Ben Aaron Bio, Age, Net Worth, Religion, Height, Wife, Gay

Ben Aaron Biography| Who Is Ben Aaron

Ben Aaron (Benjamin Aron Colonomos) is an Ametrican New York City-based media personality. He currently he co-hosts the nationally syndicated TV talk show Pickler & Ben with country artist Kellie Pickler. He has co hosted the show since September 2017. Before his new role, he was working with the NBCUniversal’s LXTV.

He also worked for WNBC’s New York Live. He also worked for the nationally syndicated Crazy Talk television series. The alumni of Emerson College, in Boston, Massachusetts started his career when he was a teen. He started his journalism career on radio in 1999. He was 18 years old at the time. He was working for Radio Disney.
He made a brief stint as a radio host in Tucson, Arizona. He later moved to Los Angeles. He landed an on-air television hosting job for Daybreak OC. OC is an Orange County-based morning lifestyle/news show serving all of Los Angeles. He later went to KSWB in San Diego and continued his work as a features reporter.
He was then poached by WNBC in New York. He has worked for NBCUniversal at WNBC as their host of New York Live. While at the WNBC, he received three consecutive Emmy Awards for “Best Features Reporter”. He was also a co-host of the nationally syndicated television program, Crazy. At the same time, he was a correspondent for Extra.
In May 2017, Ben and his wife collaborated on their own version of the DIY Network home renovation show which was tagged Renovation Realities: Ben and Ginger.

Ben Aaron with his wife
Ben Aaron with his wife

Ben Aaron Age

Ben Aaron was born in New York, United States of America. He was born on 10th September, 1981. He is 37 years old as of 2018.

Ben Aaron Net Worth | Ben Aaron Salary

Everybody wants to be media personality. Nobody would mind appearing on the screens each and evey day. The dressing code of these people depicts the amount of money they earn. Ben falls in this category. It is no secret that he takes home a handsome pay. Though his salary is not clearly revealed, a journallist in the U.S earns a median salary of $47,770.
His wife is also in the Media industry as the chief meteorologist and she earns a salary of approximately $500,000 annually. She has an approximate net worth of $3 million. Her net worth is separate from that of her husband, Ben.
With is salary of $47,770, Ben has an approximated net worth of $8 million. It is evidently clear that he has made a huge fortune from his career.

Ben Aaron Colonomos Ethnicity

Ben Aaron is of American Nationality. He was born New York, United States of America.

Ben Aaron Religion

Ben Aaron professes the Jewish religion.His church is however not clearly known.

Ben Aaron Height | Ben Aaron Weight

Ben is or relative height. His real height is currently unknown. However he is the real definition of any girls’ crush. His height excites women. Or so i guess. Details about his weight still remain unknown. We will update you immediately we get the actual information.

Ginger Zee Husband Ben Aaron | Ben Aaron Wife | Ben Aaron Gay

Ben Aaron got married to his girlfriend Ginger Zee on 7th June, 2014. The couple got engaged in August 2013. Zee is also a TV personality and meteorologist. They have been together, happily married since then. The couple has two sons. Their first born son, Adrian Benjamin Colonomos was born in December 2015. He was born in Petoskey, Michigan.
Their second born son, Miles Macklin was born on 9th February, 2018. His pregnancy was announced on Good Morning America by Ginger Zee. The happy couple resides in Manhattan. Therefore, Ben Aaron is NOT gay.

Ben Aaron Interview

Q: Do you see yourself as a serious new reporter or more of a comedian?
Ben Aaron: I try to be a balance of informative and entertaining. If I can take a really boring topic and make it interesting then I have done my job.
Q: What was your major in college?
BA:I majored in radio. I’m a total radio guy.
Q: How did you get on LX TV?
Ben Aaron: I have been doing this for a really long time. I went to college for radio and started a few television shows that are still going. After college I went to Arizona and I did radio for 3 years. I worked at a radio station and had an Access TV show at the same time. The TV Show was live for 50 minutes and people would call in. Anyone can get an Access TV Show and it’s great because it got me on live TV. It was 50 minutes straight with no commercials.
I cared a lot about it and would come up with crazy segments. After that I got a job at a real TV station in Los Angeles. I worked there for a year and really figured out my situation. I’m not a news reporter guy and I love doing these funny stories. Everyone has a story and that’s so fascinating to me. After that I got a job in San Diego doing live reporting for Fox. I went to work for a pop culture website at the same time doing red carpets. Then I got the call to come to New York and I moved.
Q: How long have you been on LX?
Ben Aaron: A little over a year. It was a little bumpy at first but it’s doing a lot better now. We created a show that really had not been done before. It is a 5:00 show that’s human interest and has features on things like fashion. Usually, at 5:00 pm people want to watch the news. It was hard at first for the public to get used to not seeing the News at 5:00.
Q: How do you come up with your segment ideas?
Ben Aaron: A million ways. Sometimes the viewers will write in with suggestions or I will be walking on the street and think of something. It’s not the ideas but the angle. The angle is the most stressful part. You have to find a way to show something that no one has done before. You can’t be afraid to do things differently.
Q: What do you eat everyday?
Ben Aaron: I get made fun of at work because I eat the same thing everyday. I have a ham and cheese sandwich at my desk
Q: What’s your favorite thing to do on a Sunday?
Ben Aaron: My weekdays are so busy and my weekends are mellow. I love going to Central Park with my iPod and working out.
Q: Do you love your job?
Ben Aaron: Yes, I’m obsessed with it. It’s a dangerous thing because I never want to stop. When I don’t have a piece to edit I actually get sad.