Cable news is the town square of 21st century America, where opinionated people gather to discuss, debate and denounce the developments of the day. Ellis shares his views and commentary on the major cable channels — CNN, MSNBC, Fox News and more. Wherever he appears, he brings sharp insights, lively banter and a relaxed delivery.…Details
Police commissioner Ray Kelly, NFL coach Sean Payton, Navy SEAL commander Rorke Denver, baseball great Dwight Gooden, Florida governor Charlie Crist, furniture titan John Bassett III, NASCAR legend Michael Waltrip—they’ve all turned to Ellis for help sharing their remarkable stories with the world. And why not? We are blessed today with a hugely powerful array…Details
Ellis has written a dozen books for major New York publishers on a wide variety of topics—politics, sports, business, military and current affairs. His books have provoked controversy, earned excellent reviews and landed repeatedly on the New York Times bestseller list.
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Nothing beats live! As a keynote speaker, panel moderator, live interviewer or event MC, Ellis is frequently asked to share his inside knowledge and predictions with professional associations, business groups, universities and other groups. Whatever the specific topic—politics, the media, social trends, celebrity, business or the economy—he builds his presentations around entertaining stories and anecdotes,…Details
It’s Trump’s America now. We just live here, looking for meaning, shaking our heads and making the best of things. Every Monday, Ellis writes his popular Trump’s America column for the global Metro papers including Metro New York, Metro Philadelphia, Metro Boston and in the fine Metro papers around the world. Read the latest installments…Details
About Ellis Henican
ELLIS HENICAN is a New York Times bestselling author, a Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper columnist and a popular TV news pundit. He is also the voice of Stormy on the hit Cartoon Network series Sealab 2021. Ellis is a born storyteller. His How to Catch a Russian Spy, written with American double-agent Naveed Jamali (Scribner), was called “the funniest book I read” by Washington Post critic Carlos Lozada and is being made into a feature film by director Marc Webb (500 Days of Summer, The Amazing Spider Man) for Twentieth Century Fox. Ellis wrote the ground-breaking Vigilance with longtime New York City police commissioner Ray Kelly (Hachette Books) and Worth Dying For with Navy SEAL commander Rorke Denver (Howard Books), a follow-up to their special-ops Read More
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