Jedediah Bila Biography, Age, Husband, Fox News, Instagram, Twitter, The View

Jedediah Bila born A. Jedediah Louisa Bila is an American television host, author, and columnist. She is also a self-identified libertarian-conservative

Jedediah Bila Biography | Who Is Jedediah Bila?

Jedediah Bila born A. Jedediah Louisa Bila is an American television host, author, and columnist. She is also a self-identified libertarian-conservative, best known for her 2016–2017 role as a co-host of ABC’s The View.

She is also a Fox News contributor on shows such as Red Eye and Outnumbered. Bila graduated valedictorian from Wagner College, with a B.A. in Spanish in 2000. She subsequently earned an M.A. in Spanish Literature from Columbia University. After graduation, she toyed with the idea of becoming an actor, as her mother ran a performing arts studio.

However, Bila decided to teach and she began teaching in New York in 2005. She taught Spanish, creative writing, and improvisation to middle school, high school, and college students over the years. Bila also served as a teacher, student advisor, and academic dean at the Birch Wathen Lenox preparatory school on the Upper East Side.

Jedediah Bila Age | How Old Is Jedediah Bila?

She was born A. Jedediah Louisa Bila on January 29, 1979 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. She is 40 years old as of 2019.

Jedediah Bila Ethnicity | Jedediah Bila Nationality

Bila is an American citizen of Italian and Sicilian ethnicity.

Jedediah Bila Family | Jedediah Bila Mother | Jedediah Bila Parents

Bila grew up in Staten Island, New York. She lived with her mom, dad, and cat, Scungilli. Her dad worked for a small stamp and coin business while her mom taught acting classes out of the living room. Their cat Scungilli occasionally scratched up the couch and drove her parents a little crazy.

She loved their charming 2.5-bedroom condo, which was often filled with the aroma of freshly-cooked marinara sauce. Jedediah also loved her grandparents funny stories told in Italian. Bila was exposed to political discourse amongst her family from a young age. They encouraged her to form her own opinions and debate the issues.

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Jedediah Bila Husband | Jedediah Bila Partner | Jedediah Bila Married

Bila married Jeremy Scher a corporate strategist and graduate of Rice University in 2018. The couple married after an eight-month engagement. They reside in Manhattan and Bila continues to make regular television appearances.

Jedediah Bila Pregnancy

Bila announced on Fox and Friends on May 26, 2019, that she is 15 weeks pregnant. This will be her first child with her husband Scher.

Fox News Jedediah Bila

Her transition from education to politics came unexpectedly in 2009. This is when she reviewed talk radio host Mark Levin‘s book, Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto, on her blog. Mark later read the review on air, prompting Fox News’ Sean Hannity to invite her on his television show.

She appeared as a guest on Hannity and Red Eye in 2011. She soon expanded her role as commentator to other networks such as, CNBC and MSNBC. Jedediah joined the Fox News team in 2013 and in April 2014, Bila began working as a co-host and panelist on Outnumbered, The Five, and also other programs.

Jedediah Bila The View | Jedediah Bila View

Bila announced her departure from Fox News to join ABC’s The View as a permanent co-host for the show’s 20th season in August 2016. She often was the lone contrarian voice on the show among a panel of liberals. She addressed controversial topics during her run.

Her guests were ranging from politicians such as Hillary Clinton and Donald Rumsfeld to performers Lin Manuel Miranda and Sarah Jessica Parker. On September 18, 2017, she departed The View. She later made a return guest appearance on the show on October 17, 2018.

Bila hosted the Lifetime special Abby Tells All in 2017. In 2018, she appeared on The Greg Gutfeld Show, co-hosted The Five, and also appeared on several Sirius XM shows.

What Happened To Jedediah Bila?

Jedediah returned to Fox News as a contributor in November 2018.

Jedediah Bila Fox & Friends

On 24th April 2019, Fox News announced that Jedediah would join Fox & Friends Weekend as a permanent co-host on Saturday, April 27 2019. The Fox News contributor will appear alongside Pete Hegseth and Rick Reichmuth.

Jedediah Bila Book

  • #DoNotDisturb: How I Ghosted My Cell Phone to Take Back My Life
  • Outnumbered: Chronicles of a Manhattan Conservative

Jedediah Bila Outnumbered

It is an autobiography recounting of her experiences as a conservative living and teaching in Manhattan during the 2008 presidential election.

Jedediah Bila Net Worth |  Jedediah Bila Salary

The Fox News popular presenter Jedediah has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million dollars, she has a salary of over $200 thousand dollars annually.

Jedediah Bila Religion

Jedediah has not yet disclosed any information.

Jedediah Bila Height

Bila stands a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65m)

Jedediah Bila Measurements

  • Weight: 55 Kg
  • Waist Size: 25 inch
  • Bra Size: 34 inch
  • Hip Size: 35 inch

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Interviewer: Were you liberal when you were younger?

