Felix Biederman Bio, Age, Height, Chapo Trap House and Net Worth

Who is  Felix Biederman?

Felix Biederman is an American podcast host. He is popularly known as one of the co-founders of the extremely popular left-wing podcast Chapo Trap House.

Detailed  Felix Biederman Biography?

Felix grew up in the Hyde Park area of Chicago, Illinois, But now lives in Brooklyn, NY. Though not a fan of his time spent in school, Felix attended the University of St Thomas in Minneapolis, Minnesota.The University of St. Thomas (also known as St. Thomas) is a private, Roman Catholic, liberal arts, and archdiocesan university located in St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota. Founded in 1885 as a Catholic seminary, it is named after Thomas Aquinas, the medieval Catholic theologian and philosopher who is the patron saint of students. St. Thomas currently enrolls nearly 10,000 students, making it Minnesota’s largest private, non-profit university. Julie Sullivan became its 15th president in 2013.

Founded in 1885 by John Ireland, archbishop of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, St. Thomas began as an all-male, Catholic seminary. In 1894, the liberal arts program became an independent college through a gift from local railroad tycoon James J. Hill, who provided funds to establish the Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity apart from the college. In 1903, the College of St. Thomas established a military program on campus, and it was officially termed a military school by the U.S. War Department in 1906. Initially, the school gave out two-year diplomas in commercial and classical programs before awarding its first academic degrees in 1915. In 1922, military training became optional.

From the late 1920s through the mid-1930s, the Holy Cross Fathers, who run the University of Notre Dame, controlled the college’s administration. The diocese called those priests in to help with the school’s financial problems; those priests were known as a crisis intervention team of sorts for parochial schools of that time. During World War II, St. Thomas served as a training base for naval officers, which kept the school open when men who would have attended college were fighting in the war. After the war, in 1948, the college established “Tom Town” on the eastern end of the lower quadrant, which is currently the site to the O’Shaughnessey-Frey Library and O’Shaughnessey Education Center. Tom Town, made of 20 double-dwelling huts, consisted of white, barrack-like housing units for faculty, students and their families. The units helped to meet housing demand after World War II.


After graduating from high school, Felix worked as part of the gym staff at the University of Chicago, located in Hyde Park, the area where Felix lived. Following his stint in college, Felix moved to NYC pursuing a job in waste management, but that career never developed into reality. Over the years, he has also done freelancing writing for outlets like New York Observer and Deadspin. He met fellow co-founders Will Menaker and Matt Christman years before the Chapo Trap House podcast came into being.

Along with Menaker and Christman, Felix tweeted about politics and developed a small following for his commentary on current issues. Later, he appeared together with Menaker and Christman as guests on the podcast Street Fight Radio.

Felix Biederman Chicago

He grew up in the Hyde Park section of Chicago, Illinois, and has said he hated it because it is a “very stratified, snobbish area” full of “well-meaning liberal people that live in this city that is operated by criminals in the Democratic Party who know what should be done to ameliorate the horrors that they see all around them but don’t personally affect them.” He grew bored of the area and says he left as soon as he “figured out how trains work.”

Following high school, he worked in the gym at the University of Chicago (located in his hometown of Hyde Park), and eventually attended and graduated from the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. Of his schooling, he has said he “] hated” it, was “bad at it,” “bad at feigning interest” in it, and bad at doing what he was supposed to do while there. After graduation from the University of St. Thomas he moved to New York City for a job in the waste management industry that never materialized.

Felix Biederman University of Chicago

Biederman frequently notes his experiences growing up in the Hyde Park area of Chicago, close to the University of Chicago, as pushing his thinking far to the left of mainstream liberalism and Democratic Party ideology.

In 2017 he told an interviewer:

“Growing up in Hyde Park, you’re surrounded by this environment of meritocratic achievement and cultural liberalism, and from the time I had conscious thought, it kind of disgusted me. It’s a lot of children of U. of C. [University of Chicago] people and other upper-middle-class people talking about being on the waitlist at Brown from the time they’re in seventh grade. And I really didn’t like it at all.”

Biederman describes Chicago as “a city born in segregation and inequality and racist policing and murderous extralegal executions” that was from “very early on” a “testing ground for penalizing the poorest people for existing.”

Beiderman has said that he believes the novel Native Son by author Richard Wright is “one of the best American books ever.” Published in 1940, Native Son is the story of a young black man growing up in poverty and racism in Depression-era Chicago. The man accidentally suffocates a young leftist white woman who has befriended him, and then tries to frame her Communist Party friends for the murder. In a futile effort to evade capture, he ends up brutally killing his girlfriend, and is eventually convicted and sentenced to death.

Felix Biederman Chapo Trap House

Biederman is one of three co-founders and regular co-hosts of Chapo Trap House (Chapo), a for-profit socialist podcast. As of March 2019, Chapo was reportedly grossing more than $120,000 per month through the website Patreon.Commenting on the appeal of Chapo, Biederman has said that it “can be very isolating” to advocate for far-left opinions, such as the “brutality of our foreign policy” or the “inefficacy of liberalism’s current form.” He notes the show’s fans often write in to thank the hosts with such praise as “I thought I was the only person who felt this way” and “this keeps me from intentionally smashing my car into a divider on the way to work.” He characterizes his objectives for Chapo as to produce a show for such people that “just makes people’s days easier.”

Biederman has also noted it is particularly gratifying when listeners use information obtained on the show to agitate for policy changes. One example he cites is a student listener who went to see former U.S. diplomat Dennis Ross speak, and then used the opportunity to challenge Ross about American policy toward Saudi Arabia. Biederman says the ability to inspire that behavior in listeners is “better than anything I ever thought I could do in my life.”

Motivating listeners to act is an important objective. He says the animating principle for the show must be more than mere opposition to a particular political force, such as President Trump: “If you build it all around resisting Trump and not about what you’re going to give people, are you going to get them to vote a year from now?

What is  Felix Biederman Age?

Born on May 31st, 1981, USA.

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Felix Biederman Height

He stands at a fair height and has a fair body weight to match her height.


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