Born on October 23, 1958, Michael Eric Dyson is an American academic, author, preacher and radio host who is currently a Professor of Sociology at Georgetown University. He has authored or edited more than twenty books. For more information, read the article below.
Before Fame: He attended Knoxville College, Carson-Newnan College and Princeton University.
Michael Eric Dyson (Mike Dyson) Ethnicity/Religion
Born in Detroit, Michigan, he was born to Addie Mae Leonard. He was adopted and raised by his stepfather, Everett Dyson.
He has been married three times. He was first married to Theresa Taylor in 1977. They divorced in 1979. After Theresa, he was married to Brenda Joyce in 1982. However, they ended up getting a divorce in 1992. He is now currently married to Marcia Louise (m. 1992). For more information, visit his twitter. For more updates, please visit our site as well.
— Michael Eric Dyson (@MichaelEDyson) March 28, 2018
Profile / Wiki / Information
- Full Name: Michael Eric Dyson
- Nicknames: Michael
- Birthday: October 23, 1958
- Age: 59 years old
- Birthplace: Detroit, Michigan, US
- Current Residence: United States
- Education: Knoxville College, Carson-Newman College, Princeton Univeristy
- Profession: Academic, author, preacher, radio host
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity/Race: Black
- Religion: Baptist
- Spouse/Wife: Theresa Taylor (m. 1977; div. 1979) Brenda Joyce (m. 1982; div. 1992) Marcia Louise (m. 1992)
- Children: Not Available
- Net Worth: Not Available
- Height: Not Available
- Weight: Not Available
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Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know
- He was adopted by his stepfather, Everett Dyson.
- He is a Professor of Sociology in Georgetown University.
- Dyson has authored or edited more than twenty books dealing with subjects such as Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr., Marvin Gaye, Nas’s debut album Illmatic, Bill Cosby, Tupac Shakur, and Hurricane Katrina.
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