Mor Toledano was born in 1985 in Haifa, Israel, and is best known as the wife of author, radio talk show host, and political commentator Ben Shapiro. She is from a Jewish-Moroccan family and practices Orthodox Judaism. Her popularity has risen mainly due to her association with her husband.
The Net Worth of Mor Toledano
How rich is Mor Toledano? As of mid-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is over $1 million, earned through success in various endeavors. Her net worth has also been elevated by her husband who has an estimated net worth that is over $4 million. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life and Education
Not many details are known about Mor’s childhood and her family. It is known that she grew up in Israel, then when she was 12, her family migrated and settled in Sacramento, California. She would later attend the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and during her time there she majored in psychobiology as it leaned towards her interests. She then did two years of developmental neuroscience research at UCLA, which included studying childhood brain development.
After completing her studies, she then went on to attend the David Geffen School of Medicine, which is also located at UCLA. During her time there, she also worked as a Clinical Skills Instructor and developed an interest in bioethics, and founded the annual event called DGSOM UCLA Ethics Symposium. After graduating, she focused particularly on women’s health, including behavioral health. She would go on to become a resident doctor at Woodland Hills Medical Center – her studies are also now available to view online.
While she was undertaking medical studies, she married Ben Shapiro in 2008 which increased her popularity – they had dated for several years before becoming engaged the year prior. The marriage was held in the city of Acre, Israel with both families attending the wedding. Ben Shapiro around this time had developed a lot of popularity as a writer and political commentator – he wrote the book “Brainwashed: How Universities Indoctrinate America’s Youth”, and he is the youngest nationally syndicated columnist in the country. He also does various podcasts, and serves as the editor in chief for The Daily Wire.
The two would go on to have two children, one of whom was a girl who was born with a congenital heart disease called an atrial septal defect, and had to go through open heart surgery at the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, which proved successful. They would go on to have a boy in 2016, two years after they had their daughter. The couple have supported each other throughout each of their careers, and Ben has praised her wife for being able to complete medical school while managing their family.
Personal Life and Hobbies
In Toledano’s free time, she often spends it with her family, which she mentions is her greatest source of inspiration, pride and joy. She is particularly interested in a variety of arts and crafts drawing on her love for the arts from a young age when she discovered drawing. She also loves various television series, and binge watches shows such as “Game of Thrones” and “Friends”. She is interested in medical programs that are innovative, and don’t have too much boundaries so allowing the development of different facets of medicine. She also enjoys her work and is friends with a lot of staff at her hospital. At times, she also attends various musicals, which have included “Wicked” and “Pippin”.
Mor does not have any social media websites on Instagram or Twitter, but she does have a personal Facebook account, which details that she is from Los Angeles, and shares a picture with her husband. However, her page is not regularly updated, or possibly most of its posts are reserved for friends. Her husband Ben on the other hand, is very active on social media, having accounts on Twitter and Instagram, and unsurprisingly posts articles mainly relating to politics, or promoting his projects.
Aside from these, his podcasts are available to listen to online, and some of his public appearances such as on radio and television can be viewed from the online video sharing website YouTube. However, many videos are posted by accounts not associated with him.