Eric Bolling is a household name in America. He is the host of FOX Business Channel's news program Cashin' In. He is also the co-host of Fox News Specialists. Eric is also an author who has published two books.
As the saying goes, behind every successful man is a woman. And similar to the statement, he is married to the beautiful Adrienne Bolling who has had a strong hand in the success of her husband. Learn more about the career, achievement and net worth of this television personality.
An Athlete Turned News Host Eric Bolling
What most people out there do not know about Eric Bolling is that his first choice in life as for profession was not hosting a news channel. Bolling was at a time a baseball player and was drafted by Pittsburgh Pirates in 1984. His dream to play professional baseball was cut short due to a torn rotator cuff injury.
For his BA degree, Bolling had majored in Economics and as his baseball career was cut short, he looked to invest his knowledge to a good use and became a commodities trader on the New York Mercantile Exchange where he became a strategic adviser to the board of directors. Bolling was involved in the development of CNBC's Fast Money as well.
Bolling joined Fox Business Network in 2007 leaving CNBC and worked as one of the network's financial analysts. He was the host of the business show Happy Hour which competed with Fast Money as both of them aired during the same time slot. Bolling later served as the co-host of The Five on the Fox News Channel.
On April 19, 2017, Bolling no longer hosted The Five on the Fox News Channel and instead began hosting Fox News Specialists. The new show aired at 5 p.m which was the original air time of The Five. The Five is currently being hosted by Jesse Watters, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Greg Gutfeld, Dana Perino and Juan Williams
Bolling did not host the news show for long as he was reported to have sent unsolicited lewd photographs and text messages to three female colleagues several years previously which came to surface on 5 August 2017. Fox launched an independent investigation to get into the heart of the matter. The following month Fox Channel mutually agreed to part ways with Bolling.
— Eric Bolling (@ericbolling) July 1, 2016
Aside from his work in the Fox News Channel, Bolling is also an author who has released two books. His first book was called Wake Up America and was published in 2016 while his second book was The Swamp: Washington's Murky Pool of Corruption and Cronyism and How Trump Can Drain It which was published in 2017.
Eric Bolling Financial Growth & Net Worth
Bolling's Net Worth as of 2018 is estimated to be $25 million which is an increase from his last year's net worth which was $15 million. He has been commodities trader, worked with CNBC and at Fox as well. The salaries of the top host of the fox news channel are in six figures as such he is estimated to have earnings at the same level during this time there.
Bolling has published two books which have done good in sales and his first book was even the New York Times Best Seller. Keeping all of these things into account, it is no surprise that his net worth has increased from the past.
Awards and Achievements of Bolling
When Bolling was acting as an adviser to the board of directors in New York Mercantile Exchange, he was included in Trader Monthly's Top 100 in 2005 and 2006. He was also awarded the Maybach Man of the Year Award at the Trader Monthly Awards on 17 January 2007.
Bolling is the author of one of the New York Times Best Seller and he is married to a supportive and beautiful wife Adrienne Bolling which is a great achievement in itself.
With his personality, it is not hard to imagine why he is successful and has accomplished all the things that he has until now.
Is Eric Bolling married? Who is his wife?
Eric is a married man and is married to his wife Adrienne Bolling since 1997.