What is Sean Hannity’s net worth?

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FOX News anchor Sean Hannity is a conservative political commentator from New York.

Hannity is the host of The Sean Hannity Show, and also hosts a cable news show Hannity on Fox News.

Sean Hannity

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Sean HannityCredit: Getty

What is Sean Hannity's net worth?

Hannity's net worth is estimated at $250million according to Wealthy Gorilla.

He got his break in 1996 when he was hired by Roger Ailes, the co-founder of Fox News to co-host a show with Alan Colmes. Shortly after, talk show Hannity & Colmes aired.

His radio talk show Sean Hannity Show’ syndicated nation wide in September 2001 to over 500 stations.

His Fox show Hannity's America ran from 2007-2009 before it was simply renamed Hannity. He interviews guests and provides his own political commentary on the hugely popular show.

Did Sean Hannity vape live on air?

On March 19 Hannity was caught puffing away on a vape oblivious to the fact that his show was back live on the air.

The prime-time political commentator was caught off guard as the show, Hannity, came back from a commercial. 

During the hilarious gaffe, Hannity can be seen staring down, apparently reading something, with his glasses skew-whiff as he puffed away on his vape before letting out a plume of mist.  

For several seconds he seems to be aware, before quickly tossing his vape and looking around in an anxious way. 

Hannity was caught vaping on air

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Hannity was caught vaping on airCredit: Fox News

Realizing his blunder, he finally offered up an "uh-oh".

As Hannity handed over to Laura Ingraham, she posed with a water glass in her hand, jokingly prodding her colleague. 

She said: "Oh wait, am I on camera right now?

"It happens to the best of us, Hannity" she continued. "I mean, those little moments are cute. Those are in the forever reel of the real Hannity. We wanna know you!" 

"Enjoy it, everybody, at my expense," Hannity said before signing off. 

His co-host Laura Ingraham teased him about the blunder

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His co-host Laura Ingraham teased him about the blunderCredit: Fox News

Will Sean Hannity replace Rush Limbaugh?

In February 2020, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh announced he was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer.

It's widely believed that Limbaugh's lung cancer diagnosis was correlated with his history of smoking, however, the radio host never confirmed those claims.

He passed away on February 17, 2021.

Limbaugh used his radio show to attack liberals, Democrats, feminists, environmentalists and others.

Rush Limbaugh

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Rush LimbaughCredit: AP

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However, now that the radio giant has passed away - iHeartMedia - the Texas-based radio conglomerate run by a chief executive in New York, Bob Pittman, controls the fate of The Rush Limbaugh Show. 

It's unclear if Hannity will step into Limbaugh's role, but for now, guest hosts such as Mark Steyn, Todd Herman and Ken Matthews, who helped fill in while Limbaugh underwent cancer treatment over the past year, will help guide the show from segment to segment, the network said.

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