Andy Ngo Biography and Wiki
Andy Ngo is an American conservative journalist, author, and social media personality. He is well known for covering and videotaping demonstrators. He is also the editor-at-large of a Canadian conservative news website called The Post Millennial.
Ngo worked as a multimedia editor for the Portland State Vanguard, a student newspaper while attending Portland State University (PSU). In 2016, he covered a Don’t Shoot Portland protest in which a man drew a gun on a throng of demonstrators.
Ngo gained national notoriety in 2017 after being sacked from the Vanguard and accusing the publication of terminating him because of his conservative political opinions. As a PSU graduate student, he filmed a discussion by Christina Hoff Sommers, a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute noted for her critique of the women’s movement, on March 5, 2018, at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland.
The program was disrupted by student protesters who used no-platforming tactics, forcing the discussion to finish early. Ngo shared photographs and video footage of students gathered on the platform, chanting and playing music to drown out Sommers’ speech.
He published a story in the New York Post in 2019 suggesting that numerous hate incidents reported to police in Portland, Oregon were falsified. He was working for The Post Millennial, a conservative Canadian news website, by June 2020.
Ngo describes himself as The Post Millennial’s editor-at-large. As of February 2021, he was a regular guest on Fox News, where he aired his fears about the risks presented by the left on at least two dozen occasions.
Andy Ngo Age
Ngo is about 34–35 years old as of 2021, he was born in 1986/1987 in Portland, Oregon USA.
Andy Ngo Height and Weight
Ngo stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches with a moderate weight of 72 Kg.
Andy Ngo Family and Parents
Ngo’s parents immigrated to Vietnam in 1978 as Vietnamese boat people after rejecting forced labor and re-education camps by the communist government. His mother ran a jewelry business while his father worked as a police officer in a small coastal town in Vietnam.
Ngo, who was raised in a Buddhist home, turned to Christianity in high school. He grew disillusioned with Christianity after a period of time as an evangelical Christian and became interested in skepticism. He afterward became an atheist.
Andy Ngo Education
Ngo graduated with a graphic design degree from the University of California, Los Angeles. In 2015, he enrolled in a master’s program at Portland State University for political science, with a focus on international relations and comparative politics
Andy Ngo Wife and Married
Ngo has not disclosed any information on his marital status and relationships. It is not known whether he is married or in a relationship right now. His wife and spouse will soon be updated.
Andy Ngo Pronunciation
Ngo is a Vietnamese surname. There have been significant Ngô Dynasties and heroic characters named Ngô throughout Vietnam’s history, such as Ngô Quyn. The most commonly Anglicized translation of Ngô is simply “No/Know” (although this is unlike the Vietnamese version).
Andy Ngo’s Net Worth
Ngo has an estimated net worth of $100,000-$500,000 as of 2022.