George Noory Bio, Age, Wife, Coast to Coast AM, Net Worth, Podcast
George Noory Profile
George Noory (George Ralph Noory) is an American radio talk show host. He has been the weekday host of the late-night radio talk show Coast to Coast AM since January 2003.
The program is syndicated to hundreds of radio stations in the United States and Canada by Premiere Networks. George has also appeared in the History Channel series Ancient Aliens and in Beyond Belief, a subscription-based online video series presented by gaia.com.
Noory attended the University of Detroit, spending two years in the pre-dental program before switching his major to Communications. He graduated in 1972 with a bachelor’s degree. He served nine years in the United States Naval Reserve as a lieutenant.
George Noory Career
Noory began his radio career as a newscaster with Detroit station WCAR-AM. From 1974–1978, Noory worked as a news producer and executive news producer at WJBK-TV in Detroit. Noory would later serve as news director for KMSP-TV in Minneapolis and as news director at KSDK-TV in St. Louis. For his work in TV news, Noory has won three local Emmy Awards.
In St. Louis, he formed Norcom Entertainment, Inc., a company that developed and marketed video training films to law enforcement and security agencies. In 1987, George and his partners in Norcom Restaurants, Inc. opened the Café Marrakesh and Oasis Bar in Brentwood, Missouri. The Café Marrakesh and Oasis Bar theme revolved around a fictional English soldier, Col. William Berry, who opened the establishment following an exciting secret mission to Marrakesh.
Coast To Coast With George Noory
In 1996, he hosted a late-night radio program called Nighthawk on KTRS in St. Louis, which caught the attention of executives at Premiere Radio Networks, syndicators of Coast to Coast AM. The show is an American late-night radio talk show that deals with a variety of topics, but most frequently ones that relate to either the paranormal or conspiracy theories.
In April 2001, he became a guest host for Coast to Coast AM before replacing Ian Punnett as the Sunday night host. In January 2003, following Art Bell’s retirement, George took over as weeknight host of Coast to Coast AM.
In December 2012, Gaiam TV launched Beyond Belief with George Noory, a subscription-based webcast exploring the unknown and mysteries of the universe.
In May 2017, Premiere Networks announced a new contract for George which will keep him hosting Coast to Coast AM until 2020.
On May 11, 2019, Stanton Friedman gave his last lecture with George in Columbus Ohio. Stanton Friedman died 2 days later.
George Noory Age
Noory was born on 4 June 1950 in Detroit, Michigan, United States (he is 69 years old as of 2019.)
George Noory Family
Noory is the son of a Lebanese Egyptian who worked at Ford Motor Company and a Lebanese American mother. He grew up in Detroit with two younger sisters Gail Gabriel, and Glinda Jean Foster.
He was raised Roman Catholic. Noory became interested with the paranormal and ufology as a child and joined the UFO organization NICAP as a teenager.
George Noory Wife
George was married to Lisa Noory but later divorced. Noory also admitted that he had been married another time but he has not provided information about his other marriage. He is a father of three children and has four grandchildren.
George Noory Net Worth/ Salary
Noory has an net worth of $2 million which he has earned from his career as a radio talk show host. Noory’s annual salary comprises $500 thousand.
George Noory Podcast
Below is a list of some of the best Noory’s Podcasts.
- Geek Therapy Radio Podcast
- Sasquatch Syndicate
- Prophecies Of The End Times Radio Ministry
- Jim Paris Live Podcast
- TONES FOR THE HEAD
- The Best of Coast to Coast AM
- Planet Paranormal Feed List
- Joshua P. Warren Daily
- PARANORMAL PODCAST
George Noory Books
2017: Mad as Hell: America’s #1 All-Night Radio Host Takes on the Dangerous World We Live In
2016: Night Talk: A Novel
2015: Someone Is Hiding Something: What Happened to Flight MH370?
2011: Talking to the Dead
2009: Nero Blaze
2006: Worker in the Light