Bill Schulz

United States

Bill Schulz Bio

Who is Bill Schulz

American journalist, writer, and television personality. Regular panelist, writer and producer on Red Eye w/Tom Shillue. Schulz is also a freelance writer and a former senior editor of Stuff Magazine. He's also written for the New York Times.

Early Life (Childhood)

He grew up in Lake Forest, Illinois where he attended high school in at Lake Forest Academy. Then he went to Emerson College, where he received a print journalism degree in 1998. He started working for Red Eye when it debuted in 2007.

Interesting Facts

While on Red Eye, he voiced a caricature of the New York Times newspaper called Pinch, which referred to Arthur Ochs Sulzberger. Schulz's final appearance on Red Eye was on November 7, 2013, and his departure was officially announced on November 22.

Personal Life

Schulz is a huge Chicago sports fan, specifically the White Sox, Bears & Bulls. He has two brothers: Alfred & Jonathan. Bill Schulz is the great-grandson of businessman Henry M. Dawes, who was the son of Civil War officer Rufus Dawes, who was himself the great-grandson of William Dawes, who famously rode with Paul Revere before the Battle of Lexington & Concord at the beginning of the American Revolution.