Bio Milo Yiannopoulos
Milo Yiannopoulos is 34 years old British political commentator and technology journalist known for founding the online tabloid, The Kernel, and also for the work he did with Breitbart.com.
He is mostly known by his pen name Milo Andreas Wagner. He was also the first one to cover the Gamergate controversy and as a cultural libertarian, he is critically outspoken on the philosophies and movements or authoritarian including Islam, political correctness, social justice, and feminism.
Recently, he resigned from Breitbart surrounding a controversy on his views about a video clip that was in support of pedophilia.
Milo was born on 18th October 1984 in Kent, England as Milo Hanrahan. He witnessed his parent’s separation at the young age of six and was later raised by his mother and step-father, not having a good relationship with him.
He moved in with paternal grandmother Petronella as a teenager and adopted her surname for the future.
For education, he attended Simon Langton Grammer School for Boys and then went for the University of Manchester doing graduation which he dropped out to go for Wolfson College, Cambridge from where also he was expelled.
Being attracted to the field of theatre criticism in 2009 he got into a project to examine the subject ‘women in computing’ for The Daily Telegraph and he finally realized what he actually desires in a career starting as a technology journalist.
He then organized ‘The Telegraph Tech Start-Up 100’ in 2011 which was run by Wrong Agency, a company that he started with his friend David Rosenburg.
The company got dissolved and he planned to launch an online magazine, The Kernel, in November 2011 with Adrian McShane, Stephen Pritchard, David Haywood Smith, and David Rosenberg.
The magazine went through controversy in 2012 after getting sued by its two contributors and finally getting closed in 2013 with its assets being acquired by BERLIN42, who re-launched it offering Milo the position of editor-in-chief.
He went for covering the Gamergate controversy and became the first one to do so.
In 2015, he took charge of American online news media, Breitbart targeting the liberals and focusing on the political correctness culture.
In late 2015, he started, The dangerous Faggot, a camp speaking tour but was later restricted to speak in some colleges and universities in the nation in 2017.
As a cultural libertarian, he is critically outspoken on the philosophies and movements or authoritarian including Islam, political correctness, social justice, and feminism but had to resign from Breitbart in February 2017 following a controversy.
He has also written poetry and has self-released a book named Dangerous on 4th July 2017. He even endorsed Donald Trump who he mostly refer as Daddy.
He is happily married to African-American men since 2017.
It is estimated to be around $4 million.