Kevin de Leon – About, Quick Bio, Measurement, Net worth and Trivia

Kevin De Leon


Kevin de León, formally known as Kevin Alexander León, was born on December 10, 1966. He is a member of the Democratic Party and was a candidate in the 2022 Los Angeles mayoral election.

De León formerly served as the 50th president pro tempore of the California State Senate. In addition, he has been an educator, activist, and community organizer.

He is also a distinguished Climate, Environmental Justice, and Health fellow. Join us and celebrate the first Hispanic American to hold the president pro tempore of the California State Senate position in over 130 years!


Full Name:                         Kevin Alexander León


Nickname:                              KDL


Birth date:                               December 10, 1966


Zodiac Sign:                              Sagittarius


Height:                                         5′ 10″


Relationship Status:                Single


 Kevin is about 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs about 73 kg or 160 lbs. There are few records about his body measurements; however, he likes wearing shoe sizes 7 US.

His zodiac sign is Sagittarius, which explains his very hardworking and career-oriented personality. However, he cares equally for his loved ones, especially his family.


As of 2023, Kevin’s Networth is about $5 million. His primary source of income is from his career as a politician and a mayor.
He has not revealed many details about his assets and properties.


 Kevin is single as of now. He has not revealed any information on his dating life and relationship.

There is also no information on if he has any children or not. He has only revealed his professional career and not his personal life.

 Early Life

Kevin de León was born on December 10, 1966, to Carmen Osorio and Andrés León in Los Angeles. His parents were born in Guatemala, though his father may have been of full or partial Chinese descent. In the 1960s, his mother, a single mom of two children, moved from Guatemala to Tijuana, Mexico.

De León’s mother later moved to Los Angeles. She worked as a housekeeper before she met De León’s father, who wasn’t in the picture for most of his childhood. Later, his mother met and married a man of Mexican descent, after which she relocated to San Diego.

His mother eventually divorced him and single-handedly raised her kids in the Logan Heights neighborhood. De León also spent portions of his youth living close to his stepfather’s family in Tijuana.

He was the first in his family to graduate from high school, after which he briefly attended the University of California, Santa Barbara, then dropped out.

He later earned a bachelor’s degree from Pitzer College in 2003, and it was while attending UC Santa Barbara he began going by Kevin de De León.


De León first runs for office against Christine Chavez, defeating her to replace Jackie Goldberg as the California state assembly member.

In 2010, He is elected to the California State Senate. He makes significant progress in his career – becoming a state senate president pro tempore.

In 2016, He led the charge in passing 11 bills to curb gun violence.


  • His ballot initiative, ‘No Place Like Home,’ legally committed California to 100% clean energy by 2045.
  • He is the first person in Californian history to serve as a chair of the appropriations committee in the Assembly and the State.
  • Although known in political circles as Kevin de León, he is not legally changing his name.
  • He was featured in the magazine after spearheading a bill (the first law in the United States that required affirmative consent) to prevent sexual assault on college campuses.
  • Kevin De Leon and Alan Krashesky are both popular American politicians.


1. What is Kevin de León’s occupation?

Currently, he is a professor at U.C.L.A. Luskin School of Public Affairs.

2. Does Kevin de León have any pets?

Yes. He is a dog lover and has a pet dog named Popeye.

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