Alvin Donald Hall was born on June 27,1952 and is an American financial adviser, author, and media personality.
10 Facts About Alvin Hall
Alvin Hall studied for a Bachelor of Arts in English at Bowdoin College and a Master of Arts in American literature at the University of North Carolina.
In 1990, Alvin Hall briefly lectured British stockbrokers in London in preparation for the NASD exams in the United States.
Alvin Hall has written books and articles on saving and investing as well as debt management.
Alvin Hall presented Your Money or Your Life on BBC2 and has made various television and radio appearances, including as a panellist on Dave Gorman's Important Astrology Experiment and The Apprentice: You're Fired.
Alvin Hall has written Money Magic for the charitable organisation Quick Reads which encourages people to get back into the habit of reading.
Alvin Hall was involved in Jamie Oliver's programme, Jamie's Dream School.
Alvin Hall is an art collector whose pieces include works by Carroll Dunham, Victoria Morton, Tina Barney, Lee Friedlander, Carrie Mae Weems and Mel Kendrick.
Alvin Hall has presented several finance-related radio programmes for BBC Radio 4, which often broadcast in the period when Radio 4's personal finance programme Money Box is off-air.
Alvin Hall won the Wincott Award for business journalism for his 2006 documentary Jay-Z: From Brooklyn to the Boardroom in which he interviewed and profiled the entrepreneurial rap star Jay-Z.