Brian Kilmeade Biography
Brian Kilmeade is a Fox News political commentator and television and radio host in the United States. On weekdays, he co-hosts Fox’s morning show, Fox & Friends, and he hosts The Brian Kilmeade Show on Fox News Radio. He has written or co-written nonfiction and fiction books.
How old is Brian Kilmeade? – Age
He is 57 years old as of 7 May 2021. He was born in 1964 in New York, New York, United States.
Who is Brian Kilmeade Wife? – Family
He is married to Dawn Kilmeade (née DeGaetano), and they have three children: Brian Kilmeade, Kirstyn Kilmeade, and Kaitlyn Kilmeade.
Where did Brian Kilmeade attend college? – Education
Kilmeade attended LIU Post in Brookville, New York, after graduating from Massapequa High School in 1982. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1986.
What is Brian Kilmeades Salary?
When compared to CNN, ABC, CBS, and other national news organizations, Fox News anchors earn the most. The average annual salary for a FOX news anchor is $75,000, or $36 per hour. Fox news anchor salaries are higher than the national average of $58 thousand for all news anchors. He earns a salary of $4 Million.
Brian Kilmeades Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $8 Million.
Brian Kilmeades Height
Kilmeade stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.7 m).
Brian Kilmeades Career
His career began as a correspondent for Channel One News, a daily national high school television news program. Later in his career, he worked as an anchor and host for KHSL-TV in Ontario, California. On KLSD, an all-sports radio network, he co-hosted The Jim Brown Show. Kilmeade worked alongside Jim Brown on the announcing team for the first Ultimate Fighting Championship event in 1993, conducting post-fight interviews. In 1994, he took over as the play-by-play announcer for UFC 2 and UFC 3.
Kilmeade began her career as a freelance sports anchor for WVIT (NBC) in Hartford, Connecticut in 1997. He worked as a sideline reporter for MSG’s Major League Soccer coverage, specifically for the MetroStars. Later, he worked as a feature reporter and anchor for NewSport, where he hosted NewSport Journal, the national sports network’s daily magazine show. Scoreboard Central, a live half-hour general sports program, was also hosted by him. He has ten years of experience as a stand-up comedian, according to his website biography.
In April 2006, he took over the Fox News Radio time slot of former Fox anchor Tony Snow, who had left the network to become the George W. Bush Administration’s White House Press Secretary. He is a regular anchor on FNC’s The Five, which airs nightly at 5 p.m. eastern. He co-hosts Fox and Friends, a cable morning television show, with Steve Doocy and Ainsley Earhardt since 1998. He also hosts The Brian Kilmeade Show on Fox News Radio and “What Made America Great” on Fox Nation.