American talk show host, Hugh Hewitt tied the knot with his wife Betsy Hewitt in the year 1982. The couple has been married for more than 34 years. There is no news about the divorce of Hewitt and his wife, Betsy. Relation of Hugh and Betsy is built on trust and mutual understanding because of which the couple is able to maintain their marital relation for so long. There are no chances left by Hewitt couple of divorce.
There is no news about Hewitt couple’s children so the couple does not have any children. Even if the couple does not have children, Hewitt is not heard to be marrying second wife to get a child and does not have any extra marital affairs. It shows that there is perfect love between the couple.
Hewitt is a Roman Catholic who follows The Republican Party.
Hewitt is not only a talk show host but he is also a lawyer, academic and author. Hewitt is the law professor at Chapman University school of Law. He currently teaches constitutional law there. As a professor, Hewitt founded and continued to guide the legal scholarship of the Nexus journal of Law and Policy.
After graduation, Hewitt started working as a ghostwriter for Richard Nixon in California and New York. After Hewitt received his degree in 1983, he moved to Washington D.C. to clerk for judges Roger Rob and George MacKinnon on the U.S. Courts of Appeal for the District of Columbia Circuit in 1983-84.
Hewitt began to work on air in the late 1990s. Hewitt began a weekend radio talk show for the Los Angeles radio station KFI, where he broadcasted from late 1990 to 1995. From the spring of 1992 to 2001, he began co-hosting L.A. PBS member station KCET’s nightly news and public affairs program, Life and Times. And he received three Emmys for his work in Life and Times. In 2001, Hewitt started broadcasting his own radio show on afternoons.
As Hewitt is engaged in multiple fields, his net worth is estimated to be at millions of dollars.
He has been working on air in his own show The Hugh Hewitt Show which is broadcasted from California from 6 to 9 pm ET on weekdays and is broadcasted on other 70 radio stations.
The podcasts of his talk shows are also found on internet which is being downloaded in large numbers. Some of his famous books include The Queen, The Happiest Life, The Brief against Obama, etc.
Hewitt also donated $2,300 to Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign in 2008, as well as many other republican candidates over the years.
Hewitt at his 60 years of age has achieved success in multiple fields and we do wish for his more success.