John Ziegler

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Age: 47
Birthplace: Heidelberg, West Germany

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John Ziegler (born March 28, 1967) is a conservative radio talk show host turned documentary film writer/director.

Ziegler's most prominent work in radio has been as the evening (7-10 PM) host of a radio talk show called The John Ziegler Show on KFI AM 640 in Los Angeles, California from January 12, 2004 until November 13, 2007. Talkers Magazine listed John Ziegler as number 54 on their "Heavy Hundred" list of the most important U.S. radio talk show hosts in 2007.

Working with film producer David Bossie of Citizens United, Ziegler was the co-producer, writer and director of a documentary entitled Blocking The Path to 9/11, which premiered in August 2008. Following the November 4, 2008 U.S. presidential election, Ziegler announced that he was working on a second documentary called Media Malpractice... How Obama Got Elected and Palin Was Targeted. Ziegler appeared on the "Today Show" on February 23, 2009 to debut the film.

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