Lionel (radio personality)

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Lionel
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Born Michael William Lebron
(1958-08-26) August 26, 1958 (age 59)
Tampa, Florida, United States
Residence Manhattan, New York, United States
Nationality American
Education University of South Florida Stetson University College of Law
Known for American radio & television personality
Spouse(s) Lynn Shaw (producer)[1]
Awards 2015 New York Emmy Award for Writer: Commentary/Editorial
Website Lionel Media, Official Website, Lionel Media, on Twitter, Lionel Nation, on YouTube

Michael William Lebron (born August 26, 1958), popularly known as Lionel, is an internationally syndicated American radio and television personality.

Career[edit]

Lionel hosted the CourtTV law show Snap Judgment in the late 1990s. Talkers Magazine included him in their 2010 "Heaviest Hundred" list at number 54,[2] and in their 2013 "Frontier Fifty" list at number 37.[3] In 2015, he won a New York Emmy Award for commentary/editorial writing.[4]

Lionel also appeared as a radio host on the popular Netflix series House of Cards, Season 4: Episode 11: Chapter 50.[5]

Philosophy[edit]

Originally espousing a largely libertarian political philosophy, Lionel describes himself as a "political atheist".[6][7]

Live stream show[edit]

Lionel hosts a daily live stream show on YouTube weekdays at 12 p.m. EST where he discusses whatever he wants.

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