American Businesswoman, Krystal Ball widely known as a political pundit, politician, and journalist too. Also, she has worked as a television host MSNBC’s afternoon news/talk show and regular contributor to the Huffington Post.
Krystal Ball Bio, Family, Education
Born to middle class family on 24 November 1981 in King George County, West Virginia, United States. Her birth name is Krystal Marie Ball under zodiac sign Sagittarius. She is the daughter of parents Edward Ball (father) and mother Rose Marie Ball. Her father Edward worked as a physicist whereas her mother Rose worked as a teacher.
Krystal has American nationality and is of mixed ethnicity. She has two siblings sisters, they are Holly Ball and Heidi Ball. From King George High School located in King George, Virginia, she graduated. Then she enrolled at Clemson University located in Clemson, South Carolina. Then she transferred to the University of Virginia and received a bachelor’s degree in economics.
What’s Krystal Ball Net Worth & Salary?
From her successful business & other works, she has collected hefty sum of money. The estimated net worth of Krystal Ball around $44 Million according to some source of information. She has been earning an annual salary of around $3.5 million.
Also, she possesses some of the best Luxury cars in the world. Some of Krystal car collection comprises of Mini Cooper, Alfa Romeo, Ford, and Mini Cooper. Also, she lives in a luxury house worth nearly $2.5 million in Louisville, Kentucky. Ball book named Reversing the Apocalypse: Hijacking the Democratic Party to Save the World priced at $9.99 on Amazon.
Married Twice; Who is Krystal Ball Husband?
After first marriage failure, Krystal Ball married again with her husband. Her current husband name is Jonathan R. Dariyanani. Ball husband Jonathan worked as an attorney. In the year 2008, Krystal tied the wedding with her husband Dariyanani. Soon after their married life, they became parents of three kids (two daughters & a son).
Name of Krystal children are Lowell Maxwell born in 2013 (son), Ella Marie born in 2008 (daughter) and Ida Rose born in 2017(daughter). She has been living a blissful married life and shared healthy relationship with her husband. Also, still no sign of conflict or divorce between the married couple.
Previously, Krystal was married to her first husband Aaron Peterson. On 13 May 2006, they got married in a private ceremony. However, their married life only lasted for 1 year. Eventually, they got divorce in the year 2007.
Controversy of Krystal Ball
Krystal Ball has faced the biggest controversy of her life in the year 2010. Back in 2010, it was the last stage of her Congressional Campaign where her photo became public at that time.
In the photo Krystal was in Santa’s costume sucking a red dildo. In a short period, the photo went viral in public, that affected her harmed her campaign too.
What is the Height of Krystal Ball?
Krystal ball has a height of 5 feet 7 inches or 1.70 m tall. Her slim body weighs around 137 pounds or 62 kg. She has a body measurement of 35-26-32 inches. Krystal has gray-black color hair with bule eyes color.
Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti
Krystal started hosting a new show called Rising at The Hill along with conservative radio talk show host Buck Sexton. Then Buck was later replaced by Saagar Enjeti. So, Saagar became co-host of Krystal in the show.
However, Ball and Enjeti announced that they were leaving the show in order to release their own independent project titled Breaking Points in May 2021.
Career Highlight of Ball
Krystal Ball popular as an American progressive political commentator. Previously, she was a political candidate. Also, she is well-known as a television host at MSNBC, a regular contributor to the Huffington Post. She was a former co-host of The Hill’s Rising along with Saagar Enjeti.
Also, she is a co-host with Kyle Kulinski on the progressive podcast Krystal Kyle & Friends. Ball has made guest appearances on various programs and networks, including on CNN, CNBC, Fox News, and Real Time with Bill Maher. She as the Democratic Party nominee for Congress in Virginia’s 1st congressional district in the 2010 election, losing to Republican incumbent Rob Wittman.
Krystal co-hosted the MSNBC show The Cycle from June 2012 to July 2015. She created the People’s House Project, a political action committee working on behalf of Democratic causes in May 2017. Also, she number 21 on the magazine’s “Most Powerful Women in the Mid Term Elections” list by Forbes Magazines. Krystal recognized as one of the best businesswomen in modern times as well.