Phil Valentine was an American conservative talk radio show host know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Cause of Death
|Birthdate ( Age)||9 September 1959,|
|Died||21 August 2021|
|Place of Birth||Nashville, North Carolina, United States|
|Children||yes, Carr, 28, Campbell, 26, and Douglas, 22, Mark Valentine|
|Parents||Tim Valentine, Betsy Valentine|
|Profession||American conservative talk radio show host in Nashville, Tennessee|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Philip Carr Valentine was an American conservative talk radio show host in Nashville, Tennessee. He broadcast daily on WWTN, a Cumulus Media station.He was known in Tennessee for leading protests against a proposed state income tax.
Known for his public skepticism regarding the dangers of COVID-19, Valentine became severely ill with the disease and died in August 2021.
Early Life and Family
Valentine was the son of former six-term Democratic U.S. Representative Tim Valentine of North Carolina. Valentine grew up in Nashville, North Carolina and graduated from Northern Nash High School. After attending East Carolina University (ECU), he entered a career in radio. ECU did not offer a broadcast major, so Valentine enrolled in the Connecticut School of Broadcasting branch campus in Charlotte, North Carolina. Valentine cohosted the podcast PodGOATs with his eldest son.
Phil Valentine Wife ( Is Phil Valentine Married )
Philip Carr Valentine is a married Man. He is married with wife Susan Valentine.Phil and Susan Valentine have three sons – Carr, 28, Campbell, 26, and Douglas, 22, Mark Valentine said.
Phil Valentine Net Worth
Philip Carr Valentine was an American conservative talk radio show host in Nashville, Tennesseewho has an estimated Net Worth of between $4 million in 2021.
In August 2009 Valentine launched production of his documentary, An Inconsistent Truth, a rebuttal to Al Gore’s movie, An Inconvenient Truth. His movie was premiered on January 26, 2012, and opened on January 27, 2012. For the first two weeks after the release, Truth was the top-grossing movie per screen in the country.
At the time, it was playing at a single movie theater and earned a total of $36,439 for those two weeks. It picked up second place at the Appalachian Film Festival in Huntington, West Virginia, in February 2012. The movie also won the Excellence in Filmmaking award at the Anthem Film Festivaland won Best Documentary at the Nevada Film Festival in Las Vegas.
In 2015, Valentine landed a role opposite Kevin Sorbo in the movie The Secret Handshake. Valentine’s other movie credits include a supporting role in the 1998 movie A Letter From Death Row, written and co-directed by Bret Michaels of the rock group Poison.
He had a cameo role in the 2014 film Atlas Shrugged Part III: Who Is John Galt?.He was also the voice of a radio talk show host in a 2003 episode of ABC’s Threat Matrix television drama. Valentine made numerous appearances on Fox News Channel and MSNBC.
COVID-19 skepticism and death
On July 11, 2021, Valentine acknowledged he had COVID-19 and bragged about how it wasn’t going to be a problem, claiming he might have to take a day off from it.On July 23, 2021, Valentine was hospitalized with COVID-19, in very serious condition and fighting for his life.
After contracting the disease, he regretted not being more vehemently ‘pro-vaccine’ according to his radio station. On July 28, Valentine was placed on a ventilator[to focus on treating his lungs. On August 1, it was reported that his family was seeking treatment for him on an ECMO machine.Valentine died from the disease on August 21, 2021.