Sarah Elizabeth “S.E.” Cupp or S.E. Cupp is a conservative political commentator from America. She is also a writer. ‘Crossfire’, a CNN political debate show had her as the panelist. She is also the co-author of ‘Why You’re Wrong About the Right’ along with Brett Josphe. A book named ‘Losing Our Religion: The Liberal Media’s Attack on Christianity’, was another one that she wrote in the capacity of a solo author.
S.E.Cupp was a part of ‘TheBlaze’ which featured a show called Real News from the Blaze and was previously a co-host of a talk show of MSNBC called ‘The Cycle’. Before that she was a regular guest host on Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld.
Early Life and Background
Born on 23rd February, 1979, in Carlsbad, California, Cupp lived in Andover, Massachusetts during her teenage and younger days. She attended the Academy of Notre Dame. She was a professional ballet dancer from the age of 6 till her teens. While performing with the Boston Ballet she used to suffer from eating disorder. She battled it but suffered a relapse in her college years. Cupp graduated from Cornell University in 2000 with a Bachelors of Art under Art History. She worked for The Cornell Daily Sun while attending Cornell. By the year 2010, she received her Master of Arts in Religious studies. She did her masters education in New York from Gallatin School of Individualized Study.
Cupp worked for a public relation company and an online magazine, after graduating from Cornell. She was taken by The New York Times in 2002 to pen down and edit for the Index Department. She has also contributed for The Arena, a Politico.com section. She has been a usual guest in the past on the three cable news channels – Fox News, CNN and MSNBC. Her writings have been published in several renowned forums like The Washington Post, The American Spectator, Human Events, New York Daily, Newsmax, Slate, The Daily Caller and Maxim.
The Daily News hired Cupp in 2009, as a columnist. Later in 2011, she was hired by Mercury Radio Arts as a commentator and writer. Mercury Radio Arts is the organization operated and owned by Glenn Beck. Just a few days after getting hired by Glen, she was given her own show called S.E. Cupp. This show had moved to GBTV (now The Blaze TV). On MSNBC, in June 2012, she started co-hosting The Cycle with Krystal Ball, a political strategist and Toure, a pop-culture commentator.
On June 2013, CNN announced that Cupp would join the new version of Crossfire which was going to re-launch in the falls 2013 with panelists Van Jones, Stephanie Cutter and Newt Gingrich. Subsequently, she left The Cycle and MSNBC following the last and final appearance on June 2013 itself.
On December 2015, she had a controversy with Katrina Pierson, Donald Trump’s national spokeswoman. It was about Trump’s proposal to ban Muslims from entering America which she didn’t find conservative thinking at all.
S.E. Cupp – Husband and Children
At the 2008 republican convention, Cupp met John Goodwin. They got married in 2013. She gave birth to her son in 2014 named, John Davies Goodwin III.
S.E. Cupp – Net Worth and Salary
Cupp’s net worth is estimated to be $6 million with average annual earnings of about $500,000.