Jedediah Bila

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Jedediah Bila
Born A. Jedediah Louisa Bila[1][2]
(1979-01-29) January 29, 1979 (age 36)
Brooklyn, New York, USA
Alma mater B.A., Wagner College
M.A., Columbia University
Occupation Author, television personality

A. Jedediah Louisa Bila (born January 29, 1979) is a television and radio host, Fox News contributor, columnist, and author of the book Outnumbered: Chronicles of a Manhattan Conservative. She is currently featured as a panelist on Outnumbered.[3]


Bila was born in Brooklyn, New York. She graduated valedictorian from Wagner College with a B.A. in Spanish and a minor in Business Administration. She earned a Master of Arts from Columbia University in Spanish literature.[4]

She is a former high-school academic dean and adviser and spent several years as a professor in New York City. She has taught middle school, high school, and college students.[5]

Television, radio and writing career[edit]

Bila has been a guest ombudswoman on Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld on Fox News, Varney & Co. on Fox Business, and Real News on The Blaze TV. She has been a regular guest on Fox News, Fox Business, MSNBC, and talk radio throughout the country. Her appearances on television include Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld, Hannity, Fox & Friends, Jansing & Co., NOW With Alex Wagner, The Mark Levin Show, Lou Dobbs Tonight, and America's Newsroom.

Bila has contributed columns to Human Events, The Daily Caller, Newsmax,, The Blaze, Fox News, The Association of Mature American Citizens' online and print newsletters on topics including politics, culture, media, music, and fitness.

In 2013, Bila was hired by Fox News as a contributor. In April 2014, she became a panelist on the talk show Outnumbered.


  • Bila, Jedediah (2011). Outnumbered: Chronicles of a Manhattan Conservative. ISBN 0983576807


  1. ^ Outnumbered, May 14, 2014:
  2. ^ "Twitter / JedediahBila: Louisa. RT @middlenamegame:". Retrieved 2013-11-30. 
  3. ^ "Jedediah Bila". FOX News. 
  4. ^ Read, Amanda (30 May 2011). "Manhattan's outspoken conservative: An interview with Jedediah Bila". The Washington Times. Retrieved 13 March 2012. 
  5. ^ De Pasquale, Lisa (16 July 2011). "Lisa De Pasquale Channeling Wonder Woman with Jedediah Bila". Human Events. Retrieved 13 March 2012. 

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