Jedediah Bila: No, I was never a liberal. I joke with my parents that I popped out of the womb as a libertarian-conservative. Reagan always made sense to me; Carter never did. I was really lucky growing up because I was surrounded by different political ideologies in school and at home. Liberals, conservatives, libertarians, and everything in between were often at my dinner table. I had the chance to listen to political discussions, hear all sides of the story, and figure out what I believed in. Big-government policies, high taxes, and class warfare just never hit home with me.

Interviewer: What do you like best about being conservative?

Jedediah Bila: I like promoting freedom and the right of people to make decisions for themselves about their own lives–what they eat, whether they have health insurance, and more. I love talking to kids about opportunity, self-reliance, and personal responsibility. I have always found it empowering to know that how hard I work, what goals I reach for, and how ambitious I am with respect to those goals are up to no one but me. As a libertarian-conservative, I embrace policies that let me do those things without the heavy hand of the federal government in my way.

Interviewer: How does liberalism hurt women?

Jedediah Bila: I think any political ideology that promotes dependency hurts women, while also hurting men, children, and society at large. When the Obama camp released their Julia campaign during the 2012 election season, I was horrified to see cradle-to-grave government assistance for women glorified. Many “feminists” also rushed to lend their support. It was a disgrace–condescending to the abilities of women to care for themselves without the help of government and a slap in the face to founding feminists who fought long and hard for women’s equality and the notion that women are capable, intelligent, independent decision-makers.

Interviewer: Are conservatives losing the battle for the hearts and minds of Americans?

Jedediah Bila: In a sense, they are. However, it’s not because the conservative message is outdated; it’s because the conservative approach to delivering that message is outdated. They need to be unafraid of markets like reality television that appeal to kids, forums like coffeehouses and down-to-earth settings that young people flock to, and left-wing campuses where the conservative message is grossly outnumbered. Outreach matters and is completely different from the pandering often engaged in by the Left. Also, the quality of messengers is key. We need charismatic, energetic, positive messengers who have the ability to excite people and convey constitutional principles in a way that is both accurate and engaging. These things aren’t easy, but they are necessary to change hearts and minds.

Interviewer: What led you to your current profession?

Jedediah Bila: I actually fell into this by accident. A couple of years ago, I was working as a teacher and Dean in a Manhattan private school. I watched the 2008 presidential election play out and was shocked by the level of media bias. I remember hearing a story from a family friend about voter fraud and being moved to write a blog post about it in 2009. I immediately got a flood of mail. That led to writing columns online, TV appearances, and everything you see just a few short years later. What led me to this profession most, beyond the desire to take on media deceit, was the desire to give people honest, talking point-free commentary. I’m not a Republican strategist, nor am I interested in propping up a machine or defending a party at all costs. I’m really here to tell you what I think, to give you an honest take on the issues, and to take on corruption, bad policy, and lying politicians no matter where they fall on the political spectrum.

Interviewer: What do you like to do to relax?

Jedediah Bila: I love fitness, so boxing, boot camps, long runs, lifting weights, wall climbing–I’m up for them all on a Saturday afternoon. I love delicious, healthy food, and having a best friend who is an amazing cook has been a gift from God. Let’s just say I spend a lot of time stuffing my face. I also adore music, so I love searching for new artists. Sarah McLachlan is my favorite, but there are so many I adore. You can typically find me on a Sunday afternoon writing journal entries or fiction while folksy tunes dance through my iPod speakers. Analytical writing has its place in my world, but creative writing is where I’m most myself.

Interviewer: What is your favorite location in the United States? Why?

Jedediah Bila: This is a tough one, so let me give you a few places I love before I answer your exact question. I adore Amherst, Massachusetts, which I discovered with an old love many years ago. Small New England towns with winter cottages and charming shops always have me at hello. South Beach, Miami is my favorite place to put my toes in the sand and dance through the night. San Diego, California has a way of calming my body and mind that I can’t explain.

However, my favorite place in the United States would still have to be Manhattan, which I’ll always call home. Growing up in New York City was probably the biggest gift I’ve been given of all. Not just because I’ve been surrounded by rich culture–museums, bookstores, art galleries, poetry readings–but because this place really builds a strong backbone. There’s a fearlessness about native New Yorkers that I love, a hurried energy, a desire to get things done yesterday, and an amazing endurance. Yes, it can be exhausting and all-consuming to live here. My friends visiting from other states often ask me how I get used to my mind and body running nonstop. I never have a good answer, to be honest. However, it’s a good exhaustion, the kind that comes from unique projects and cultural journeys and, yes, crazy taxicab adventures.

Truth be told, no matter where I wind up, I’ll always be a New Yorker. I’ll likely be a little tough sometimes, but I’ll get you where you need to go. And quickly.