How Much is Guardian Angels Boss, Curtis Sliwa Net Worth and Income

Curtis Sliwa Net Worth and Income

Curtis Sliwa Net Worth : $ 500.000

Have you ever heard “Guardian Angels”? This is a group created by Curtis Sliwa. He is popular as an anti-crime activist from America. Guardian Angel was created as a dedication to fight against violence and crime. Sliwa himself is also media personality, and politician too. Curtis Sliwa Net Worth is around $500 thousand.

Curtis Sliwa was born in Brooklyn, New York. Currently, He the CEO of the Guardian Angels. The group used to be known as Magnificent 13. The member usually used a military style red beret. Don’t you know? He ever became a victim of kidnap and shot in 1992. Fortunately,  he could escape by leaping out of the front window of the moving taxi cab.

As media personality, Sliwa is a host of radio talk show, WABC-AM in New York City. He began his career in radio since in 1990. He actually ever got a regular appearance on TV too. Sliwa became commentator on NY1’s Inside City Hall. However, the show decided to suspend him for a month in April 2015. It was due to his  following sexual comments regarding New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito. But Sliwa defended his comments as satire.

While his political career also became the media attention. Since September 2016, Sliwa had launched a hostile takeover of the Reform Party of New York State. And Litigation is still ongoing today.

The Source of Curtis Sliwa Net Worth and Income

Talking about his income. It should be from several sources. And his Radio show career should be the most influential one. As we know that he began his career in Radio since 1990. Curtis Sliwa Net Worth could reach $ 500.000. He also received some offers to appear in some event and TV shows. His organization “Guardian Angels” was said as a non-profit organization

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