Greg Gutfeld Biography
Greg Gutfeld is a television host, producer, political commentator, author, and comedian from the United States. He hosts the late-night talk show The Greg Gutfeld Show and is one of five co-hosts and panelists on the Fox News Channel’s political talk show The Five. Gutfeld hosted Red Eye, a late-night talk show that aired on Fox News Channel from 2007 to 2015.
How old is Greg Gutfeld? – Age
He is 56 years old as of 2020. He was born Gregory John Gutfeld on 12 September 1964 in San Mateo, California, United States.
Greg Gutfeld Family
Gutfeld is the son of Jacqueline Bernice “Jackie” (née Cauhape) and Alfred Jack Gutfeld.
Greg Gutfeld Wife
Gutfeld’s wife Elena Moussa, is a fashion designer, journalist, modelborn on 4 May 1982.
Greg Gutfeld House
Greg and his wife in their home in in New York City.
Greg Gutfeld Weight Loss
He tweeted a post on March 12, 2020 in which he revealed that he had lost 15 pounds since the pandemic began. In addition, he stated that he owes his weight loss to the “peloton, paleo, and pinot,” referring to his Peloton Bike, a paleo diet, and some wine.
Where is the Greg Gutfeld show filmed? – Show
He is the host of The Greg Gutfeld Show, on Saturday evenings at 10:00 p.m. ET. The show is a mix of political satire, comedy, and discussion about current events. The format is similar to that of traditional late-night talk shows, with Gutfeld interviewing two guests, who are usually comedians, political commentators, or Fox News personalities, as well as show regulars Katherine “Kat” Timpf and Tyrus.
The show usually starts with Gutfeld delivering a monologue, which is usually satirical or simply mocking current events. After that, he introduces his guests. They discuss the week’s topics in a lighthearted manner, emphasizing humor over rigorous political debate.
Greg Gutfeld Net Worth
He earns a salary of $7 Million. He has an estimated net worth of $13 Million.
Greg Gutfeld Career
Gutfeld worked as an intern for conservative writer R. Emmett Tyrrell at The American Spectator after college. He later worked as a staff writer for Prevention magazine and as an editor for several Rodale Press publications. He joined Men’s Health as a staff writer in 1995. In 1999, he was named editor-in-chief of Men’s Health. David Zinczenko took his place a year later.
Gutfeld later became the editor-in-chief of Stuff, which was owned by Dennis Publishing at the time. Circulation increased from 750,000 to 1.2 million during his tenure.Gutfeld hired several dwarfs to attend a Magazine Publishers of America conference on the topic of “buzz” in 2003, with instructions to be as loud and annoying as possible. The stunt garnered attention, but Gutfeld was quickly fired; he later became the head of “brain development” at Dennis Publishing. From 2004 to 2006, he was the editor of the company’s Maxim magazine in the United Kingdom. Gutfeld’s contract expired without renewal due to readership losses during his tenure.
From its inception in 2005 until October 2008, Gutfeld was one of the first posting contributors to The Huffington Post. Huffington Post colleagues Deepak Chopra, Cenk Uygur, and Arianna Huffington were frequent targets of his commentary.