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How rich is Tyler Henry?

How rich is Tyler Henry?

Name: Tyler Henry Koelewyn

Born: January 13, 1996

Occupation: Clairvoyant medium and television personality

Tyler Henry, fair use
Tyler Henry, fair use

Tyler Henry was born on January 13, 1996 in Hanford California.

Living just outside of Fresno, he attend the Sierra Pacific High School, where he graduated on an accelerated academic program. He did have plans to attend college in order to enter a hospice nurse career. This was derailed when he discovered that he had special gifts.

It is unknown if Tyler is in a relationship. He is openly homosexual.

Tyler first came across his medium-like talents when he was just 10 years old. His mother would consistently say that he was unlike other children and would say things other kids simply wouldn’t utter. Tyler knew he was a medium in 2006 soon after the passing of his grandmother.

Rather than embracing a hospice nursing career, Tyler would provide clairvoyant services to a wide variety of Hollywood celebrities, such as Snooki, Tom Arnold, Monica Potter, Amber Rose, Bella Thorne and Jaime Pressly.

The news of his gifts made the rounds around town as the E! Network approached Tyler to have his own show called “Hollywood Medium With Tyler Henry.” Following a successful premiere, the network ordered two additional episodes for the 10-episode season. The network announced in March 2016 that it had ordered a second season.

At the same time, it was confirmed that Tyler would be penning his very first memoir with Gallery Books entitled “Between Two Worlds.” The book concentrates on what it is like living as a medium, from a young teen all the way to adulthood. It will also highlight his courage and search for acceptance. He goes on tour in November 2016.

For much of 2016, Tyler has appeared on a wide variety of television programs, such as “Today,” “The Insider,” “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” “Extra” and “Access Hollywood.”

Despite his newfound popularity, Tyler has been met with skepticism and criticism. Susan Gerbic, an American skeptic activist, called Tyler a “grief vampire,” someone who preys on families who are in desperate situations or in mourning of a lost loved one. Sharon Hill, a science writer, also dismissed Tyler’s supposed gift, explaining that the success of his show stems from “craftily editing.” Bobby Finger went as far as saying Tyler’s show is the worst thing on all of television. Tyler hasn’t been affected by the criticisms because he welcomes skepticism.

We estimate that Tyler Henry’s $1.5 million (2016).

So how much is $1.5 million really?

$1.5 million can help pay for a reading with Tyler Henry. $1.5 million can also buy you a nice apartment in Hollywood.


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