Amy Alkon (Journalist) Net Worth, Spouse, Age, Height, Weight, Bio, Wiki, Facts

Amy Alkon (Journalist) Net Worth, Spouse, Age, Height, Weight, Bio, Wiki, Facts

Amy Alkon (born March 8, 1964), also known as the Advice Goddess, writes a weekly advice column, Ask the Advice Goddess, which is published in over 100 newspapers within North America. While Alkon addresses a wide range of topics, she primarily focuses on issues in intimate relationships. Her columns are based largely on evolutionary psychology.

Amy Alkon Net Worth & Salary

  • As of 2020, Amy Alkon net worth is estimated around $2 million USD.
  • Her primary source of income is her advisory career.
  • Her salary is not revealed in public domain.

Amy Alkon Spouse

  • As of 2020, Amy Alkon is single and enjoying her single life at the fullest.
  • She is very focused on her career.
  • As per her previous dating history, it is not known in public domain.

Amy Alkon Age, Height, Weight & Body Measurements

  • As of 2020, Amy Alkon age is 56 years old.
  • She stands on a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall.
  • She weighs around 50 Kg.
  • Her body measurements are 32-28-35 inches.
  • She has dark brown eyes and has blonde hair.
  • She wears a shoe size of 5 UK.

Amy Alkon Quick Facts

Real NameAmy Alkon
Nick NameThe Advice Goddess
BornMarch 8, 1964
Age56 years old (As of 2020)
ProfessionAdvice columnist
Known ForAdvice Goddess
BirthplaceFarmington Hills, Michigan, United States
ResidenceVenice, California
EthnicityWhite Caucasian
Physical Stats
Height/ TallIn feet - 5'7"
Weight50 Kg
Body Measurements32-28-35 inches
Bra Size30 B
Eye ColorDark Brown
Hair ColorBlonde
Shoe Size5 UK
ParentsFather: Not Known
Mother: Not Known
Personal Life
Marital StatusUnmarried
Boyfriend/ DatingSingle
Net WorthApprox $2 million USD (As of 2020)
SalaryNot Known
Online Contacts
Social Media LinksTwitter

Amy Alkon Early Life & Career

  • Alkon grew up in Farmington Hills, a wealthy suburb of Detroit, Michigan.
  • She identifies as a weak atheist.
  • Alkon credits her isolation as the catalyst that cultivated her early fondness for reading.
  • Later, she moved to New York City, where she dispensed advice on a street corner in SoHo as one of three women who called themselves “The Advice Ladies.” This was not an occupation, merely a hobby, and their setup was minimal, using only folding chairs and a handmade sign advertising “Free Advice from a Panel of Experts”.
  • She co-authored a book, Free Advice – The Advice Ladies on Love, Dating, Sex, and Relationships with her fellow “Advice Ladies,” Caroline Johnson and Marlowe Minnick.
  • Her next book, a solo project entitled I See Rude People: One Woman’s Battle to Beat Some Manners Into Impolite Society, was released in November, 2009, and was published by McGraw Hill.

Facts about Amy Alkon

  • She has written and spoken of are unruly children.
  • In 2004, the Biography Channel featured Alkon in a series of one-minute shorts called “The Advice Minute With Amy Alkon.”
  • She always carries four days’ supply of salami with her, in case someone serves her some pasta, which she does not eat.
  • Alkon wrote Ask Amy Alkon, an advice column published solely in the New York Daily News.
  • She has an immense fan following on her social media platforms.
  • In 2011, Alkon was threatened with a defamation suit with damages of half a million US dollars by a TSA agent.
  • lkon credits her isolation as the catalyst that cultivated her early fondness for reading.


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