Jun 11, 2021
What is Jedediah Bila’s net worth?
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FORMER Fox journalist Jedediah Bila announced in May that she was leaving her post on Fox and Friends.
She had been with the network since 2013 and was named the permanent co-host of Fox and Friends six years later.3Jedediah Bila is reportedly worth $1.5millionCredit: Getty What is Jedediah Bila's net worth?
Jedediah Bila has an estimated net worth of $1.5million.
The journalist reportedly made $200,000 in salary while at Fox.Who is Jedediah Bila?
Bila was an educator in New York City, teaching creative writing, Spanish, and improvisation to middle school, high school and college students.3Bila was a former NYC teacher and a panelist on The ViewCredit: Getty - Contributor
She has also served as an academic dean at a private school in The Big Apple.
She was also the co-host on the ABC daytime talk show The View and began her career as a Fox News contributor before joining the network full-time.
Bila departed Fox News in 2016 to join The View as a permanent co-host during its 20th season, rejoining Fox two years later.
She is also the author of two books, Outnumbered: Chronicles of a Manhattan Conservative, and #DONOTDISTURB: How I Ghosted My Cell Phone to Take Back My Life.Who is Jedediah Bila married to?
Bila is married to business executive Jeremy Scher.
The pair tied the knot in 2018 and have one son, Hartley Luca.
After he was born on November 15 2019, she told People: "He is already the light of our lives and has the gentlest spirit. We are so filled with love for him."
In January 2020, she tweeted how her child had "taught me more about myself in 10 weeks than I learned in the decades before he was born."3Bila told her followers back in April of 2020 that she and her husband had contracted coronavirusCredit: Getty
Bila has since teased that her next career step will include a book that describes her experiences of motherhood.
In April of 2020, Bila and her husband caught coronavirus but her son was able to dodge the virus.
She took to Instagram to express why she had been away, writing: “I know I’ve been a little MIA. I’m actually at home recovering from Covid-19.
"I’m very much on the mend, so please don’t worry.
“My husband is also recovering well at home and Hartley luckily did not get sick (Thank you, God, I am forever grateful.?).Most read in CelebrityPOOR BABY!Kim fails bar exam AGAIN on KUWTK finale & blames having Covid for not passingExclusiveMOVING FAST!Kanye West 'to buy new property in NYC' to be closer to girlfriend Irina ShaykExclusive'IT'S A LOT'Kim's a 'wreck & leaning' on Kris after KUWTK finale & Kanye's trip with IrinaBLAKE'S HEARTBREAKBlake Lively shares sweet photo with late dad Ernie after tragic deathNOT ON BOARDIrina Shayk's ex Bradley Cooper 'hopes her romance with Kanye fizzles out'THE LOW-DOWNWhat to know about Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry's arrest
She continued: "This is a crazy time in the world, full of so much anxiety and fear. I’ve learned so much this past week and done so much thinking.
“Know that I’m sending love, peace, and good energy from my family to yours. I’ll be sharing more in coming weeks.
Adding: “Thank you for your messages. I love and miss you all. xo”
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Ken Block is selling his 1977 Ford F-150 for $1.1 million and it might be worth it
Used pickup truck prices have risen dramatically in recent years, but this is ridiculous.
Ken Block's Hoonicorn combines the body of a 1977 Ford F-150 with a tube frame racing chassis. (LBI Limited)
A 1977 Ford F-150 owned by racing and stunt driver Ken Block is currently on sale for $1.1 million.
The Hoonicorn is powered by the 3.5-liter turbocharged V6 from a Ford GT Le Mans racer. (LBI Limited)
OK, it's not exactly a factory stock model. The pickup was built by Detroit Speed on a custom tube frame chassis and is powered by the turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 from a Ford GT Le Mans race car tuned to a raucous 914. hp.
The low riding all-wheel-drive pickup is nicknamed the Hoonitruck and was used in two videos from Block's popular Gymkhana YouTube series.
In Climbkhana 2 Block used it to drift up China's Tianmen Mountain, which is billed as one of the world's most dangerous roads.
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Block was a member of the Ford Performance team from 2010 until earlier this year and is throwing in a spare engine and other parts to sweeten the deal. Unfortunately, there's no room in the bed to carry them home.
The Hoonicorn's "bed" exposes the frame and rear mechanicals. (LBI Limited)
In fact, there's no bed.Gary Gastelu is FoxNews.com's Automotive Editor covering the car industry and racing. Follow @foxnewsautos