Michael Brooks Net Worth: The host of the Michael Brooks Show and The Majority Report, Michael Brooks passed away on Monday at the age of 37. The cause of his death has been stated as a sudden medical condition. The 37 years old used to talk on various topics like politics, history, and pop culture. The announcement was made by the team of his show, Michael Brooks Show, on Twitter on July 20 saying that they announced the sudden demise of Michael Brook because of a medical condition.
The Majority Report is a daily, political talk show with episodes being posted on YouTube and various other podcast services like iTunes and Spotify. Michael has been contributing to the show and has discussed politics and cultural issues since 2013. His own show called ‘The Michael Brooks Show’ was launched in 2017 with Brooks as the host, discussing politics, history, and pop culture.
Though there has been updated by his team, however, it is still not clear that what medical conditions caused his death. We will update you once there will be any information regarding it.
Michael Brooks Net Worth
As per Jacobin’s tribute work at Brooks, he was born in 1983. He was raised in Western Massachusetts in the early years while he dwells from New York.
Brooks completed his graduation in Political Science from Bates College in Maine between 2005 and 2009. He also studied international relations at the Middle East Technical University in Ankara in 2008.
Michael Brooks Career
Michael Brook started his own show in July 2017 that reached 130,000 subscribers on YouTube while it has received over 23 million views on its YouTube account. He has also been the host of 2 Dope Boys & a Podcast. A podcast airs twice a week highlighting the trends while examining the latest developments in business, culture, technology, and sports.
Apart from this, he also hosted The Majority Report along with Sam Seder since 2013. He also regularly appeared as an analyst at points of sale such as SiriusXM, Al Jazeera English, Huffpost Live, etc. He also wrote for Jacobin, Al-Monitor, Al Jazeera, Washington Post, and Open Democracy. He has also written two books Against the Web: A Cosmopolitian Answer to the New Right and The Buddha’s Playbook, which was co-written by Josh Summers.