and host of talk shows on American radio and television. In addition to hosting Hold the Line, a weekday show on The First TV, he co-hosts The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show, a nationally syndicated talk radio show with Clay Travis.
Buck Sexton Age
In 2024, Sexton will be 43 years old. He was born in the United States on December 28, 1981.
Buck Sexton Height and Weight
Sexton is 1.97 meters (5 feet 11 inches) tall and 74 kg in weight.
Buck Sexton Family
James Buckman Sexton was born in New York City to parents Mason Speed Sexton and Jane Buckman Hickey. His mother performed ballet professionally and was employed by the American Ballet Theatre. He grew up with his three siblings: Daisy Sexton, a sister, and Mason Speed Sexton Jr. and Keats Sexton, two brothers.
Sexton completed his elementary schooling at St. David’s School. Then, he enrolled in New York City’s Jesuit-run elite university preparatory school, Regis High Institution. In Amherst, Massachusetts, he attended Amherst College following his graduation from elementary school. In 2004, Sexton completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science.
Buck Sexton Wife
Buck is wed to Molly, his devoted spouse. The couple does not currently have any children of their own.
Buck Sexton Wikipedia
Sexton is well-known in the conservative media. He gained popularity on the radio by participating in well-regarded talk shows such as Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, and Rush Limbaugh. As the co-host of TheBlaze TV’s Real News, where his perceptive commentary and astute analysis attracted attention from viewers worldwide, his influence grew even more.
This phase of his career ran from the beginning of the show in 2012 to its conclusion in 2014. His voice was also heard all throughout The Blaze Radio Network, where he hosted a popular daily radio program.
Before beginning his remarkable career in the media, Buck committed himself to serving his country as an intelligence officer in several dangerous places across the world, such as Iraq, Afghanistan, and other hotspots. As he provided intelligence briefings to senior US leaders like Vice President Dick Cheney and President George W. Bush, his knowledge and insights were crucial.
Buck’s dedication to the defense of the country included working with the Intelligence Division of the New York Police Department to support their counterterrorism and counter-radicalization initiatives.
At the moment, Buck co-hosts the well-liked conservative talk radio show The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show. He never fails to enthrall audiences with his keen sense of humor, insightful commentary, and lively debates on current sociopolitical topics alongside Clay Travis.
In 2014, Buck became a contributor for CNN. Then, on The Blaze Radio Network, he was the host of “The Buck Sexton Show,” a weekday radio program. The three-hour program examined current affairs with an emphasis on national security and politics in the United States. Sexton was appointed host of the syndicated radio program America Now by Premiere Networks in 2017. America Now was merely renamed in his honor in 2018.
Buck Sexton Health
Sexton has stated several times that he has celiac disease.
Buck Sexton Salary
Sexton’s profession as a journalist and radio personality brings her a salary of $500,000 each year. By 2023, his predicted net worth will be $1 million.