Michael Eric Dyson (born October 23, 1958) is an American Author, Preacher, and Radio Host from Detroit, Michigan. In fact, he is working as a Professor of Sociology at Georgetown University. He has edited books based on Martin Luther King and Hurricane Katrina.
During his career, he taught in Universities like Brown University, University of North Carolina, Columbia University and DePaul University. Furthermore, Michael served as the ordained Baptist Minister in the age of nine. He worked for Common Ground Foundation NGO to provide employment to the youth in the USA.
Wiki, Parents, Early Life & Education
Maria L. Dyson’s Husband was born on the 23rd of October 1958 in Detroit, Michigan (USA). Therefore, Michael Eric Dyson’s age is fifty-nine, (59) years old 2018. In fact, he is the adopted son of Everett Dyson (father) and Addie Dyson (mother). Dyson has four brothers Anthony Dyson, Everett Dyson-Bey, Gregory Dyson and Brian Dyson.
Furthermore, he took admission in Cranbrook School, Bloomfield Hills (Michigan). Though, he left the school and joined Northwestern High School. Michael worked in factories to support his family members. Additionally, he also entered in the Knoxville College. He earned his BA degree from Carson-Newman College.
After that, he obtained his Masters and the Ph.D. degree in Religion from Princeton University. The name of Michael’s first wife is Theresa Taylor. They married in 1977 and divorced in 1979. His second wife is Branda Joyce (m. 1982; div. 1992). Later on, he tied the knot with American Writer Marcia L. Dyson in 1992.
|Personal Life Information|
|Full Birth Name||Michael Eric Dyson.|
|Working As||Radio Host, Preacher & Author.|
|Age||Fifty-Nine (59) years old (As of 2018).|
|Date of Birth (DOB), Birthday||October 23, 1958.|
|Birthplace/Hometown||Detroit, Michigan (USA).|
|Citizenship||The United States.|
|Star Sign (Zodiac Sign)||Scorpio.|
|Current Residence||Detroit, Michigan (USA).|
|Famous For||Sociology Professor in Georgetown University.|
|Height (Tall)||Feet & Inches: 5' 9".
Centimeters: 175 cm.
Meters: 1.75 m.
|Weight||Kilograms: 70 Kg.
Pounds: 154 lbs.
|Biceps Size||12 inches.|
|Body Measurements (chest-waist-hips)||40-32-35.|
|Shoe Size (US)||8.|
|Parents||Father: Everett Dyson.
Mother: Addie Dyson.
|Siblings||Brother: Anthony Dyson, Everett Dyson-Bey, Gregory Dyson and Brian Dyson.
|Michael Eric Dyson Wife & Relationship|
|Dating History?||In a relationship with American writer Marcia L. Dyson.|
|Girlfriend (Fiancee)||Marcia L. Dyson.|
|Wife/Spouse Name||1. Theresa Taylor (m. 1977; div. 1979).
2. Branda Joyce (m. 1982; div. 1992).
3. Marcia L. Dyson (m. 1992).
|Highest Qualification||1. BA degree from Carson-Newman College.
2. Masters and PhD degree in Religion from Princeton University.
|School||1. Cranbrook School, Bloomfield Hills (Michigan).
2. Northwestern High School.
|College/University||1. Carson-Newman College.
2. Princeton University.
|Hobbies & Favorite Things|
|Favorite Celebrities||Actor: Kevin Spacey.
Actress: Charlize Theron.
|Dream Holiday Destination||Paris.|
|Love to do||Reading Books and Watching Movies.|
|Favorite Dishes||Spanish Food.|
|Net Asset (approx)||$700,000 US dollars (As of 2018).|
|Office Address||Not Known|
|Home Details||Not Known|
|Mobile or Phone Number||N.A.|
|Email Address||Will update soon.|
|Official Website||Not Available.
Some Lesser Known Facts about Michael Eric Dyson (Author)
- Michael is serving as the Sociology Professor at Georgetown University since 2007.
- Recently, he hosted a TV show named “The Raw World”.
- Money & Wealth Factor: The estimated Net worth of Michael Eric Dyson is $700,000 US Dollars (approx) in 2018.
- He goes to Aspen Institutes as a Guest Speaker with his wife Marcia.
- In fact, Marcia’s husband also attended the Aspen Ideas Festival.
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- Dyson has written books such as “Why I Love Black Women, s Bill Cosby Right?” and “Or Has the Black Middle-Class Lost Its Mind? “.
- Furthermore, he has won Southern Book Prize-Non Fiction (2018) for Tears We Cannot Stop: A Sermon to White America.