Hunter Biden

Business Executive

Hunter Biden was born in Wilmington, Delaware, United States on February 4th, 1970 and is the Business Executive. At the age of 53, Hunter Biden biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Robert Hunter Biden, Hunter
Date of Birth
February 4, 1970
United States
Place of Birth
Wilmington, Delaware, United States
53 years old
Zodiac Sign
$1 Million
Businessperson, Lawyer
Hunter Biden Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 53 years old, Hunter Biden has this physical status:

Hair Color
Salt and Pepper
Eye Color
Not Available
Hunter Biden Religion, Education, and Hobbies
Not Available
Not Available
Archmere Academy, Georgetown University
Hunter Biden Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Melissa Cohen
Dating / Affair
Kathleen Buhle (1993-2017), Hallie Olivere (2016-2018), Lunden Alexis Roberts (2018), Melissa Cohen (2019-Present)
Joe Biden, Neilia Biden
Joseph Robinette “Beau” Biden III (Older Brother) (Politician, Attorney, Officer in the Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps) (Died on May 30, 2015), Naomi Christina (Younger Sister) (Died in an automobile accident at the age of one)
Other Family
Catherine Eugenia “Jean” Biden (née Finnegan) (Paternal Grandmother), Joseph Robinette Biden Sr. (Paternal Grandfather), Natalie (Niece), Robert Hunter Biden II (Nephew), Jill Biden (Stepmother) (Educator), Ashley Biden (Younger Stepsister)
Hunter Biden Career

After graduating from law school in 1996, Biden accepted a consultant position at the bank holding company MBNA, whose employees donated more than $200,000 into Joe Biden's senate campaigns. MBNA's hiring of Biden was controversial because his father had pushed for credit card legislation which was beneficial to the credit card industry and was supported by MBNA during Biden's time at the bank. The legislation made it more difficult to get bankruptcy protection. This led to Byron York of National Review referring to Joe Biden, years later, as "the senator from MBNA" referencing the close relationship between the two. By 1998, Hunter Biden had risen to the rank of executive vice president at MBNA. Biden departed from MBNA in 2001. He then left to serve at the United States Department of Commerce, focusing on ecommerce policy for President Bill Clinton's administration. Biden then became a lobbyist, co-founding the firm of Oldaker, Biden & Belair. According to Adam Entous of The New Yorker, Biden and his father established a relationship in which "Biden wouldn't ask Hunter about his lobbying clients, and Hunter wouldn't tell his father about them."

Hunter Biden was appointed to a five-year term on the board of directors of Amtrak by President George W. Bush in 2006. Biden was the board's vice chairman from July 2006 until 2009; he was replaced as Vice Chairman in January and resigned from the board in February, shortly after his father became vice president. Biden said during his father's vice-presidential campaign that it was time for his lobbying activities to end.

Naval career

Biden's application for a position in the U.S. Navy Reserve was approved in May 2013. At age 43, Biden was accepted as part of a program that allows a limited number of applicants with desirable skills to receive commissions and serve in staff positions. Biden received an age-related waiver and a waiver due to a past drug-related incident; he was sworn in as a direct commission officer. Joe Biden administered his commissioning oath in a White House ceremony.

The following month, Biden tested positive for cocaine during a urinalysis test and was subsequently discharged administratively. Biden attributed the result to smoking cigarettes he had accepted from other smokers, claiming the cigarettes were laced with cocaine. He chose not to appeal the matter as it was unlikely that the panel would believe his explanation given his history with drugs and also due to the likelihood of news leaking to the press; it was ultimately revealed to The Wall Street Journal by a Navy official who provided the information.


Hunter Biden used FBI contacts to help Chinese business partner arrested for bribery, March 30, 2023
Hunter Biden used contacts in the FBI to help his Chinese business partner who was arrested for bribery, emails reveal. The news comes as a whistleblower claims Hunter used a top former or current FBI official to funnel secret bureau information to his Chinese business partners. Patrick Ho - convicted of bribery and money laundering in 2018 - was secretary general of CEFC, the Chinese oil giant Hunter partnered with, and which sent the Biden family more than $5million. The first son described Ho as the 'f***ing spy chief of China', and court documents show he was under surveillance by federal law enforcement in an espionage-related investigation. But that didn't stop Hunter taking a $1million wire payment to represent Ho as his attorney before he was arrested in November 2017, or offering to help use his alleged FBI contacts to glean information on the case against his Chinese Communist Party-connected client. The day of Ho's arrest, one of his attorneys emailed Hunter asking for 'the names of the FBI agents you spoke with' - to which Hunter replied: 'Working on it'

Scandal-hit Hunter makes video of him working on art with voiceover of quotes from Morgan Freeman, March 29, 2023
A video showed the president's son working on a piece earlier this week while listening to clips of Morgan Freeman in the 2001 film Along Came a Spider. 'You're born with a gift …And what you're good at, you don't take for granted,' Freeman says in character as Detective Alex Cross. 'You don't betray it.' Biden, wearing a pair of Crocs to go along with his sweats, then hears Monica Potter in the film ask Freeman 'What if you do betray your gift?' 'Then you betray yourself,' Freeman responds. 'That's a sad thing.'

Karine Jean-Pierre AVOIDS question on Chinese payments to Hunter and Hallie, March 23, 2023
Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre would not bite Wednesday when asked about President Joe Biden's family members receiving more than $1 million from an associate who entered into business with a Chinese energy company. On Thursday, the GOP-led House Oversight Committee put out a report based on bank records that showed that Hunter Biden's business associate John R. Walker had received a $3 million wire transfer from Chinese State Energy HK Limited, a firm affiliated with CEFC China Energy

Joe Biden's Son Hunter Biden Reportedly Married In Secret -- Only a Month After Breakup With Brother's Widow!!, June 12, 2019

Welcome to the family! Joe Biden‘s son Hunter Biden was secretly married in Los Angeles on May 16, TMZ reports. But it’s (thankfully) not to his sister-in-law! Related: ‘SNL’ Calls Out Joe Biden As ‘Behind The Times’ In Devastating Critique The second oldest son of the former Vice President wed a South African woman named Melissa Cohen by an El Lay minister who runs an instant marriage company. The 49-year-old was previously in a relationship with the wife of his older brother Beau Biden, who passed away of brain cancer on May 30, 2015. In early May 2019, reports said Hunter and Hallie Biden had gone their separate ways after two years together, so he definitely moves on quickly if this new marital report is true! The reports of their breakup came just a week after the official confirmation that Joe would be seeking the 2020 Democratic nomination. In 2017, the presidential hopeful confirmed the relationship to Page Six between his son and daughter-in-law:

“We are all lucky that Hunter and Hallie found each other as they were putting their lives together again after such sadness. They have mine and Jill’s full and complete support and we are happy for them.”