|Real Name/Full Name:
|Louis Clyde Holder
|60 years old
|22 February 1964
|Murray, Utah, USA
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):
|Is Clyde Lewis Gay?:
|Writer, Cinematographer, Actor
|Net Worth in 2024:
Clyde Lewis is a well-known American radio talk show host and a conspiracy theorist. He is vocal in para-political, paranormal news, and commentary. He is the creator and host of the popular radio show, ‘Ground Zero’ on KXL-FM, which he started in 1995 in Salt Lake City. Common among his theories is that creatures from outer space have come to earth to eat people and ‘farm’ their organs.
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Early Life & Biography
Clyde Lewis was born on 22 February 1964 in Utah, USA. He indicates that he has had a background in Mormonism, which he says influenced his work as a conspiracy theorist. It is within the Mormon faith system to query everything. As a missionary in Argentina, Clyde says he mat Satanists, witches communists, Muslims, and voodoo priests and witnessing telepathy and telekinesis, which stirred his explorations into different belief systems. He has been into three marriages.
Clyde was born in Utah. Clyde Lewis attended Kearns High School and graduated in 1982. His home town is South Lake City but later lives in Portland, Oregon. He has, however, lived in Buenos Aires in Argentina.
He indicates that in his childhood, Clyde would often play lousy guy roles. “I still think that in some ways, I look like a bad guy, but I am now playing heroes.”
Lewis has gone through three marriages and is currently married to Janine Duffy since 15 June 2016.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on 22 February 1964, Clyde Lewis is 60 years old as of today’s date 25th February 2024. His height is 1.92 meters tall, and his weight is 82 kg.
Lewis began his career as a weatherman and reporter at his high school’s TV station. In 1982, Lewis’ first radio experience came in as a producer and engineer at KBBX, a gospel station in Bountiful, Utah.
He later became an LDS missionary in Argentina. He resumed his radio career, becoming the morning show producer for the top radio talent in Salt Lake City at K-LITE 93 FM. Later he joined CNN to create CNN Radio, which featured 24 hours of CNN broadcasts at Salts Lake City’s KCNR.
Lewis started Ground Zero, a show he hosted in 1995 at Salt Lake City. The show began as KULT Radio at KCNR, but one week later, pressure from those who disliked the name made him change it Ground Zero. This show addressed various scopes in political, paranormal, and entertainment topics. After two weeks, the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, he was pressured to change the name of the show, too, but he refused.
Lewis later moved the show to KBER, and it was the top-rated in its time slot in Salt Lake City. However, his remarks at the show on 25 March 1997 invited the FBI to investigate him after he indicated that the night marked by the new moon would be a great night for some cult to commit suicide. Coincidentally, on that night, Heaven’s Gate cult committed suicide at Rancho Santa Fe in California. Clyde had no connection with the cult, however.
In June 2001, the show lost its syndication after he claimed on air that Timothy McVeigh’s pending execution would result in a terrorist attack in the United States. He suggested that this could be stopped by keeping Timothy alive for longer to extract information from him about existing terrorist cells in the country. Ground Zero show has had to move across various radio stations including, KUFO-FM, KROCKS Radio, and KXL –FM.
Ground Zero Lounge had a sub-program of his which he performed at Portland’s Premiere night club, Dantes. This show held its final episode on 7 December 2009. However, in the summer of 2010, Clyde brought back his live audience shows at Masonic lodge in north Portland but received a mixed response. It failed to capture the same energy as before and was subsequently canceled on 29 October 2010. A new bar was opened in Portland to showcase Lewis’s work in 2011.
Clyde has also appeared as a commentator on cable television on two shows: Outside the Box hosted by Alex Ansary and Mad as Hell hosted by Courtney Scott. These shows are both aired by Portland Community Media.
Awards & Achievements
Clyde has been a powerful voice in Commentary and Paranormal news. He has featured in Rolling Stone, Unknown Magazine, and the UFO Magazine.
In 2013, Clyde was selected in the Oregon Association of Broadcasters Award as the Best-On-Air Personality.
Net Worth & Salary of Clyde Lewis in 2024
Clyde Lewis has amassed wealth from various sources. He has a diverse background in news, acting, writing, and radio, where he captivates and entertains audiences across a variety of platforms. These indulgencies have generated income from sponsorships and revenue gathered from content production, such as movies. Clyde has been a model for characters in such books as Safe House by Andrew Vachss, Alen Invasion by Michael Tresca, and Supernatural Law by Batton.
Clyde Lewis has also published his fanzines and co-scripts for radio and television. His show, Ground Zero’s growing fan base, has led to its demand by various radio stations, including KFYI Phoenix, WFLS Tampa, and KXL Portland. This demand and contract agreements with the stations have generated lots of income for him. As of February 2024, He has $500 thousand net worth.
Clyde Lewis has been a bizarre futurist talk show host since he created the Ground Zero show in 1995. He has had to face the force of his critics and fans altogether. He is a die-hard fan for science fiction movies, B-horror. He is also interested in comic books and mythology. Clyde has had to shape his legacy in the field of para-politics and scientific phenomena as a recurring commentator capturing the attention of his audiences with a firm grip.