A native of Lake Forest, Illinois, Bill Schulz was born on 14th of August 1975. Regarding his nationality, Schulz is an American and is of white ethnicity. Schulz was raised Catholic, alongside his two brothers: Jonathan and Alfred. He was educated at Lake Forest Academy and later attended Emerson College, from where he earned a BA in Print Journalism.
As Bill always dreamed of becoming the journalist, he after completion of his education started his career in the media industry. Since the debut of the show “Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld”, Bill served as a regular panelist, producer, and as a writer for six years long, until he departed in 2013. He was often the target of Greg Gutfeld's gags during the time on the show. He also voiced a caricature of the New York Times newspaper, “Pinch” which referred to Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, an American journalist.
Throughout his career, Bill also made his appearance in Times Square and also occasionally at special events as an irreverent “man-on-the-street” segment featured on Red Eye.
As a freelance writer, Bill’s articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Daily Beast, and Maxim.
Currently, the popular journalist is in his forties. He is a private person who has maintained his personal in a low profile. Information regarding his affair, girlfriend, marital status, and spouse is still the subjects of curiosity, Till the date, there is no any news and rumors regarding the journalist’s private life. As per our record, he is possibly single and unmarried.
Currently, Bill Schulz has an estimated net worth of around $900,000 thousand. He makes much money through his professional career as a TV personality and journalist as well as being a writer. He has worked for several magazines which have also added some value to his net worth.