Michael Eric Dyson is a prominent American academic, opinion writer, a radio anchor, and author. He is best acknowledged as a Sociology professor at prestigious Georgetown University in Washington D.C. As a writer, Dyson has seemingly authored over twenty books including the one based on Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X as well as worked as a staff writer for the New York Times.
Michael Eric Dyson is gleefully married to wife Marcia L. Dyson, a social activist, and political analyst for nearly 3 decades. Although Marcia wasn’t the only love of his life having resisted two broken relationships, Michael does heed and adore her the most.
Globally acknowledged author-professor, Michael private life, and past relationships have been no secret to the world. Unlike most prominent Hollywood celebs, he hasn’t concealed information relating to his romantic affairs and dating history giving a close glimpse of his personal life.
Dyson was primarily wedded to wife Theresa Taylor with whom he had a marital bliss of two years. But soon then the love between them was dead after which the pair decided to go through their separate ways.
After the distressing split from Taylor, he remarried Brenda Joyce after three years and relished a euphoric life for almost a decade. Despite 10 years of togetherness and mutual understanding, the duo confessed that they had decided to separate legally.
The same year he broke with Brenda, Michael had a private nuptial with the love of his life Marcia Louise, a civic-social activist, and lecturer. Ever since then, the couple has been inseparable and reasonably doing great, making a perfect match.
The Georgetown University’s sociology professor Michael is a native of Detroit, Michigan. He was brought up by his stepdad Everett Dyson and mom Addie Mare Leonard who was originally from Alabama.
Intellectual and smart since childhood, he studied at Cranbrook School in Bloomfield, Michigan on scholarship though later dropped out from school and attended Northwestern High School to complete academic.
At the age of 19, Michael became an ordained Baptist parson and subsequently started working at local factories in Detroit to financially support the family. After two years of hard work, he enrolled at Knoxville College but soon transferred and eventually graduated with a degree magna cum laude from Carson-Newman College.
Later, he attended Princeton University in New Jersey from where graduated with and master’s degree and Ph.D. in religion.
The political strategist Michael is quite a charmer with pleasant looks, impressive personality and soaring height of 5 feet 9 inches. Always well-dressed up, he is extremely attractive and good-looking with youthful looks, glowing skin complexion, and charm.
He is one of the much-loved Georgetown University Professors with more than a decade of a career in the field and yet Michael looks as vigorous and evergreen as ever.
Startlingly, the lecturer hasn’t aged a bit ever since he started educating the university alums. He still looks as dashing, handsome and engaging as in his youthful age with glowy visage, gleaming charm, and pleasant personality.
His classic Afro hair with stylish French beard, blemish-free skin and a sweet smile can simply melt-down the heart of anyone with exultation. To further soar the temperature is his charismatic appearance and expressive brown eyes fortified with a spectacle.
The explicit wardrobe choices and eclectic style options of Michael prove how dapper and eye-pleasing he is. Regardless of his age 60, Michael looks as fit as ever with a rugged physique, chiseled chest, and biceps.
When not busy schooling and giving lectures, Michael enjoys his time with family and friends. He is often spotted accompanied by wife Marcia while strolling on the streets, shopping and going on extravagant vacations.
How much is the Net Worth of Michael Eric Dyson? The Award-winning author Michael is reportedly worth an estimated net worth of $700, 000 whereas his annual salary is still under review.
He has predominantly amassed his massive fortune through a coveted role of a professor in numerous universities including Rhode Island’s Brown, Chicago Theological Seminary and Columbia University.
Aside from his work as a Sociology Professor of Georgetown, Dyson has also authored some highly accredited books and non-fiction one including ‘What Truth Sounds Like’ and ‘Born to Use Mics: Reading Nas’s Illmatic’. He even contributes New York Times as a frequent columnist which might earn him a great deal of amount.