Greg Gutfeld

Greg Gutfeld Net Worth 2022, Salary, Cars, Career, Personal Life !

Gregory John Gutfeld, better known by his full name Greg Gutfeld, was born in the United States on September 12, 1964. He is a comedian, television personality, political analyst, and author. He is the host of the late-night talk show Gutfeld! and formerly served as the Saturday night host of The Greg Gutfeld Show from May 2015 until March 2021, when it was announced that the program would switch to weeknights.

Additionally, Gutfeld serves as one of the five panelists and co-hosts on the political talk show The Five. Fox News Channel airs both of his programs. From 2007 to 2015, Gutfeld served as the host of the 3 a.m. series Red Eye, a late-night chat program that was simultaneously shown on the Fox News Channel. Gutfeld has a height of 1.79 meters on average (5 feet 9 inches). As soon as the information is available, his weight, hair colour, eye color, chest size, waist size, and shoe size will be updated.

What is Greg Gutfeld Net Worth and Salary?

Greg Gutfeld is an American TV personality and writer who has a net worth of $13 million dollars. Gutfeld is best known for hosting “The Greg Gutfeld Show” on Fox News, and he previously hosted “Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld,” which aired more than 1,800 episodes between 2015 and 2017. Greg has also written nine books, and four of them were “New York Times” Best Sellers.

Greg Gutfeld Early Life

Greg Gutfeld was born Gregory Gutfeld on September 12, 1964, in San Mateo, California. He grew up in a Roman Catholic household with his mother Jacqueline, father Alfred, and sisters Christine, Jeanne, and Leslie. Greg studied at Junipero Serra High School and graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a B.A. in English in 1987.

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Greg Gutfeld Career

After graduating from college, Gutfeld began an internship at the conservative magazine “The American Spectator” and later landed a job as a staff writer for “Prevention.” Greg later moved to Emmaus, Pennsylvania, and worked as an editor at several Rodale Press magazines. He began writing for “Men’s Health” in 1995 and became editor-in-chief in 1999 but was replaced the following year. Gutfeld later took on editor-in-chief duties at “Stuff” magazine, and the publication’s circulation increased to 1.2 million, up from 750,000. However, Greg was fired after a 2003 stunt where he sent dwarves to the Magazine Publishers of America conference, instructing them to be loud and irritating.

Greg Gutfeld

After his dismissal from “Stuff,” Gutfeld was hired by Dennis Publishing, serving as their head of “brain development” and editing “Maxim U.K.” from 2004 to 2006; his contract was not renewed since the magazine lost readers during that period. Greg contributed to “The Huffington Post” from 2005 to 2008, using sarcasm to target colleagues such as Deepak Chopra and Arianna Huffington. Gutfeld began hosting the late-night program “Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld” on the Fox News Channel in 2007, and he became a co-host and panelist on another Fox News show, “The Five,” in 2011. In February 2015, Greg left “Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld” and began hosting “The Greg Gutfeld Show” (also on Fox News) a few months later.

Ratings

According to Nielsen figures released in May 2020, The Greg Gutfeld Show averaged 2.862 million viewers over the course of four episodes. He had defeated Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon, and Jimmy Kimmel at that level. It should be noted that Greg’s show only aired once a week as opposed to the other hosts’ four weekly broadcasts. One can contend that a weekly broadcast would inherently have higher ratings because it is uncommon. Still, it was a remarkable achievement. Greg was so remarkable that President Donald Trump tweeted in support of him without asking:

“Wow! Greetings to Greg Gutfeld, a former Trump hater who has returned home. His ratings considerably outperformed those of untalented Jimmy Fallon, kind guy Stephen Colberg, and zany Jimmy Kimmel, who came in last. Greg started from scratch and did a fantastic job creating his show.”

Personal Life

After dating Elena Moussa for five months, Greg wed her in December 2014. Russian-born Elena, a former model, met Gutfeld in London while she was working as a picture editor for “Maxim Russia” and he was employed for “Maxim U.K.” Greg has stated that he is now a “agnostic atheist,” despite having been raised as a Roman Catholic. According to Gutfeld, he was a conservative in college until switching to libertarianism.

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