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Keith Ablow (Keith Russell Ablow) was born on 23 November, 1961 in Marblehead, Massachusetts, U.S., is an American novelist and psychiatrist. Discover Keith Ablow's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is he in this year and how he spends money? Also learn how he earned most of networth at the age of 62 years old?

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Age 62 years old
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Born 23 November, 1961
Birthday 23 November
Birthplace Marblehead, Massachusetts, U.S.
Nationality United States

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Keith Russell Ablow (born November 23, 1961) is an American author, television personality, and former psychiatrist.

He is a former contributor for Fox News Channel and TheBlaze.


Ablow attended Marblehead High School, graduating in 1979.


He graduated from Brown University in 1983, magna cum laude, with a Bachelor of Science degree in neurosciences.


He received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Johns Hopkins Medical School in 1987 and completed his psychiatry residency at the Tufts-New England Medical Center.


He was Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology in psychiatry in 1993 and forensic psychiatry in 1999.

While a medical student, he worked as a reporter for Newsweek and a freelancer for The Washington Post and Baltimore Sun and USA Today.

After his residency, Ablow served as medical director of the Tri-City Mental Health Centers and then became medical director of Heritage Health Systems and Associate Medical Director of Boston Regional Medical Center.

Ablow has written columns for publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report, USA Today, Newsweek, The Baltimore Sun, The Boston Herald and

He has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, The Howard Stern Show, Good Morning America, CBS Early Show, Larry King Live, The Tyra Banks Show, Nancy Grace (CNN) program, Catherine Crier Live, The Dr. Oz Show, Fox & Friends, Geraldo, Imus, Montel, Inside Edition, Showbiz Tonight, and The O'Reilly Factor.

Ablow has written 15 books, some published by the American Psychiatric Association, been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association and written for Psychiatric Times.


From June 2006 through September 2007, Ablow was host and executive producer of his own national daily talk show, The Dr. Keith Ablow Show, syndicated by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution.

Since his show's cancellation, Ablow has been a contributing editor for Good Housekeeping and a columnist for the New York Post.


Formerly an assistant clinical professor at Tufts University School of Medicine, Ablow resigned as a member of the American Psychiatric Association in 2011, in protest to the APA's tacit support of transgender surgeries, which he considered irresponsible.

In April 2011, Ablow wrote a health column for which criticized designer Jenna Lyons for publishing an advertisement in the J. Crew catalogue in which she was depicted painting her young son's toenails hot pink.

Ablow wrote that gender distinctions are "part of the magnificent synergy that creates and sustains the human race."

The column sparked a controversy around his claims that painting a child's toenails pink could have an effect on their gender identity and led to accusations of overreaction, as was reported upon by numerous news media sources.


During the 2012 Republican primary, Ablow wrote a column arguing that Newt Gingrich’s three marriages actually made him more qualified to be president.

He wrote: "When three women want to sign on for life with a man who is now running for president, I worry more about whether we'll be clamoring for a third Gingrich term, not whether we'll want to let him go after one."

The column was harshly criticized, with Rod Dreher, of The American Conservative, commenting thus: "Oh for frack's sake. At some point, you have to wonder when shamelessness crosses the line from character defect to psychopathology. If only Dr. Leo Spaceman were a Republican, he could have a lucrative career on Fox."


In 2013, Ablow said that marriage had "died" because of same-sex marriage.


In 2014, he likened same-sex marriage to polygamous relationships or bestiality.

He has linked gay parenting to sexual abuse of children.

In June 2014, Ablow accused the 2014 World Cup of having been a plot by President Barack Obama to distract America from what Ablow believed were Obama administration scandals.

In August 2014, as a guest co-host on the Fox News show, Outnumbered, Ablow criticized First Lady Michelle Obama's weight, stating "she needs to drop a few [pounds]."

He told the women panelists on the show that they also needed to lose weight.

In October 2014, concerning the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, Ablow, on Fox News, promoted a conspiracy theory that Obama wanted Ebola to spread to America because he wanted America to suffer as much as poor countries.

He stated that President Obama was not protecting the United States from Ebola because his "affiliations" and "affinities" were more with Africa than with America.

His Ebola comments drew criticism, including from Fox television host Greg Gutfeld.


In May 2015, on another segment of Outnumbered, Ablow stated that he believed that men should be able to "veto" women's abortions.

Ablow was chief spokesperson and brand ambassador for Golo, a company that sells a weight loss supplement.

Progressive media watchdog group Media Matters for America raised questions about whether Ablow's endorsement of Golo violates Fox News' policy against product endorsements.

The Associated Press has reported that Ablow "freely mixes psychiatric assessments with political criticism, a unique twist in the realm of cable news commentary that some medical colleagues find unethical."

Ablow has, for instance, frequently diagnosed former President Barack Obama as having "abandonment issues," without ever having met or treated the former president.

He has asserted that Obama dislikes the United States, that he prefers Africa to the United States, and wants the United States to dissolve.


He contributed commentary and analysis for the Fox News Channel until 2017.


Ablow's medical license was suspended in May 2019 by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Medicine.

The board concluded he posed an "immediate and serious threat to the public health, safety and welfare", alleging that he had engaged in sexual and unethical misconduct towards patients.

According to the Associated Press, Ablow "freely mixes psychiatric assessments with political criticism, a unique twist in the realm of cable news commentary that some medical colleagues find unethical."

Ablow was born in Marblehead, Massachusetts, the son of Jewish parents Jeanette Norma and Allan Murray Ablow.