Jordan Peterson Bio, Age, Wife, Net Worth, Health, Conservative, Salary, Religion

Jordan Peterson Biography

Jordan Peterson is a Canadian clinical psychologist, professor of psychology, YouTube personality, and author. In the late 2010s, he began to gain widespread attention for his conservative views on cultural and political issues.


How old is Jordan Peterson? – Age

He is 59 years old as of 12 June 2020. He was born Jordan Bernt Peterson in 1962 in Edmonton, Canada.

Jordan Peterson Family

He is the firstborn son of Walter and Beverley Peterson and has two siblings. Beverley worked as a librarian at Grande Prairie Regional College’s Fairview campus, and Walter was a teacher. Bernt is his middle name, after his Norwegian great-grandfather.

Is Jordan Peterson married? – Wife

Peterson married Tammy Roberts in 1989, and the couple has two children: Mikhaila and Julian. Following Peterson’s rise to fame, his daughter Mikhaila has amassed an online following and advises people to eat only meat.

Jordan Peterson Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of  $7 Million.

What did Jordan Peterson study? – Education

Peterson attended Grande Prairie Regional College after graduating from Fairview High School in 1979 to study political science and English literature. He researched the psychological origins of the Cold War, as well as the works of Carl Jung, Friedrich Nietzsche, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, and Fyodor Dostoevsky. He moved to Montreal in 1985 to pursue his Ph.D. in clinical psychology at McGill University.

How much money does Jordan Peterson make? – Salary

He earns an annual salary of $80,000.

Jordan Peterson Health

Peterson developed a severe autoimmune reaction to food in 2016 and was prescribed clonazepam. In late 2016, he embarked on a strict diet consisting solely of meat and a few vegetables. In 2018, he stopped eating vegetables and only ate beef. To deal with the anxiety caused by his wife’s cancer diagnosis, his drug dosage was increased in April 2019. Several months later, he suffered from “horrible” benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome, including akathisia.

He traveled to Russia for treatment in January 2020 and was placed in a medically induced coma. His daughter announced in August 2020 that he had contracted COVID-19 during his hospital stay in Serbia.

Jordan Peterson Photo
Jordan Peterson Photo

Is Jordan Peterson Religious? – Religion

In a video posted in October 2020, Peterson stated that he would be able to resume creating original content and pick up where he left off. According to Daniel Burston, Peterson’s views on religion reflect a preoccupation with what Tillich refers to as the vertical or transcendent dimension of religious experience but little or no familiarity with (or sympathy for) the horizontal dimension of faith.

Jordan Peterson Conservative

According to The Wall Street Journal’s Yoram Hazony, Peterson is the “most significant conservative thinker to appear in the English-speaking world in a generation,” while critics see him as a far-right boogeyman riding the wave of a misogynistic backlash. Because his words are a kind of Rorschach test onto which countless interpretations can be projected, he has been viewed as everything from a fascist apologist to an Enlightenment liberal.

Jordan Peterson Youtube

Peterson created the JordanPetersonVideos YouTube channel in 2013 and immediately began uploading recordings of lectures and interviews. After three years of basic uploading of course videos, he announced an interest in cleaning up existing content and improving future content in March 2016. As of August 2018, the channel had over 1.8 million subscribers and his videos had over 65 million views. By January 2021, the channel had 3.4 million subscribers and over 200 million total views. His use of the crowdfunding platform Patreon resulted in a significant increase in project funding. Jordan B. Peterson has received funding for a number of projects and lecture series through the P2P crowdfunding platform.

He deleted his P3P account in January 2019 in protest of the platform’s controversial banning of another content creator. After deleting his account, he announced the launch of Thinkspot, a new free speech-focused social networking and crowdfunding platform.