• Dr. Emmanuel Hostin is an American doctor, orthopedic surgeon, and member of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery.
• He attended The John Hopkins University’s School of Medicine and received his fellowship from the University of Pennsylvania Healthcare System.
• He is affiliated with several prestigious medical centers, including the Mount Sinai Hospital's Mount Sinai West, and Lenox Hill Hospital.
• He is married to television personality, lawyer, and columnist Sunny Hostin, with whom he has two children.
• His net worth is estimated to be around $1 million.
Who is Emmanuel Hostin?
Dr. Emmanuel Hostin is an American doctor, who is widely recognized for being the orthopedic surgeon, currently affiliated with several Mount Sinai as well as the Northwell Health’s Lenox Hill Hospital in the New York City. However, he is probably best known to the public as the spouse of popular American lawyer, television personality and columnist Sunny Hostin.
Early Life & Education
Emmanuel Hostin was born under the zodiac sign of Virgo on the 5th September 1971, in the New York City’s Long Island, and is of American nationality and African American ethnicity with a bit of Jewish ancestry as well. He attended The John Hopkins University’s School of Medicine from which he graduated in 1996, earning his degree in Orthopedic Surgery. Additionally, in 2001 he also received his fellowship from the University of Pennsylvania Healthcare System where, as a member of the Pennsylvania Hospital, he trained in Sports Medicine.
After receiving the New York State medical license in 2002, Hostin was also appointed as a member of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery.
As a skilled and experienced orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Emmanuel has currently been affiliated with several prestigious medical centers such as one of the US’s ‘largest and most respected hospitals, internationally known for its excellent clinical care’, the Mount Sinai Hospital‘s Mount Sinai West, as well as the Mount Sinai St. Luke’s. He is also one of the leading medical experts within the Lenox Hill Hospital, which in September 2018 was listed as one of the US’s 100 Best Hospitals.
During the catastrophic Haiti earthquakes in January 2010, Dr. Hostin voluntarily served as a member of several of Mount Sinai’s medical missions.
The 48-year-old Emmanuel is in a long-term marriage with Sunny Hostin. The couple married in August 1998, and in the course of the past two decades welcomed two children – a son named Gabriel born in August 2002 and a daughter named Paloma born in May 2006.
Alongside Alvin Clayton, Hostin is the co-owner of the Alvin & Friends restaurant located in New Rachelle, New York. With his family, he resides in a 22-room 1920s Tudor style villa in Purchase, New York.
Wife Sunny Hostin
Asunción ‘Sunny’ Cummings was born on the 20th October 1968, in New York City’s borough of The Bronx, under the zodiac sign of Libra, the only child of Rosa Beza and William Cummings. She is of American nationality with some Puerto Rican descent through her mother’s side.
After matriculating from an all-girls Catholic college preparatory school named Dominican Academy, Sunny enrolled at Binghamton University from which she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Rhetoric. She continued her education attending the University of Notre Dame’s Law School in Indiana, from which she obtained her Juris Doctor’s degree.
Sunny dived into the world of law in the early 1990s, when she became a law clerk of Robert M. Bell, who at that time served as the Chief Judge for the Maryland Court of Appeals.
She later joined the US Department of Justice’s Anti-trust Division, serving as its trial attorney, before being appointed the federal prosecutor in charge of child sex crimes. For her efforts in prosecuting sex offenders, Sunny was honored with the International Association of Prosecutors’ Special Achievement Award. Prior to her television career, she also served as the Managing Director of Intelligence and Investigations for one of the leading risk consulting companies, Kroll Inc.
Sunny’s debut on-camera engagement occurred in mid-2000s, when she appeared as Court TV’s commentator. This was followed with a series of appearances on the “Is It Legal?” segment of the Fox News Channel’s talk show “The O’Reilly Factor”, as well as with the position of legal analyst for CNN’s flagship three-hour newscast “American Morning”. In 2011 she began appearing in “Anderson Cooper 360°” news program. before in 2012 joining ABC’s news broadcast “World News Now”.
To greater prominence Sunny came in 2013 when she began serving as a co-host of the ABC’s talk show “The View”, in which she continues to appear. For her endeavors on the show, she’s been nominations three in consecutive years for the prestigious Daytime Emmy Award in 2017, ‘18 and ‘19. Additionally, since 2016 she regularly appears as the Senior Legal Correspondent for the news section of the ABC’s flagship morning broadcast “Good Morning America”. Other notable Sunny Hostin’s on-camera appearances include shows such as “Jeopardy!”, “Entertainment Tonight” as well as “Good Morning America Weekend Edition”.
— Sunny Hostin (@sunny) November 26, 2019
Apart from the abovementioned, in 2017 she made a cameo appearance in the critically praised comedy drama movie “Girls Trip”, while since June 2019 she serves as the host of the Investigation Discovery’s TV documentary series “Truth About Murder with Sunny Hostin“.
Emmanuel Hostin’s wealth, as of early 2020, is estimated to figure around the sum of $1 million, with an annual income of at least $180,000. In addition, his wife Sunny has a net worth currently estimated at $3 million, so it can be concluded that the Hostin family enjoys a lavish lifestyle.