Greg Gutfeld Biography
Greg Gutfeld is an American television personality, producer, political pundit, author, and comedian. He is among five co-hosts and panelists on Fox News Channel’s political chat show The Five. He presents the late-night talk show The Greg Gutfeld Show. From 2007 through 2015, Gutfeld hosted “Red Eye,” a late-night chat show that aired on Fox News Channel.
How old is Greg Gutfeld? – Age
Gregory John Gutfeld was born in San Mateo, California on September 12, 1964. He is 57 years old.
Where did Greg Gutfeld go to school? – Education
He went to Junipero Serra High School and the University of California, Berkeley, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in English in 1987.
Greg Gutfeld – Family
Jacqueline Bernice “Jackie” Gutfeld and Alfred Jack Gutfeld are his parents.
Elena Moussa, Gutfeld’s wife, was born on May 4, 1982, and is a fashion designer, journalist, and model.
Gutfeld’s Weight Loss
On March 12, 2020, he disclosed on Twitter that he had lost 15 pounds since the pandemic began. He also credited his weight loss to “peloton, paleo, and pinot,” a reference to his Peloton Bike, a paleo diet, and a glass of wine.
What is Greg Gutfeld Salary?
He is paid $7.6 million each year.
Greg Gutfeld Net Worth
His net worth is predicted to be $13 million.
Greg Gutfeld Career
Gutfeld interned at The American Spectator after college for conservative writer R. Emmett Tyrrell. He then worked for Prevention magazine as a staff writer and as an editor for various Rodale Press products. He became a staff writer for Men’s Health in 1995. He was named editor-in-chief of Men’s Health in 1999. A year later, David Zinczenko took his place.
Gutfeld went on to become the editor-in-chief of Stuff, a Dennis Publishing publication at the time. During his reign, circulation climbed from 750,000 to 1.2 million.
In 2003, Gutfeld paid six dwarfs to attend a Conference of Magazine Publishers of America on the issue of “buzz,” with the direction to be as noisy and irritating as possible. Gutfeld was promptly fired after the act gained notoriety; he later became the chief of “brain development” at Dennis Publishing. He was the editor of the company’s Maxim magazine in the United Kingdom from 2004 to 2006. Due to declining readership throughout Gutfeld’s term, his contract was not renewed.
Gutfeld was one of the initial posting authors to The Huffington Post from its founding in 2005 to October 2008. Deepak Chopra, Cenk Uygur, and Arianna Huffington, all of whom work for the Huffington Post, were frequent targets of his criticism.
The Greg Gutfeld Show, which premieres on Saturday evenings at 10:00 p.m. ET, is his show. The show is a blend of political satire, comedy, and current-events discussion. Gutfeld interviews two guests, who are frequently comedians, political analysts, or Fox News figures, as well as show regulars Katherine “Kat” Timpf and Tyrus, in a format similar to traditional late-night talk shows.
Gutfeld’s monologue, which is frequently sarcastic or simply criticizing current events, usually kicks off the show. He then introduces his visitors. They have a lighthearted discussion of the week’s subjects, emphasizing humor above serious political debate.